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    draw attention to the Bermuda Triangle (Kidsworld Magazine). His logs say while sailing they’ve come across strange things. For example, he states a fireball fell from the sky (Kidsworld Magazine). In another log he states that something strange happens to his compass (Kidsworld Magazine). His log about the compass could be true since one of the myths deals with a magnetic connection. Speculations about the Bermuda Triangle first started when the first disappearance occurred in 1945. Two most famous Bermuda Triangle stories include the USS Cyclops and the squadron disappearance. Both of the disappearances still remain unsolved as to why they vanished. According to History, on December 5th, 1945 the U.S. Navy goes on a training mission on Flight 19. Two hours after take-off the commander reported that something suspicious is happening to his compass and he has no knowledge of their location. The base searches for their location, but comes to no avail. After another two hours the commander confirms they were going to leave behind the planes. A rescue crew was sent out afterwards, but ended up with no one on their ship. Firstly, because they didn’t find anyone and secondly because the ship ended up missing afterwards. Another disappearance also has to do with the U.S. Navy and of course the Bermuda Triangle. This ship was called the USS Cyclops. Onboard were more than 300 people and it is recorded as the largest human loss on a ship. It all happened in February 1917 after…

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    disappearances such as hexagonal clouds acting as air bombs, a strange ocean floor, and erratic weather conditions but, nothing proves to be the answer to these peculiar occurrences. The mystery of hundreds of losses at sea takes place in the Bermuda Triangle. Between the 1800s and the 1970s, various ships got lost at sea including, the USS Cyclops, the Marine Sulphur Queen, the Sylvia L. Ossa, and the Carroll A. Deering (Rudolph). The Bermuda Triangle lies in the Atlantic Ocean between the…

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    have mysteriously disappeared over the years. It received it’s name from a magazine after an extremely popular disappearance known as Flight 19. Nobody knows for sure if the Bermuda Triangle is real because science cannot explain many disappearances including the USS Cyclops, Ellen Austin vessel, and Flight 19. The USS Cyclops is one of the most famous disappearances in all of the history of the Bermuda Triangle. It was a boat that went down in WW2 with no explanation. The U.S. was thinking all…

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    In the film Cast Away, directed by Robert Zemeckis, compulsively prompt FedEx executive Chuck Noland is on his way to Malaysia when his plane crashes over the Pacific Ocean during a storm. The sole survivor of the flight, Chuck washes ashore on a deserted island. When his efforts to sail away and contact help fail, Chuck learns how to survive on the island, where he remains for four years until he manages to escape the island. During the last scene of the film, after Chuck has returned the last…

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    For the past few decades, maybe centuries, many planes and ships have randomly disappeared, and all in the same area - the Bermuda Triangle. One of the biggest disappearances includes Flight MH370. Many have speculated about the cause, or causes. Some of the causes are supernatural, including aliens, Atlantis death rays, and large, giant sea monsters, like krakens. Other theories are completely natural, like methane crystals, large waves, and human stupidity. Most have settled for the theory of…

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    draw attention to the Bermuda Triangle (Kidsworld Magazine). His logs say while sailing they’ve come across strange things. For example, he states a fireball fell from the sky (Kidsworld Magazine). In another log he states that something strange happens to his compass (Kidsworld Magazine). His log about the compass could be true since one of the myths deals with a magnetic connection. Speculations about the Bermuda Triangle first started when the first disappearance occurred in 1945. Two most…

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    All through human history many strange phenomena and disappearances have occurred. These strange disappearances have happened to not only a single person but a whole civilization and countless other strange things. This paper will show the top five mysterious disappearances that our history has to offer. The first mystery to discuss is the disappearance of Flight 19. Flight-19 is the codename for five Avenger bombers that took off from the naval base at Florida at 2:10 P.M. on December 5th,1945,…

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    little island called Howland Island. Amelia Earhart sent one last transmission to Itasca where she stated that her and Noonan thought they were close to the island, but their plane was running on the verge of empty. Soon there were no sign of the plane, according to Szalay’s website (2017) Itasca started immediately on a two week search (Earhart’s Last Flight section, para. 17). At this time, Franklin Roosevelt was the president of the United States. The American people loved Amelia Earhart…

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    Different governments have tried to explain why some planes or vessel disappear when traveling through the Bermuda Triangle. Statistics have proven that the losts are relatively small considering the amount of traffic that operates in that region. Accidents happen and bad news sells extremely well. For example, in the recent disappearance of flight 370 of Malaysian Airlines in the Indic Ocean the entire world was concerned. The world´s most powerful countries joined together to find this…

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    Singer and songwriter, Adele Adkins was given the nickname, “queen of soul-pop” after releasing her very first album. Idols are sometimes looked at as superheroes. Adele is just a simple human with a super voice! The album was named 19. Listeners who heard the powerful lyrics had fallen in love, obsessed and mesmerized with Adele’s voice. There are no adjectives that can describe her music perfectly. Fans cannot get enough of her music. Although some prefer a different genre of music and does…

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