Skylight Group founder and Manhattan CEO Jennifer Blumin goes missing along with her two children under mysterious circumstances.

Jennifer Blumin is the CEO of Skylight Group. The company makes over historical sites for high end events.

On May 15 Blumin, her two children, and a pilot by the name of Nathan Ulrich were flying to Florida on a small twin-engine plane.

However, air traffic control lost contact with them on May 16. Experts reveal that the craft was 37 miles east of Eleuthera at that time.

Since then, the U.S Coast Guard has discovered what is described as a “debris field” in the Bermuda Triangle.

Manhattan CEO Jennifer Blumin goes missing because of Devil’s Triangle?

So common are the cases of mysterious disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle, that it’s popular name is the Devil’s Triangle.

Yet, there is no real evidence that anything otherworldly is behind the disappearance of numerous planes and ships.

In fact, it is a popular route that private and commercial vehicles frequent.

Nonetheless, the Coast Guard has mentioned no theories as to the cause of the plane’s disappearance.

It is currently examining objects taken from the debris field in an effort to try and identify them.

A statement from a company spokesperson sums up the current situation:

“We can confirm that the plane carrying Jennifer Blumin and members of her family has gone missing after taking off from Puerto Rico yesterday.

Her family is working with investigators and we politely ask that you respect their privacy at this time.”

Furthermore, an official from the National Transportation Safety Board issued this recent update:

“We are currently monitoring the case and coordinating with the Coast Guard and Civil Air Patrol.”

Thus, the investigation for possible survivors is ongoing.

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