Monty Halls' Dive Mysteries: The Curse of The Blue Hole | History Documentary | Reel Truth History

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Marine biologist Monty Halls is on a mystery to solve some of the greatest mysteries in the world of diving. In this episode, Monty visits the most dangerous dive site on Earth, The Blue Hole on Egypt's Red Sea coast to try and discover why it has taken the lives of so many divers.

Under the surface of every body of water on earth there lurks a mystery or blood curdling legend – a tale of lost treasure, deadly curse, ghost ship or ancient civilisation. In this series Monty Halls goes in search of the real story behind the worlds greatest underwater mysteries, pushing the safety limits on truly dangerous dives backed up by cutting edge camera technology. Advances in technical diving and multi-scan mapping tools mean that these sites can be revealed as never before, all Monty needs to do is launch the expedition for the exploration to begin. This is true Indiana Jones diving wrapped around gripping detective stories set against the backdrop of some of the most beautiful and mysterious locations on earth.



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Who else just got sucked into the video and the next thing you knew 43 minutes passed by

Author — Brock Jones

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Me: "I'll just watch 5 minutes."
*43 Minutes later*
Me: "Well that was interesting."

Author — samg10018

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I get scared and nervous just playing Subnauica.

Author — Kyle Janson

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I was lucky to feel what nitrogen narcosis is like at 33m underwater. I knew my depth, how much air I had and I felt fine. My dive instructor asked me to solve a math problem on his slate and I couldn't figure out what he was asking and then he asked me what the last letters of the alphabet are. I just kept repeating ABC in my head. I literally forgot the letter D. It came back to me after going up just a few meters. It's not a surprise these guys die when they're going twice the depth I was at. It was the literally the most humbling moment of my life. You can read about it or watch a video like this but until you experience it, you think it's not that bad.

Author — Horacio L

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This should be a required vid for open water and cave diving

Author — Cory Thomas

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Him : talks about the dangers of the arch and how many people died for 30 min

Also him: “I’ll have to dive the arch myself to see what it’s about”

Author — MTM Bunnys

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The russian on yuri's grave means "you will always be with us" -Mom 😭😭😭

Author — Sus Man

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Imma stick to my reefs in Florida, I only have to worry about crackheads out here.

Author — Dewey

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So I’ve only been diving once; however, little life hack that I was taught...if you get disoriented follow the bubbles up. Bubbles do not go down...they always go up.

Author — Josiah Hay

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Red Sea, Blue hole. There's your answer: they're opposites on the colour spectrum and obviously that conflict has caused some sort of time/space glitch of nature.

Author — Yul Hubbart

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Who else came here after watching the " THE LAST DIVE OF DAVID SHAW ".

Author — Isaac caleb

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did they just throw a girl into the water for this video ?! lol

Author — Eagles Em

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At my last dive at the red sea i went to 35meters and this was enough for me - it's getting dark, the colors are gone and no colorful reef at all, so why i should go deeper.

Author — My Opinion

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My bathtub limit of less than a meter is enough for me, thank you. Great documetary

Author — ÆØÅ

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Fishes be like: "How do these PeoPle Die.."

Author — Undercover Gamer

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I don’t dive.
I don’t like swimming
I don’t watch documentaries
*This was an exception.*

Author — bt

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Yes and It's a lot more men who dives aswell and also if you lok at how many men who have died diving there per capita vs women you wil see thats Its no differense what so ever.

Author — Kurt Knas

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Me reading comments :" I can't believe people would fall to watch this for 43 minutes."
43 Minutes later
Me: "Now i believe."

Author — colab pampam

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8:34 WTF Karl Marx died in the blue hole?!

Author — Joaquín Solís

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I’ll never forget the feeling of swimming over my first ledge. Even with a decent dive history it’s an eerie feeling looking into a true abyss thousands of feet deep. Takes your breathe away for a second

Author — AJ