Off the southern tip of Florida lies one of world’s most mysterious places on earth, the Bermuda
Triangle. Ships, planes, and over a thousand lives have been seemingly lost into the abyss known as the
Bermuda Triangle. Ideas have been brought up and theories have been made, but no universal explanation has been made for the mysteries that surround the Bermuda Triangle. The Bermuda
Triangle stands for 440,000 square miles across the Atlantic Ocean. An imaginary line extends from
Melbourne, Florida, extends south to Bermuda, then west to Puerto Rico and then North to Florida to complete the triangle. The Bermuda Triangle has a very eerie origin and is a place where there ia a lot of information on why so many accidents have happened there.
The Bermuda Triangle, also known around the world as Devil's Triangle, Twilight Zone, and Limbo of the
Lost, is a mysterious and made up triangle shape located in the Atlantic Ocean that ships, boats, and planes seem to disappear without a trace for us to follow. Located of the southern tip of Florida, the term "Bermuda Triangle" was first used by Vincent H. Gaddis. In an article that was published for Argosy magazine in 1964, Gaddis noticed that there were a lot of strange numbers of planes and ships that seemingly disappeared for no reason what so ever. In 1952, George X. Sands, noted in Fate magazine about a large number of accidents in that region. Then, published in 1974 named "The Bermuda
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