Was Sulphur Queen a Bermuda Triangle victim?

Mrs. Adam Martin kissed her husband goodbye and watched him walk up the gangway of the S.S. Marine Sulphur Queen.
She could have left Beaumont then for their home in Austin, but she stayed on the wharf as the molten Sulphur-laden tanker moved down the Neches River for the Gulf of Mexico.
One of the ship’s assistant engineers, her husband, would be gone less than two weeks. Leaving Beaumont Feb. 2, 1963, the Sulphur Queen would

 

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