2) The Bermuda Triangle
The Bermuda Triangle, a zone that lies in the Atlantic Ocean. If you enter though, you don’t come out. Why do you not return? How are planes affected? Is it true? Let’s find out.
The Bermuda Triangle, also known as The Devil’s Triangle, is a triangular zone with one corner ending at Bermuda, another ending at Miami and the last ending at San Juan Puerto Rico. The triangle was first discovered in 1945 when five pilots on a training session, known as Flight 19, mysteriously vanished within that area. The myth got more popular when more disappearances began to occur. In 1964, The Bermuda Triangle name was given.
The Bermuda Triangle has actually experienced real ship wrecks. There has been a total of approximately 1,000 lives that have been lost with over 100 ships and planes gone missing. The fact that The Bermuda Triangle claims the deepest trenches in the world doesn’t help with the number of possible deaths. An example of one of these occurrences would be when DC-3 Flight NC-16002 asked Miami for landing instructions while flying over The Bermuda Triangle. Once Miami replied there was no answer. The plane went missing after that. Another example would be when Flight 19 was in The Bermuda Triangle. The leader of the fleet happened to say, “We are entering white water, nothing seems right. We don’t know where we are, the water is green, no white.” They were never heard of after that.
All this seems crazy, but there has to be a logical explanation to all the disappearances in The Bermuda Triangle. Some people believe that Aliens abducted the vessels or that the triangle is an entrance to other planets. The more logical reasons could be water sprouts or brutal freak waves. Also, the current of the water that sits in the zone of this triangle happens to be very fast and strong. This can easily allow any sailors to go off course or destroy any signs of disaster.
Another theory would be the methane gas. All the deaths of sea life have produced methane, which will sometimes erupt to the surface. The water that the gas impacts becomes less dense. Ships that lie on the water then sink. The methane escalates so high that planes can catch fire.
Hurricanes can be a likely cause as well, because it’s in a hurricane zone. Some people also think that pirates or other raiders might be a reason.
The Bermuda Triangle is one of those mysteries, no one knows for sure if it’s real or not. Many planes and ships have been destroyed or mysteriously vanished in that exact area. Is it a coincidence, or is it really cursed? So far, we have no idea, but maybe sometime in the future, we’ll discover the secret of this devastating triangle.
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