The Bermuda Triangle: Into Cursed Waters “Pirates in the Caribbean” S2E8 January 16 2024 on History

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On Tuesday January 16 2024, History broadcasts an episode of the series The Bermuda Triangle: Into Cursed Waters!

Pirates in the Caribbean Season 2 Episode 8 Episode Summary

In this episode of “The Bermuda Triangle: Into Cursed Waters” on History, titled “Pirates in the Caribbean,” viewers are in for a riveting exploration as the team delves into the mysterious case of a missing luxury boat named the Saba Bank. Lost in the vicinity of the infamous Bermuda Triangle in 1974, this particular incident has long been associated with the enigmatic and allegedly cursed waters of the Bermuda Triangle. However, new leads have surfaced, hinting at even deadlier forces potentially responsible for the disappearance.

As the team tackles this twisted case, the episode promises to unravel the layers of intrigue surrounding the Saba Bank and its vanishing act. Viewers can anticipate a meticulous investigation, with the team examining fresh leads and shedding light on the possibility of forces beyond the conventional Bermuda Triangle theories being at play.

What Time is the “Pirates in the Caribbean” Episode On?

The Pirates in the Caribbean episode of The Bermuda Triangle: Into Cursed Waters will be broadcast on January 16 2024 on History at 10:03 PM at ET/PT.

Is the “Pirates in the Caribbean” Episode New?

The Pirates in the Caribbean episode of The Bermuda Triangle: Into Cursed Waters is all new!

The Bermuda Triangle: Into Cursed Waters Pirates in the Caribbean Cast & Stars

Main Cast
Mike Barnette
David O’Keefe
Wayne Abbott
Jason Harris
Jimmy Gadomski

Pirates in the Caribbean Episode Videos & Previews


Watch The Bermuda Triangle: Into Cursed Waters Pirates in the Caribbean Online

The Bermuda Triangle: Into Cursed Waters Series Information

An elite team investigates the Bermuda Triangle with the aid of a map marking the location of unidentified undersea wrecks and anomalies; evaluating theories like rogue waves, giant methane bubbles and dead zones that bewilder equipment and planes.

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