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Back in 2006 The Simpsons Cartoon predicted the disappearance of a submarine

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The disappearance of OceanGate Expeditions’ Titan submersible has sparked worldwide speculation. The search for the missing submarine continues, and new questions have arisen as a result of the investigation. This is, without a doubt, a tragic situation. The astounding news is that “The Simpsons” foresaw the missing Titanic submarine tragedy back in 2006, and the rest of the world is baffled. Let’s look into it.

Back in 2006, The Simpsons Cartoon predicted the disappearance of a submarine

Many fans allege that the terrible tragedy was anticipated by the cartoon program back in 2006 in one of the episodes made by Mike Reiss, who himself took a ride in the missing Oceangate sub. The famous cartoon episode accurately depicted Homer Simpson’s long-lost father Mason Fairbanks giving a speech about their objective before embarking on their adventure. He commented before diving deep into the ocean with Mason:

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At the end of the episode, a low-oxygen light appears on the screen, and Homer begins to lose consciousness. As a result, he wakes up at the hospital after being in a coma for three days, surrounded by his family.

 

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