Bermuda Triangle Essay

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  • The Triangle Of The Bermuda Triangle

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    The Bermuda Triangle. You may have heard of it but, do you know what it is? The Bermuda Triangle lies near the South-East coast of the United States and forms a triangle in the Atlantic Ocean. The corners of the triangle are: Miami, Florida; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and Bermuda; a north-Atlantic island which the name Bermuda Triangle originated from. What is so mysterious about these waters? Well, unexplained events happened in which planes flying over this area have mysteriously disappeared leaving

  • The Triangle Of The Bermuda Triangle

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    Everyone has heard of the scariest place on earth, the bermuda triangle. Since its theoretical existence, there has been hundreds of cases that have been reported that involved the Bermuda Triangle in one way or another. The points of the Bermuda triangle are between Miami, Florida, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and the Mid-Atlantic island, Bermuda. The History of this myth has gone back hundreds of years, dating back all the way to the year 1492, when Christopher Columbus first reported seeing flames

  • The Triangle : The Bermuda, Triangle, And The Triangle

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    There's really no explanation for where the term bermuda comes from besides it being the name for a group of islands in the Atlantic. Triangle is part of the name because the area that covers the where the strange appearences happen is in the shape of a triangle. There are no specific coordinates to map out the Triangle. You could give the coordinates surrounding the area like Bermuda, Miami, Florida, San Juan, and Puerto Rico, but the actual triangle cannot be so easily defined. They aren't researching

  • The Bermuda Triangle Theory

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    Mysteries and theories behind the Bermuda Triangle While researching different websites and resources about the Bermuda Triangle, I came across many different theories and explanations about the Bermuda Triangle. The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is a section in the Atlantic Ocean between Miami, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico where ships and planes have disappeared with no trace of them. The Bermuda Triangle covers about 500,000 square miles of ocean, which is a very popular shipping

  • The Bermuda Triangle Essay

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    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

  • The Bermuda Triangle And Its Theories

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    was here that I found my topic of the Bermuda Triangle. At first, I argued with myself over this topic, because it did not seem worth writing about; but after remembering one of my favorite childhood movies, I knew that this was the perfect topic. So like every other sane teenager who has to write an essay, I watched the Scooby-Doo movie that made me chose this topic. About half way into the movie I came up with my topic question. What is the Bermuda Triangle and its theories? What I Know

  • The Bermuda Triangle Essay

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    The Bermuda triangle is a heavily debated topic. Over the years people have fought back and forth on the matter. However, no one can seem to come to a consensus. What is the truth? Does the Bermuda triangle qualify as a strange, unexplainable site? If it does, is it the reason for the many strange happenings and events? Despite the lack of answers, the legend of the Bermuda triangle will continue to be debated and discussed by believers and skeptics. For both sides claim to contain strong solid evidence

  • The Bermuda Triangle : The Devil's Triangle

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    The Bermuda Triangle, also known popularly as the ‘Devil’s Triangle’, is a triangular shaped area in the Atlantic Ocean which has gained infamy as a location in which vessels, aircraft and people are susceptible to going missing without a trace. The area considered to constitute the Bermuda Triangle varies, although the most popular definition is that the triangle’s three vertices are located at Miami in Florida, San Juan in Puerto Rico, and at the island of Bermuda in the Atlantic Ocean. However

  • Bermuda Triangle Conspiracy

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    Thousands of people, ships, boats, and aircraft have gone missing without a trace while traveling over a triangle region in the south Atlantic ocean; this area has been titled the Bermuda Triangle. For hundreds of years scientists have studied and researched to find an explanation that can resolve the disappearances of all missing vessels but there just does not seem to be an explanation that fits all the criteria. Flight 19 was the first recorded unexplainable disappearance when the U.S. Navy sent

  • Review Of ' The Bermuda Triangle '

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    Review of Literature I. Introduction to the Bermuda Triangle The Bermuda Triangle is a legendary mythological section of the Atlantic Ocean, made up of the triangle formed by Miami, Florida; San Juan Puerto Rico; and the islands of the Bahamas. The triangle covers about five-hundred thousand (500,000) square miles of the ocean. The phrase “Bermuda Triangle” was first coined by Vincent H. Gaddis (1913-1997). He was writing an article for Argosy magazine back in 1964. The article was received