Taking a Look at the Bermuda Triangle

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It is an area that connects to Bermuda; Miami, Florida; and San Juan, Puerto Rico. It is 50,000 square miles long (Live science). The Bermuda Triangle has been talked about for 74 years. The very first person to enter in the Triangle is Christopher Columbus. Its fame began in 1945. In 1892 was when people were getting curious of the disappearances. The flights 19 made the Bermuda Triangle known in 1945(Bermuda Island). This paper will explain the disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle, a story of a survivor, and things seen before departing. This name was from the mysterious disappearance of people, ships and aircrafts under strange circumstances. In addition, Superstitions that the devil was fooling with lost travelers. 1,075 ships and planes over the past 25 years have vamoosed. It did not receive its nickname until 1964.

Disappearances of boats happened on the Atlantic Ocean. The Mary Celeste was seen drifting crewless, Atlanta was on en route to England leaving no trace behind. The Freya, a German bark, was found deserted on October 20, 1902 (Kusche, Lawrence 179). Disappearances on planes were the 2 KL-135 planes’ debris was found 160 miles apart from each other (Argosy 116-118). A plane of 27 men had never been found when they took off at 2:10 pm on December 5, 1945(Bermuda Triangle Demystify). The Douglas DC-3 aircraft containing 32 people went…

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