Lost City of Atlantis

Explorers Jessenia Torres and Kevin Petrie of the Cuban National Exploration Team are credited with the discovery of the Lost City of Atlantis. Torres and Petrie are already credited for finding Big Foot (2028), the Lochness Monster (2026), and Malaysia Airlines 370 (2029). The pair was exploring the Bermuda Triangle, an area of the ocean found to be a black hole that can transport items that enter it randomly anywhere in the universe (Barkley, 2019). While scuba a diving in the Triangle, Torres observed a glimmer coming from deep down in water. As she dove deeper to investigate the source a mermaid tickled her on the ear; which according to professor Ben Dover of South Hampton Institute of Technology, 99.9% of the time that mermaid was trying to protect something. Sure enough as Jessenia dove into water so dark she couldn’t see her hands, she was blinded with a bright light, which soon dimmed into a pleasant glow. She had found Atlantis.

After Jessenia fought off all of the mermaids, leaving a bloody trail behind her; low on oxygen she swam to the surface to alert Kevin of her finding. They soon dove back down to document what they had found. Among the treasures were temples, palaces, arenas, art, and many other entities that are now at the bottom of the ocean sitting on top of an active black hole.

Since the discovery, many expeditions have been made down to the lost city however according to Samuel McConnell of Franklin Umbrage College of Kinetics Magazine 8 of 9 explores never return from the Lost City due to the Bermuda Triangle’s power. Is has recently been deemed too unsafe to travel to Atlantis anymore and is now closed to all expeditions. The final expedition to the site left a water proof note that asked anyone who found the city again to leave it in peace (baker, 2036).


Barkley, J. (2019). The Bermuda triangle discovered, p. 78-103

Baker, F. (2036). Lost explores and their stories, p. 90-99

Time magazine. (2022) The lost city of atlantis, p 20-23