7 Shocking Facts About the Bermuda Triangle

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Bermuda Triangle is the greatest mystery of the modern-day age. Also called Devil’s Triangle.
It is a triangular shaped location in the North Atlantic Ocean, from Bermuda Island to Miami, USA, and Puerto Rico. Hundreds of people and many boats, ships and airplanes have vanished inside this triangle. Reasons given for these disappearances differ from scientific to sheer myth. Here are 10 Shocking facts about Bermuda Triangle:
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The very first person to report about Bermuda Triangle was Christopher Columbus. He wrote in his journals that inside the triangle, the ship’s compass stopped working and he likewise saw a fireball in the sky.

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The triangle is not fixed, and its result can be experienced outside of the triangle too.

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The disappearances are ascribed to UFO’s and unusual activity, the city of Atlantis lost under the triangle, and numerous other technical, natural and geographical reasons.

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Whenever any plane or ship disappears in the Triangle, its debris can not be found. The factor behind this is that Gulf Stream runs near the triangle, which rapidly does away with the particles.

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A minimum of 1000 lives is lost within the last 100 years. On average, four airplane and 20 yachts go missing out on every year.

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Inside the Bermuda Triangle, United States Government has AUTEC (for Atlantic Undersea Test and Examination Center), which lies on the Andros Island of Bahamas. Here United States Navy checks their submarines, finder, and other weapons. However numerous are of the view that it is more than simply the testing center.

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Individuals have experienced electronic fog in the triangle, which can be a Time Travel Tunnel too. Pilot Bruce Gernon claims he lost 28 minutes after flying through a time-warping cloud tunnel. The aircraft went missing from radars, only to reappear in Miami Beach. (Source: The Fog by Bruce Gernon.).

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