The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s triangle is said to be one of the most dangerous and mysterious areas of the ocean known to man. It has been held responsible for the disappearances of over 2000 vessels, 75 airplanes and many innocent lives in the past 3 centuries. But the question is how? What really happened in this deadly body of water? There are many theories about what is going on in the Bermuda Triangle. From human error, to the lost city of Atlantis all the way to paranormal activity and Extra Terrestrials. Today I will be talking to you about the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle. The Bermuda Triangle is located between three main points in the Atlantic Ocean, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Miami, Florida and the Island of Bermuda. The triangle is formed by connecting an imaginary line between these three points with an area of the about 500,000 to 1,000,000 square miles. Flight 19 is said to be one of the first known flights to go down in the Bermuda triangle. The aircraft was filled with US navy avenger bombers on a training mission. When the plane went down, it was said that the flight leader was heard saying “We are entering white water, nothing seems to be right. We don’t know where we are, the water is green, no white.” This raised suspicion about what’s really going on in the so called Devils Triangle. It is very possible that the plane had just run into some bad weather, but some believe weather is not the cause of these vanishing planes. I’m not saying I have come up with the answer to what is going on in the Bermuda triangle, but here are some reasonable answers I have come across; 1.
Bad weather. The part of the Atlantic in which the Triangle is located is very close to the Caribbean Sea which tends to get many tropical storms. This could be the cause to all of these strange disappearances. Intense storms may be causing ships to sink or planes to crash. But bad weather is only one of the many theories people have come up with. 2....
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