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Mysterious Bermuda Triangle


Bermuda Triangle
The Bermuda Triangle, known as The Devil’s Triangle, is a stretch of the Atlantic Ocean running between Puerto Rico, Bermuda, and Miami has been credited with the deaths and disappearances of over 8,000 lives since mid 19th century. At least 50 ships and 20 airplanes have disappeared in the Triangle.

It’s commonly considered as the Devil’s Triangle, because of the accident chances of there. Others have referred to it as as Limbo of the Lost or the Hoodoo sea.

It’s particularly an accident zone. Though the US Government does not recognize the Bermuda Triangle as an actual geographic location or threat.

Many myths and mysteries are circulating around the Bermuda Triangle. It have become the subject of endless legends and conspiracies.

Christopher Columbus had passed through this Triangle during his first voyage to the new world, he recorded that a bursting flame of fire struck the sea and caused a strange light to appear in the distance a few weeks later.

In 1881,it was Ellen Austin,American white oak schooner on her way to New York from London, encountered a ghost ship in the Bermuda Triangle , when Ellen approached the foggy waters of the Sargasso Sea- an area of the Atlantic Ocean overlaps with Bermuda Triangle- the crew encoutered a fully stocked, abandoned ship.

Some of them tried to catch that ship but it disappeared in the very storm. Some elaborating that the derelict ship reappeared minus the prize crew and then disappeared again with a second prize crew.

Fight 19 was a training flight of five TBM Avenger Torpedo bombers that disappeared on December 5, 1945 while over the Atlantic.

KC-135 Stratotankers On August 28, 1963 , a pair of US Air Force KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft and crashed into the Atlantic 300 miles west of Bermuda. 







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