With the evidence that scientists have found, there are only a picked few that we can make sense of. Some of the more popular ones, like the USS Cyclops and the Navy’s 5 torpedo bombers, really astound and persuade me to think that there really is something unusual happening in the Bermuda Triangle. They are persuading me because of how many things could have happened. Scientists believe that these ships and aircrafts get sent into an alternate or parallel universe,which is why we can’t find them. I think that most of the debri from the ships and aircrafts might be found in or around the Puerto Rico Trench, which covers 440,000 miles of sea, and is mostly undiscovered.
The perplex mystery of The Bermuda Triangle has existed for decades, the earliest being in 1492 when Christopher Columbus documented outlandish compass readings and a fireball falling from the sky in his ship’s log. What explanation is at hand for the vast amounts of disappearances of planes and ships alike? Over the last 30 years, 700 boats, 120 planes, and hundreds of lives has simply vanished. ("BERMUDA TRIANGLE." The Bermuda Triangle. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Oct. 2014.) Does the myth even exist? Theories range from sea monsters pulling ships to their watery grave to electronic fog tagging along to planes and disorientating pilots. But which is true? Are rouge waves, electronic fog, and a sizably voluminous number of other oddities responsible for the countless disappearances, or do ships and planes simply pick erroneous weather to travel in?
The Sulphur Queen was a 523-foot tanker that was originally intended to carry oil, but was converted to carry sulphur. On Feb. 3, 1963, the ship sent a radio report that placed it 230 miles southeast of New Orleans, La., according to a report by Time Magazine. Then nothing. There was no SOS and no warning of trouble. The ship simply disappeared.Two weeks later, pieces of a raft, a life vest and a broken oar washed up on Florida beaches. An investigation launched by the Coast Guard shortly after the disappearance concluded that the vessel was nowhere near seaworthy and likely caught fire at sea. Such a conclusion was not far-fetched. According to the article, "once, the Queen actually sailed into a New Jersey port with fires smoldering, unloaded her cargo, and sailed off again -- still burning."
Earhart's mysterious disappearance leads to different theories. One of those theories is that the Japanese kidnapped Amelia Earhart and her navigator Noonan, holding them captive. Earhart and Noonan were making a stop on Howland island, but before they arrived, they lost connection with the U.S. Coast Guard. Years later, the government discovered a photograph in the U.S. National Archives, displaying what is supposed Earhart and Noonan near Japanese troops. Along with the two missing people in the photograph, parts of plane were behind them. An American spy took the picture. An article in:
The Bermuda Triangle,also known as the Hoodoo Sea, the Devil's Triangle, the Limbo of the Lost, and the Twilight Zone, is a part of the ocean in which planes, ships, and people mysteriously seem to just disappear. It is an imaginary area shaped as a triangle. Which is located in the outer tip of Florida. Its been the biggest mystery of time because of the mysterious disappearances that have happened over time. “The term Bermuda Triangle was first used in an article written by Vincent H. Gaddis for Argosy magazine in 1964. In the article, Gaddis claimed that in this strange sea a number of ships and planes had disappeared without explanation. Gaddis wasn't the first one to come to this conclusion, either. As early as 1952, George X.
At 9:40 pm on February 15 1898 a massive explosion rocked the Maine, soon after there was a second one. The Maine sunk almost immediately. Unfortunately the explosions happened in the front of the ship close to the living quarters of the men. Out of the 354 men on board 266 died from the blasts. Many others were injured terribly.
Smallpox broke out on the Beaver ship, and it was in the outer harbor for two weeks. The fourth ship that was sent to Boston was damaged by a storm and had to come to Cape Cod with lots of payload but the ship was totally lost.
The Edmund Fitzgerald was a vessel named after the man Edmund Fitzgerald who was the President and Chairman of the Board of Northwestern Mutual Insurance. The vessel was taking taconite from Superior, Wisconsin to Zug Island which is near Detroit, Michigan on November 10, 1975. The storm on Lake Superior that fateful day killed all 29 crew members. The vessel was 729 feet and 13,632 gross ton empty of cargo. She was the largest ship to sail on the Great Lakes for 13 years until 1971. The Fitzgerald sank on November 10, 1975 in Lake Superior. My theory for her sinking is the Six-Fathom Shoal.
A fabled and unreal story told by the devilish seas and the terror-stricken voices of the people who've escaped the sunken ships and planes that cry from beneath the floors of the home of mysteries finally ascents back to the lapping waves upon the surface, screeching out what really hides under the streaming walls of the Bermuda Triangle. The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle based on the countless disappearances, is an unfolded riddle that is known to be an alarming part of the world because of the swallowed ships and planes from many others going there. Although theories of this place being an aircraft and sea travelers ravaging beast, it has logical and non-distressing reasoning to act in dangerous manners. With reasons that include environmental situations, strange weather patterns, and human error, it stands more on the sensible and coherent end of the line than what others may think, but still has head-scratching standpoints and explanations to side with. These evidences contain critical striking points to prove what really makes up the Bermuda Triangle from bizarre assumptions to rational arguments.
Bermuda, Miami, and San Juan (Bermuda Triangle).These are the 3 locations that make up the “Devil's Triangle” also known as the Bermuda Triangle in the Atlantic ocean. In this area, many unexplained disappearances from military and commercial aircrafts, to large cargo ships and small yachts has many people and scientists wondering, is this supernatural phenomena? Forces of nature? Over-exaggerated stories? No one knows for sure. Many of these disappearances happened without warning, no mayday calls or signals of distress, and leaving no trace of existence or wreckage behind. These events involving the Bermuda Triangle can be linked to an extremely powerful electromagnetic field over the area.
For years there has been an unsolved mystery of disappearances of boats and planes with no trace of evidence left behind. All of these conspiracies had relevance as to the whereabouts of these lost travelers. The locations of these disappearances were within a geographical triangle in the Atlantic Ocean. The corners of this legendary triangle were
In an attempt to find the lost flight, a Martin Mariner PBM-5 flying boat was sent to search for the mission squadron. The flying boat left Fort Lauderdale Airport at 7:27 p.m. (Cusack, 16). At 7:30 p.m. the plane's radio failed, and flight disappeared forever.
You might know that the Bermuda Triangle is a legendary place where numerous disappearances have occurred, but how much do you really know about it? Some people don’t believe in such a place, but some do. Research has been conducted to try and figure out what could possibly be happening here, but with no hard evidence. The mysterious Bermuda Triangle may be more than just a myth though; the Bermuda triangle has a long history with disappearances, few people live through it to tell the tale, and possible theories have been made over the years; leaving scientists questioning this strange phenomenon.
The flight leader called into the dispatch tower and said that both of his compasses were not working and he was not sure where he was located. Scientist say that true north and magnetic north are 20 degrees apart so when anyone is flying or on a ship they need to take into account the variation. Many planes before disappearing have reported that their compasses were not working and that they were not located where their compass indicated. If this theory is true it is very possible that they might have gotten lost in the middle of the ocean and it is hard to find the remains of the ships and planes since the ocean is so vast.