Mysterious Triangle on Earth

Planes & Boats Missing Without A Trace

Bermuda Triangle

The Bermuda Triangle, which is also called the Devil Triangle, is an area in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean. Writers give different boundaries to the triangle, with the total area varying from 500,000 to 1.5 million square miles.

History Of Bemuda Triangle

The earliest claim of the unusual disappearances in the Bermuda area appeared in September 16, 1950. Since then, planes and boats have been reported missing.Planes and boats missing: Flight 19, Ellen Austin, USS Cyclops, Star Tiger & Star Ariel, Douglas DC-3, KC-135 Stratotankers, Connemara IV & Carroll A. Deering.

Explanations for the loss

Some people say it may be because of human errors. Some says the pilot did not fill the fuel tank to the brim and others thinks that it is because of harsh weathers. Scientists still have not come to a conclusion on how the planes and boats are vanished into thin air.

How the planes & boats disappear.

Actually no one knows how they disappear as they just vanish without any trace. So, rumors stated that they were captured by aliens or the planes "flew to Mars".

Video About Bemuda Triangle

On 5th December, Flight 19, which is five routine bomber planes mysteriously disappeared. Their last words were: " Everything looks different, the water is green instead of clear water. Our fuel tank is running low, losing connection." Since then, they were uncontactable. After the last words, the Lieutenant sent planes to look for them but to no avail. The search was difficult, in the end they gave up the search and rumours have been going around about the Bemuda Triangle. 
Bermuda Triangle: what happened to Flight 19? - BBC

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