SITUATION BRIEF:July 16th, 1945 - WW11 the United States exploded it's first experimental Atomic bomb by Dr Robert Oppenheimer in the desert of Alamogordo, New Mexico. A Spy ring had infiltrated the super securest Manhattan Project as well as Britain and Canada labs, all in the hope win the race over Hitler's WunderWeapons
On that same day the heavy Cruiser th USS Indianapolis sailed from Mare Island in California on a super secret mission to deliver same atomic bomb component's to Tenian Island in the Marianas (South Pacific.The Indianapolis did not have sonar detection and traveled in a evasive zig zag manner and usually was accompanied by a protective squadron - suddenly it just so happens it was targeted by a surprise Japanese submarine and was hit directly by two torpedoes.
The USS Indianapolis, pictured in the above 1940s, was a Navy cruiser active in the Pacific theater during World War II. To this day, the tragedy that left 880 sailors and Marines dead is known as one of the worst disasters in U.S. Naval history. Only 316 survived
Largest shark attack in history was a 'physiological apocalypse' It was a feeding frenzy after this Japanese submarine torpedoed the USS Indianapolis on July 30, 1945. Some 900 American sailors were stranded in shark-infested waters, where tragically an estimated 50 men a day were ripped apart by the predators.
Swiss renowned Analyst/Psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung writes there "There is no such thing as coincidence."
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