Wednesday, 3 September 2014

What Is the Mystery behind the Bermuda Triangle?

The Bermuda Triangles spans a region in the Atlantic Ocean, falling between Puerto Rico and Florida.

The Bermuda Triangle has been the site where several mysterious plane and boat incidents have happened.

While it is said that the Bermuda Triangle may have a link to paranormal activity, several investigations show that bad weather and human error are the likely causes, however, there are some incidents which just defy explanation.

Research suggest that original reports of strange incidents occurring within the Bermuda Triangle are exaggerated, and the actual number of incidents within this area is similar to other parts of the ocean.

While its reputation does scare most people, the Bermuda Triangle is in reality part of a regularly sailed shipping route that with cruise ships and other boats frequently sail through.

Aircraft are also regularly seen in the Bermuda Triangle, with private and commercial planes flying through this air space.

Stories of unexplained disappearances began to reach public awareness in the 1950's, and have been constantly reported from then.

Unverified paranormal explanations about the Bermuda Triangle have included UFO’s and even the lost continent of Atlantis.

Other explanations include magnetic anomalies, pirates, deliberate scuttling, hurricanes, gas pockets, bad weather, massive waves and again human error.

Some famous report involving the Bermuda Triangle include:

The USS Cyclops and its entire crew of 309 in 1918, which went missing after leaving Barbados.

The TBM Avenger bombers which disappeared in 1945 while performing a training flight over the Atlantic Ocean.

A Douglas DC-3 aircraft housing 32 people which went missing in 1958, no trace of them was ever found.

A yacht was found in 1955 which had survived three hurricanes, however, all its crew were not on-board, and never found.

So there you have it my lovelies, believe what you will, but I always say, there is no smoke without fire, and legends and myths are borne for a reason. 

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