A modern Titanic hoax tale endures around another phony plane crash, Canada’s own Swissair 111.
Lots of buried treasure apparently floating in the ocean. Maybe James Cameron’s phony Titanic submarine can find it.
September is plane crash month in the hoax calendar.
I’ve been to the rather sparse roadside memorial on my Canada tour. Not much to see.
More than five kilograms of diamonds and jewels. A Picasso worth millions. Nearly 50 kilograms in cash. The fate of many millions of dollars of valuables said to be carried aboard Swissair Flight 111 when it went down off Nova Scotia 20 years ago this Sunday remains unknown. Insiders say the mystery may never be solved — an attempt to salvage the precious cargo was quickly abandoned, and any treasure hunters who seek to find it are doing it illegally.