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Why Is The Bermuda Triangle Such A Mystery?

Submitted by solomon on Mon, 06/25/2018 - 15:21
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The perplexity of the Bermuda Triangle has baffled the human race as a result of the disappearance of aircraft. To this day this mystery has not been solved. 

What is the Bermuda Triangle?

Covering more than half a million square miles of ocean located between Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico, the area is notorious for the unusually high number of planes and ships that go missing there without a trace. The Bermuda Triangle is also known as the Devil’s Triangle. More than 1,000 ships and planes have disappeared in the Triangle area over the past five centuries and such mysterious incidents on the Atlantic continue to take place even in the present day.  It all started with writers, and the mystery was initially perpetrated by them.

MU-2B

The remains of a plane that had vanished while flying through the Bermuda Triangle was found near the Bahamas.  In the MU-2B plane, which had been travelling from Puerto Rico to Florida, was 40-year-old Jennifer Blumin, Theodore and Phineas, her sons, aged 2 and 4, and their pilot, Nathan Ulrich, 52 years old. All four most likely lost their lives as a result of the plane crash. 

Why do so many planes and boats vanish there?

The Bermuda Triangle mystery has seen many planes and hundreds of ships go missing at the location without explanation. To this day nobody knows where these forms of transport and people end up.

By Carrie