The Disappearance In The Bermuda Triangle

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One of the strangest wonders, The Bermuda Triangle is a very widely known phenomena. It also has many different possibilities.

The Bermuda Triangle's Location
Located in the middle of Miami, Puerto Rico and Bermuda, there is an area of sea that people fear to tread. In the shape of a triangle, the Bermuda Triangle is home to some of the world's strangest disappearances.

The Disappearances in The Bermuda Triangle
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One of the most famous early 20th Century disappearances was the Cyclops. She mysteriously vanished in 1918 with 308 aboard. People have called it the Navy's "Greatest Mysteries of the Sea".
Many US Navy ships disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle between 1780 and 1824. These Included the General Gates, Insurgent, Hornet, Wildcat, Pickering, Expervier and Wasp.
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Many point to irregular and infrequent weather patterns, the Gulf Stream or rogue waves that crop up over the ocean and are difficult to predict. Other theories indicate man as the cause of the disappearances, suggesting error in reading compasses or flight tools, or even acts of violence such as piracy.
As theories may point to a natural or explainable reason for the mysteries in the Bermuda Triangle, there are other theories that point to phenomena that cannot be easily explained. Many believe that the Bermuda Triangle sits over the spot of the lost city of Atlantis. Another supernatural theory is that UFOs frequent the area over the Bermuda Triangle, and that the victims of these vanishings have been abducted by aliens.
The Bermuda Triangle continues to be a source of intrigue and mystery for many. As most of the vanishings that have taken place here remain unsolved, the mystery widens.
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