Submarine Disasters | 1998
Details the cat-and-mouse games played by the U.S. and Soviet submarines off enemy coastlines during the Cold War. The first hour tells the story of the K-219, a sinking Soviet submarine that faced a nuclear meltdown off the coast of Bermuda in 1986 under circumstances that are still unknown. The second hour tells the stories of the U.S.S. Scorpion and the K-129, American and Soviet nuclear subs that went down in separate incidents at the height of the Cold War.