Bermuda Triangle Theories, Stories and Facts

Most of people believe that the Bermuda Triangle is a dangerous place to venture. Bermuda Triangle has many Theories, Stories, Myths and Facts about its disappearances.There have been a number of mysterious vanishings and unsolved mysteries in this stretch of ocean but is there a scientific explanation for it all.
  • According to Bermuda Triangle Map, The Bermuda Triangle area is a 500,000-square-mile stretch of ocean in the Atlantic, bounded roughly at its three points by Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico.
  • According to Triangle believer Gian Quasar, Bermuda Triangle Disappearance 75 aircraft and hundreds of pleasure yachts have vanished there in the last 25 years.
  • Some claim that the lost continent of Atlantis sunk and disappeared into the Bermuda Triangle thousands of years ago.

  • In 1945, Flight 19, a group of five avenger torpedo bombers, disappeared on a training mission from Fort Lauderdale to the Bahamas, over the Triangle. None of the fourteen airmen or the five planes were found, and Flight 19 is considered to be the first Bermuda Triangle disappearance that couldn't be explained.
  • Believers in the Triangle myth cite unusual, electrically charged fogs and vapors as catalysts for broken radio transmitters, navigational equipment, and magnetic compasses in planes and boats.
  • Solar wind, a stream of charged particles jettisoned by the sun’s surface, travels over 90 million miles through space before it hits the Earth’s magnetosphere, where most of its energy is deflected. The remaining energy particles spiral along magnetic field lines and tend to gravitate toward the poles.
  • Some scientists believe that eruptions of methane gas could be responsible for ship disappearances in the Triangle. The theory is that a large underwater landslide or earthquake could violently release methane gas trapped beneath the seabed, lowering the density of the surrounding ocean water and creating a sort of hole that large ships could sink into.
  • The ocean floor in the area of the Triangle is a complex underwater maze, made up of shallow banks and extremely large oceanic trenches, many over five miles deep.
  • The Gulf Stream, a large and powerful warm water current, runs directly through the Bermuda Triangle.
  • On December 28, 1948, a Douglas DC3 aircraft carrying 32 people disappeared en route to Miami from Puerto Rico --- it is one of the most famous Triangle mysteries.
  • The area of the Caribbean where the Triangle lies is one of the most hurricane-heavy places in the world.
  • Rogue waves are oceanic phenomena in which a single massive wave is surrounded by smaller waves, and therefore seems to come out of nowhere and take boats by surprise. Once dismissed as myth, they are now recognized occurrences all over the world.

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I've been thinking about the Bermuda Trianlge, I think it's more of a coincidence that these accidents in the ocean happened within the area. these are interesting facts you posted. really made me think more.


I realy dont believe in this and am always wondering why there is no any activities now days ?!!

All the known stories happened in the past when was no any technologies or at least not like now days

We developed machines and robots which can discover that piece of the world but why we don't use them to make experiments to know the reason of past mysteries? !!


Dear A.Rahman Jalaluddin: People are aware from the bad activities in that area, So no one could take risk of going there.. And if no one will go there then how can disappearances will happen?


I guess we should firstly identify those peoples whom were killed by that bermuda triangle.... we should go there and search about those peoples we could also perform experiments on it by going that place!


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