Few People Know About The Missing Nuclear Bombs Hiding Somewhere Off The Coast Of New Jersey

The Cold War was a crazy time, with the world’s two largest superpowers at each other’s throats and in a constant battle for military supremacy. That led to the design of powerful nuclear weapons and delivery system – and it was often a game of high-stakes trial and error. Planes were transporting the most powerful weapons in the world, and there were a surprising number of early mishaps. Called “Broken Arrow” incidents, they referred to any incident where a nuclear bomb was accidentally fired, detonated, damaged – or just lost. And that last one is exactly what happened off the New Jersey seashore in 1957, resulting in two missing nuclear bombs off New Jersey. And almost seventy years later, their whereabouts are still unknown.

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