Top 10 creepy unsolved mysteries about the Bermuda Triangle
and the disappearance of airplanes ships and boats.
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The Bermuda Triangle
has been a topic of fascination and intrigue for well over a century. Located in the North Atlantic Ocean
between the tip of Florida, Puerto Rico
, and Bermuda
. Also known as
the Devil’s Triangle
, the Bermuda Triangle has been the location of numerous disappearances from airplanes to ships of various occupations. The craziest part about these disappearances is that they seem to defy all logic and science, and have inspired some of the most interesting theories that man can come up with. Some of these theories include aliens, the lost city of Atlantis
, ghosts, just to name a few. Reports of odd things happening in the area even go as far as 1492
when Christopher Columbus
reported seeing strange lights and activities when he was sailing in the area.
One of the earliest disappearances goes back to 1881 with the Ellen Austin
. The ship was known to many numerous trips back and forth between London
and New York City
. During one of these journeys, the Ellen Austin ran into another ship
moving fast in the Bermuda Triangle. But the Ellen Austin crew were startled to find that this ship had no crew. They decided to split in half and navigate the ship back to London. While trying to get out of the Bermuda Triangle, a storm hit and separated the two ships. The Ellen Austin completely disappeared and was never heard from again.
rather interesting is the amount of disappearances that have taken place in the 1940
’s and 1950
’s involving military related ships and aircraft. Perhaps
there were some stealthy military action by the enemies back then, or perhaps the Triangle
was reacting to the turmoil taking place around the world. But one cannot deny the apparent coincidence of these disappearances and the timeline they land on. Even after World War II
was over, disappearances were at their all-time high.
For example, from 1945
to 1949, there were several disappearances that resulted in the loss of many lives from lost aircraft. One of the most famous cases was Flight
19, which was a name given to five bomber planes that disappeared over the Bermuda Triangle in 1945. Initially, people tried to blame Germany
, but there was no evidence of any enemy involvement in the loss. In fact, the five planes were never seen or heard from again, which is nearly impossible given that five fighter planes were lost.
Between 1948 and 1949, two Piper
jets disappeared. Because these two jets had limited radar communication, it’s hard to determine the exact time that the disappearances happened, but they were definitely lost over the Bermuda Triangle, both in the month of January, just 13 days apart. Some people may call it a coincidence, while others use the timeline as evidence that perhaps intelligent life was at work during these disappearances.
For more Bermuda Triangle disappearances, check out the rest of this video. After it’s over, you may want to reconsider taking any flights or cruises that go through the Bermuda Triangle.
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- published: 22 Aug 2015
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