The Bermuda Triangle is an area in the North Atlantic Ocean located between Miami, Puerto Rico and the island of Bermuda.
Over the years, numerous ships and aircraft have disappeared without explanation while travelling through this region.
Notable examples include, the USS Cyclops, a cargo ship with over 300 people on board that disappeared without a trace in 1918.
And a group of five U.S. naval torpedo bombers, known as ‘Flight 19’ that mysteriously vanished over the area in 1945 during a routine training exercise.
There are dozens, if not hundreds, of similar incidents on record. And while some crews avoid the Bermuda Triangle whenever possible, others dismiss the stories of disappearing planes and ships as legend, coincidence, or just a string of bad luck.
Reports of compasses going haywire, sudden changes in weather, electrical problems and loss of engines are often the last radio contact before vanishing from radar.
Without any way of determining the cause of these malfunctions and disappearances, imaginations have run wild.
Some people believe that extraterrestrial forces or UFOs are responsible for the abductions, while others have proposed ‘The Triangle’ may be a wormhole to another galaxy!
According to a recent study, experts theorize that a natural phenomenon known as rogue waves are the main reason for some of these mysterious disappearances.
Rough stormy seas of this region can create rogue waves which are about 100 feet high. These high waves can easily damage ships and boats.
Another theory states that hexagonal clouds found in this area can act like air bombs blasting winds at huge speeds.
These winds can destroy planes and create waves which can destroy ships. Some people believe that a strange magnetic anomaly affects the compass readings.
Regardless of which theory you believe, it may be a good idea to stay out of the Bermuda Triangle for now, unless you’re trying to disappear.
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