A port view of the Soviet Yankee class nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine that was damaged by an internal liquid missile propellant explosion. Three days later the ship sank in 18,000 feet of water.

For all the myths and stories that have sprung from the sea, fantastical tales of monsters and mermaids, there remain those that make no allusions to metaphor, whose place is not for the pages of the poet or the psychologists couch but exist merely as a matter of record.
Stories of hidden worlds and unknown creatures that may yet prove to be beyond our wildest imaginations…
Featuring the mysterious K-219 incident.

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Written by JuneauTek

Commercial Fishing Along The Pacific West Coast

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