The Strange Triangle

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The Bermuda Triangle

The "Bermuda Triangle" or also known as The "Devil's Triangle" is an imaginary area located at the southeast of the Atlantic ocean, which is noted for a high number of unexplained disappearances of ships and aircraft. The corners of the triangle are generally believed to be Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico. The US Board of Geographic Names does not recognize the Bermuda Triangle as an official name and the US Navy does not believe the Bermuda Triangle exists.

Reason for disappearances

Some theorists believe that the strange, unexplainable nature of these disappearances points to UFOs and abductions by extraterrestrial beings. These occurrences first happened at the beginning of the UFO era, and it's thought that while in flight or on the boats, the UFOs come in and disorient the pilots and passengers, and then take the entire flight or boat into their crafts and fly off. The best evidence of this is the pilot of Flight 19's strange comment, "we're entering white water..." which can't be explained by storms, as it was a clear day.
The Lost City of Atlantis has long been considered a myth by most westerners who have heard of it, but some believe that Atlantis used to exist where the Bermuda Triangle is currently located, and that some left over technology deep beneath the sea is interfering with the planes and boats and causing them to crash or sink. Some believe that the Bimini Road, which was discovered in 1968 underwater off the coast of Bimini in the Bahamas, is actually a road leading from the Bahamas to the former Atlantis, which is now resting under the sea.
Some believe that the strange disappearances point to odd physical properties somewhere within the Bermuda Triangle itself, suggesting that perhaps, somewhere, there is an element not currently understood by man, that causes certain laws of physics to change within the triangle. It could, possibly, be a theoretical wormhole that transports those that pass through it to a different time and place in the universe.
Some have stated that because of the particularly rough weather going through the Bermuda Triangle, that it's possible that quick storms were whipped up that knocked planes out of the sky or sank ships without warning. Perhaps because of the quick nature of these events, the crashes and sinking took place quickly, disappearing underneath the service before a rescue party could be scrambled.

Flight 19

Bermuda Triangle: what happened to Flight 19? - BBC