What Happened to the US Submarine Lost in the Atlantic?

Monday at 10pm EST Rudy and I will dive into more mysteries. This one is an interesting story, and another of Rudy's as you can hear in the voiceover. The USS Scorpion, a United States Skipjack-class submarine, never made it back home as expected. Rudy, myself, and our experts dive in to examine the story of the USS Scorpion, what happened to it, and why.


I'd like to note that this Monday is the SEASON FINALE of this little project I was given the opportunity to be a part of. There will be two episodes back-to-back, so expect another sneak peek tomorrow at a story from Episode 6. So far, I think it's been a fantastic opportunity to tell stories that if we don't, might get lost to time. It's not unlike what we do here at Funker. I'd love to continue to work on these projects at History, but I need you to turn every TV on you can find that has live 'cable' (it can be a streaming service that is showing live TV) and slap that bad boy on the History Channel NLT Monday at 2155. Please and thank you. Love you all.


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Ronnie Adkins

Ronnie is a US Army Intelligence and Information Operations veteran. He deployed twice to Afghanistan, first as a driver, and second with the 75th Ranger Regiment as an Information Operations Chief. Ronnie is a full-time content creator on the Funker530 platform, as well as his own YouTube channel. Follow Ronnie's work at RonnieAdkins.com

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Monday at 10pm EST Rudy and I will dive into more mysteries. This one is an interesting story, and another of Rudy's as you can hear in the voiceover. The USS Scorpion, a United States Skipjack-class submarine, never made it back home as expected. Rudy, myself, and our experts dive in to examine the story of the USS Scorpion, what happened to it, and why.


I'd like to note that this Monday is the SEASON FINALE of this little project I was given the opportunity to be a part of. There will be two episodes back-to-back, so expect another sneak peek tomorrow at a story from Episode 6. So far, I think it's been a fantastic opportunity to tell stories that if we don't, might get lost to time. It's not unlike what we do here at Funker. I'd love to continue to work on these projects at History, but I need you to turn every TV on you can find that has live 'cable' (it can be a streaming service that is showing live TV) and slap that bad boy on the History Channel NLT Monday at 2155. Please and thank you. Love you all.


Click Here for How to Watch Military Mysteries

About the Author

Author's Photo

Ronnie Adkins

Ronnie is a US Army Intelligence and Information Operations veteran. He deployed twice to Afghanistan, first as a driver, and second with the 75th Ranger Regiment as an Information Operations Chief. Ronnie is a full-time content creator on the Funker530 platform, as well as his own YouTube channel. Follow Ronnie's work at RonnieAdkins.com

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