The Bermuda Triangle

Also known as "The Devil's Triangle"


It is located at the International Waters, The Bahama, and its status is Urban Legend. Its three corners are Miami, Bermuda and Puerto Rico.


In the Bermuda Triangle, there is a very strong magnetic field that allows ships, airplanes or others to sink. We don’t know how true that is but Christopher Columbus, a survivor of the Bermuda Triangle, saw strange lights in the sky. His compass went “crazy” but he survived. Many people believed that it was because his ship was made of wood. Now, if people go there with a ship made of steel or some metallic, they either sink or disappear. There are so many questions yet to be answered.


Since the disappearance of the first plane, Flight 19, more than 50 ships and 20 planes have gone down in the Bermuda Triangle within the last century.


A number of aircraft and surface vessels are said to have disappeared in the triangle under unknown circumstances. Popular culture has attributed various disappearances to the paranormal or activity by extraterrestrial beings. Documented evidence indicates that a significant percentage of the incidents were spurious, inaccurately reported, or embellished by later authors. Contrary to popular belief, insurance companies do not charge higher premiums for shipping in this area.


Some people assume that there are evil extraterrestrials, portals to the forth dimension, strage magnetic force, pirates and even giant squids.


Investigators and researchers suspect Mother Nature to be the main culprit. Researchers claim that hurricanes, giant waves and strong currents coupled the fact that Bermuda Triangle has one of the deepest underwater trenches in the world, making the place a navigational nightmare.


Bermuda Triangle: what happened to Flight 19? - BBC

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