The Bermuda Triangle is the greatest mystery in the modern world. It is a strange triangular area on the Atlantic Ocean where many ships and planes have disappeared without a trace. There are many myths and theories surrounding this mysterious sea wonder.
Legend has it, when Christopher Columbus sailed through the area on his first voyage to the new world, he reported that a great flame of fire crashed into the sea one night. A strange light appeared a few weeks later. This is likely due to a meteor and Columbus’s supernatural beliefs; but this does not stop other scholars and theorists from giving their point of view on this debating matter.
It all started by authors who were novelist writers, and the mystery was originally perpetrated by them. We all know that many novel writers are good with wild imaginations, but many of them were actually respected authors of their time. The mystery started catching wide scale attention in 1952 when George Sand wrote in Fate Magazine about incidents like Flight 19, a training flight of five torpedo bomber planes, all which went missing and never returned.
The Bermuda Triangle covers about 5000,000 square miles of ocean off the southern tip of Florida. Forming a triangle shape between Miami, San Juan, and Bermuda, being the most commercially used route
in the world, it is hard to believe that about twenty yachts and four aircrafts go missing every year. According to the U.S navy, the Bermuda Triangle does not exist. Could this be because the government does not want to lose this commercial rout by calling it “dangerous?”
There have been many disappearances in this area. The earliest incident took place in the 1800’sat sea; it was the sinking of, the s...