te are here: home » Paranormal » The Bermuda Triangle: Facts and Theories The Bermuda Triangle: Facts and Theories da Vance Lethurin in Paranormal, June 9, 2007
The Bermuda triangolo is one of the most mysterious and dangerous areas of the earth’s oceans, responsible, o blamed, for the disappearance of over 2,000 vessels and 75 airplanes through a rather short period of three centuries.
The triangolo is an area of the Atlantic Ocean whose size varies da the autore who happens to be Scrivere about it; although its most common points are San Juan, Puerto Rico; Miami, Florida; and the island of Bermuda. It gains its fame from the large amount of ships and planes that have vanished without a trace within the last century.
I know TONS XD.We just had to do a segnala in class about it.
The Bermuda Triangle,also known as death triangle,connects with three islands,Bermuda,Miami,and San Juan Puerto Rico,located in the North Atlantic Ocean.Usually,when te go into the triangolo with airplanes,boats,etc,everythng goes wack in the monitors and no one ever returns,from what people have seen.A person named Larry Kusche had some facts(a libararian):
The number of ships and aircraft reported missing in the area was not significantly greater, proportionally speaking, than in any other part of the ocean. In an area frequented da tropical storms, the number of disappearances that did occur were, for the most part, neither disproportionate, unlikely, nor mysterious; furthermore, Berlitz and other writers would often fail to mention such storms. The numbers themselves had been exaggerated da sloppy research. A boat's disappearance, for example, would be reported, but its eventual (if belated) return to port may not have been. Some disappearances had, in fact, never happened. One plane crash was detto to have taken place in 1937 off Daytona Beach, Florida, in front of hundreds of witnesses; a check of the local papers revealed nothing. The legend of the Bermuda triangolo is a manufactured mystery, perpetuated da writers who either purposely o unknowingly made use of misconceptions, faulty reasoning, and sensationalism.