Twist In OceanGate Drama Over What Did Officials Know & When Did They Know It


For the better part of a week, the world watched as the Coast Guard, research vessels, and the Navy frantically search for the OceanGate submersible Titan.

Five men were traveling in the Titan to see the Titanic wreck when it disappeared a few hours into the excursion.

Stockton Rush, the 61-year-old CEO of OceanGate, British-Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood, 48, and his son Suleman, 19, and British businessman Hamish Harding, 58 and Paul-Henry Nargeolet, 77, and renowned explorer were aboard.

However, following the discovery of debris on June 22, 2023, four days after the world learned of the submersible’s disappearance some new information has come forward.

It has now been reported by multiple news outlets that the US Navy heard what they thought was the implosion of the titan just hours after the dive began.

From the Wall Street Journal:

The “anomaly consistent with an implosion or explosion” was heard by a secret military acoustic detection system the Navy uses to track down enemy submarines, according to officials.

The sound was picked up just hours after the submersible began its dive Sunday and came from a location within the vicinity of where the submersible was when communications went down between the sub and a vessel on the surface.

The Navy began listening for the submersible as soon as it lost its signal five days ago, and shortly thereafter observed the sound.

So for days officials spread the news there was tapping and they were unsure but all along at least somebody already knew what happened.

It’s funny that the White House didn’t release the information until after the IRS whistleblower went public.

Credit is due to Congressman Dan Crenshaw, former Navy SEAL, who sniffed this out days ago.