We all are aware of planes to disappear, though, there is usually evidence of what probably happens during those events to indicate that the plane has crashed — debris, luggage, or, at a minimum, records of the pilot radioing for help. But do we have ever heard that a plane set off from one place to another & disappears with nothing left behind? No, reports of distress, not even the poor weather conditions to blame on. Then one thing that comes in our mind is the Bermuda Triangle. Perhaps the most famous of these incidences are of the Bermuda Triangle, the legendary vortex where aircraft and ships seem to vanish without a trace.
But what if I tell you that a disappeared plane landed successfully after too many years?
On September 4, 1954, Santiago Airlines Flight 513 departed from Aachen, West Germany, destined for Porto Alegre, Brazil. The flight should have taken around 18 hours, but it took 35 years. On October 12, 1989, without any contact with air traffic controllers, Santiago Flight 513 was spotted circling the Porto Alegre airport, where it eventually made a successful landing.
It was expected that Santiago Flight 513 would go the way of the unexplained vanishing aircraft — after all, no one expects an airplane to land after 35 years of missing. And it too disappeared without a trace, devoid of any communication with airport bases and showing no signs of distress.
On this particular fateful trip in early September 1954, the flight took off with 88 passengers and four crew members. There was nothing abnormal about the aircraft, the crew, or the passengers. When it went missing over the Atlantic Ocean, emergency search and rescue teams scoured the area, but to no avail, eventually giving up the aircraft and everyone aboard for the lost.
When Santigo Flight 513 was spotted clinging the Porto Alegre airport, at first, authorities warned its pilot why he had flown in without connecting to authorities. But eventually, the flight made a successful landing. After landing on the plane when officers approached the aircraft and took note of its age, they were baffled to discover that it belonged to Santiago Airlines, an airline that had shut its doors in 1956. Upon opening the doors, authorities found something still more shocking: the skeletons of 92 people, buckled into their seats. The skeletal body of Captain Miguel Victor Cury was found in his pilot’s seat, hands on the controls, with the engine still humming.
The Brazil Government refused to give any explanations even after the investigation of this incident.
Dr. Celso Atello, a paranormal researcher, was speculating that the government is hiding concrete evidence that wormholes exist, and the plane lost for more than three decades. Dr. Atello said, “It piloted by the skeleton of its captain and all the crew, and passengers were dead too. Officers don’t want to discuss explanations. But they cannot deny that this airplane has defied the laws of space and time. And God only knows how a skeleton managed to land it.”
Perhaps the wormhole theory describes the disappearance and reappearance of Santiago Flight 513 more accurately than other incidences, though, since the flight returned more than three decades later. Most disappearances never resolved.
But it still doesn’t make sense why the plane found with skeletons — and it’s a bizarre point, nobody can explain.