The Simpsons Seem To Have Predicted The OceanGate Titan Submarine Disappearance Back In 2006


Alright, I’m fully convinced now this ain’t a coincidence…

The Simpsons know something we don’t.

Over the years, the show has accurately predicted major events such as the death of Queen Elizabeth II, 9/11, Tom Hanks being featured on a presidential campaign ad, Donald Trump running for president in 2024, and much, much more.

It’s actually kinda freaky.

The Super Bowl, Siegfried and Roy tiger attack, auto-correct, smart watches, Ebola, the United States winning a gold medal in curling, Lady Gaga, Game of Thrones, Kamala Harris’ Inauguration Day outfit, and the list doesn’t even come close to ending there.

With that being said, The Simpsons may have predicted yet another major event that’s occurred recently…

And I’m talking about the OceanGate submarine disappearance.

Incase you’ve been living under a rock, a group of billionaires and explorers took a trip in the OceanGate submarine to explore the ruins of the Titanic this past Sunday. Then, the submersible seemingly disappeared off the face of the planet.

There has been a massive search for it over the past week, and unless the submarine and passengers are discovered ASAP, and are able to be rescued, those inside will have officially passed away after running out of oxygen.

And now, it turns out The Simpsons may have predicted all of this.

According to the New York Post, the show originally aired back in 2006, and it featured Homer Simpson’s long lost father, Mason Fairbanks, as he gave a deep speech before going underwater to explore with his son in a submarine.

Fairbanks says:

“Today I am filled with joy. Searching for treasure with my long-lost son. My dream for each of you is that you find the happiness I feel today.”

As they’re underwater, they come across the remains of a large ship filled with treasure.

Simpson radios his friends to tell them about the treasure, but proceeds to accidentally get the submarine stuck in a portion of the barrier reef.

He begins to panic, and tries to wrench himself free as the “low oxygen” light begins to flash, before he goes into a coma.

Luckily, Homer awakens three days later and is surrounded by his family.

So I guess my question is… what kind of voodoo are the creators of The Simpsons using?

Here’s the full clip:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock