The Triangle In The Sea
6B'13 Amanda Lee
The Bermuda Triangle and it's location
Bermuda Triangle is reputedly an area in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean.
Does the Triangle really exist? Myth or Fact ?
According to the US Navy, it doesn't exist and the name is not recognized by the US Board on Geographic Names US Board on Geographic Names.
So, is it really true? Well, no one knows until further research.
Dissapearance Of Aircrafts and Ships
Many ships and aircrafts disapeared when they try to travel across the Triangle. For example, Flight 19 dissapeared on December 5, 1945 over the Atlantic. The flight was on training but never came back to base, back over a final 140-mile leg to complete the exercise. A pleasure yacht was found adrift in the Atlantic south of Bermuda on September 26, 1955; it is usually stated in the stories (Berlitz, Winer) that the crew vanished while the yacht survived being at sea during three hurricanes. The 1955 Atlantic Hurricane season shows Hurricane lone passing nearby between the 14th and 18th of that month, with Bermuda being affected by winds of almost gale force.Now, a question. Does it really exist or is the above stories really made up?Well, no one knows.
What exactly happen according to Flight 19?
Bermuda Triangle: what happened to Flight 19? - BBC
Beliefs Of The People
- Some people think that, the aircraft and Ships mysteriously vanish because of
- UFO ( Unidentified Flying Object )
- Explosions of the ships/aircraft
There is at least more than one way to find out about the Triangle. Moreover, it will take more advance technology to do so. Therefore, to find out the truth, we'll have to wait until someone finds out the answer.