The Bermuda Triangle

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Submitted: March 11, 2010

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The Bermuda Triangle  

The Bermuda Triangle is a strange place that is located in the Atlantic Ocean. The mystery of the Bermuda Triangle began in 1950. It is roughly the shape of a triangle and is said to have sucked planes and ships into its mucky water. Some people believe that these disappearances were caused by underwater volcanoes, earthquakes and fireballs that hit the planes. Others think that the disappearances were caused by unknown magnetic forces like UFO’s or death rays from outer space. When people started to disappear some people gave the area the name The Devils Sea. The Bermuda triangle is also known as The Devils Triangle and The Dragons Triangle. The Triangle covers roughly 500,000 square miles of The Atlantic Ocean. The Bermuda Triangle is an imaginary area that can be roughly outlined on a map by connecting Miami, Florida, San Juan, Puerto Rico and the Bahamas. More than 60 ships and 40 planes including passengers and crew have completely vanished into The Triangles water.

~Spinning compasses

~Non functioning gyroscopes

~ No power

~Walkie-talkies lose connection

~Yellow mist

~Ship graveyards

These are all the puzzling things that happen in The Bermuda Triangle. Some people also believe there is red water. No one knows what happens when you enter The Bermuda Triangle.


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