Baltimore-bound USS Cyclops vanished 100 years ago. Its fate remains a mystery
One hundred years ago today, the USS Cyclops was due to steam into Baltimore and dock at present day Port Covington. The ship still hasn’t shown up. Its eerie absence has given rise to one of the enduring mysteries of the U.S. Navy.
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NFL DRAFT ANALYSIS
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