Bermuda Triangle Speech

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  • Topic: Bermuda Triangle, Unexplained disappearances, Atlantic Ocean
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  • Published : December 3, 2012
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Introduction

Someone once said: "All that ever went there, never came out of there". Nobody knew why, but all the things and people who went there, disappeared. However, despite this mystery, the world was curious about what was happening there and where things were, so people went again and again looking for an answer. Think of it for a second; would you go to a place where you don’t know what happens there? Would you go to a place where you don’t know if you will be able to come back? Just in order to find an answer?

I’m sure you all know what I’m talking about. There is a place in the Atlantic Ocean where everything that once went there, never returned. It is called The Bermuda Triangle, or it’s also known as the Devil’s Triangle. The Bermuda Triangle has always been a dangerous place and a mysterious because of the disappearance of sailors, pilots and tourists, which has never been solved. During the last 30 years numerous planes and ships have disappeared without trace, because none of these survivors was found.

Today I’m here to decipher and understand the mysteries of this dangerous place and publicize scientific reasons and experiences on these disappearances because this region was and is a witnessed unexplained phenomena that has travelled the world.

There are also important and well-known incidents throughout the world, some of them are interesting to talk about, so you will be able to think about what is the secret of this mystery.


Main Points

Main Point I.

On 5th December of 2005 took place the disappearance of the "Flight 19", one of the most amazing events, and world-renowned, occurred in the Bermuda Triangle. Flight 19 was a training flight of five TBM Avenger of United States. The flight plan was scheduled to take them due east from Fort Lauderdale for 141 miles, north for 73 miles, and then back over to complete the exercise. But the flight never returned to base.

In the afternoon the five planes took off and...
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