Not Only is The Java-Bali Bridge Rejected, The North Bali Sea Also Holds Scary and Haunted Facts
RADAR TEGAL - The rejection of the construction of the Java-Bali bridge is not only based on the Dahyang Sidhimantra mythology. But the awesomeness of the North Sea in Bali is still a mystery.
Approximately 2 years and 2 months ago, two ships crashed and sank in the waters around the Island of the Gods. 61 passengers, 53 of whom were Indonesian Navy soldiers, died at the bottom of the North Bali Sea.
The first incident was the sinking of the KRI Nanggala 402 submarine, Sunday 25 April 2021. In the waters around the North Sea in Bali, the entire crew of the KRI Nanggala 402, totaling 53 Indonesian Navy personnel, died.
KRI Nanggala 402 lost contact on Wednesday, April 21 2021. At that time, the second submarine, the Cakra Class Submarine Type 209/1300, was carrying out torpedo firing exercises in the waters around the North Sea of Bali.
KRI Nanggala 402 was then declared sunk on Saturday, April 24 2021. KRI Nanggala 402 failed to report its status about 95 km (51 nautical miles) from the crime scene.
The Indonesian Navy stated this after debris was found which was thought to have come from the Indonesian Navy's submarine. The debris is thought to have come from the KRI Nanggala, because it was found only 10 nautical miles from the last point of contact.
Even though at the same time there were no other ships in the area. Meanwhile, the second incident was the sinking of the Motor Ship (KM) Liberty 1, which sank after being hit by a storm.
The North Bali Sea is known to have strong currents
In the motorboat sinking incident, 7 crew members (ABK) survived and 8 other people were declared dead. This number is after the 7 crew members who disappeared in the incident were declared dead.
This incident seemed to bring back the story of the horror of the North Sea in Bali. Moreover, the location where KM Liberty 1 sank in North Bali waters was apparently close to the disappearance of KRI Nanggala 402.
From these two incidents, a total of 7 survivors and 61 died. Two incidents of ship sinking in nearby locations have begun to raise suspicions about the condition of these waters.
Various sources say that in the North Bali Sea there is a crater at a depth of 839 meters, with a diameter of approximately 38 meters. The crater is 10 to 15 meters deep.