Georgia’s sandy costal shallows hide a deadly secret, a hydrogen bomb dumped by an American bomber over half a century ago in 1958 at Tybee Island. The bomb itself was very much nuclear capable and the military were never able to find it although Pentagon officials insist that the missing h-bomb posses no threat.
A spokesperson for the Pentagon has stated that they still believe the best course of action is to let this device sit wherever it is because it is currently not harming anybody or anything. But with the threat of nuclear terrorism after 9/11 some aren’t so sure.
To find the missing weapon of mass destruction which is just lurking on the seabed just miles from shore investigators have now turned to science for answers, scouring the depths determined to recover Americas lost h-bomb.