Sample Essay on Bermuda Triangle:
The Bermuda Triangle is a strange and mysterious region in the south West Atlantic where people, ships, boats and air craft flying over it have presumably been sucked in to its stormy waters and /or disappeared. The apexes of this triangle have been widely disputed but generally thought to be Bermuda, Miami, Florida and San Juan, Puerto Rico. Also known as the devil’s triangle and covering an area of about 500000 miles, the region might have acquired such a name since Bermuda used to be known as “Isle of Devils”. A similar area in the Pacific, near the East Coast of Japan commonly referred to as the “the devil’s sea” is also thought to exist. Why Bermuda Triangle?
The need to undertake findings on the Bermuda triangle arose from what many journalists and other writers described the area to have experienced an extra ordinarily high number of disappearances of ships, aeroplanes and people compared to any other region in the sea or ocean. The first notable sources of strange experiences in the region can be traced back to the 15th century. In one of his many voyages while in this region in 1492, Christopher Columbus reported cases of strange fire balls crushing into the ocean and compass malfunctions. Some have approximated the figures of disappearances in the last one hundred years as one hundred ships and planes each and over a thousand people. The publication of the bestselling book “The Bermuda Triangle” by Charles Berlitz and J. Manson valentine in 1974 marked the period when this myth attracted most interest to the world. In its explanations, this book sought to explain some of the disappearances as kidnappings by unidentified Flying objects (OFOs). Others were thought to have been caused by mysterious forces originating from a lost continent known as Atlantis below the ocean’s surface. Flight 19
Among the most notable cases of disappearances documented is “Flight 19”. On December 5th 1945, five fighter jets left Fort...
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