The First Disappearance In The Bermuda Triangle

For years, people have tried to understand: Why do such mysterious activities occur in the Bermuda Triangle? Ships have vanished without a trace and aircraft disappear with no sign of where they went. There have been countless cases where aircraft and boats have shown no signs or radioed that they were in distress. Boats have showed up without any crew members and there is no damage to the boat. There have been many possible reasons that have surfaced in recent years. From scientific reasons to conspirators believing it is the work of aliens, the Bermuda Triangle is a puzzle still waiting to be solved. Disappearances of aircraft and vessels in The Bermuda Triangle are because of natural causes. One of the first disappearances that really kicked off the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle, was Flight 19. On December 5, 1945, five U.S. Navy Torpedo Bombers took off for a routine training mission. A couple of hours into the mission, the leader of the squadron, United States Navy Lieutenant Charles Carroll Taylor, reported that his compasses were malfunctioning. He radioed, “Have gas for 75 minutes more. Can’t tell whether over the …show more content…
A segment from The Ancient Code states, “What is very interesting is the fact that when Columbus got into the area known as the Bermuda Triangle, he recorded having compass malfunctions, he saw a fireball crash into the ocean, he witnessed strange lights and odd weather phenomena when passing by this area…” (Ancient Code). Columbus reported his compass was off, which would explain that the magnetic fields were off. Also he reported odd weather, which could have been methane bubbles rising to the surface. He also reported strange lights and a fireball crashing into the ocean. This could have been the works of aliens and the fireball was an alien aircraft going into the

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