The Bermuda Triangle is also known as the Devil’s Triangle. Situated on the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, between ‘Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico’. Where a number of aircrafts and ships have disappeared under mysterious circumstances.
The area surrounding the Bermuda triangle is one of the most heavily travelled shipping lanes in the world, with ships frequently crossing through it for ports in the Americas, Europe, and the Caribbean islands.
Commercial and private aircrafts routinely fly over it.
It has become a popular belief over the years that the sinking of ships and crashing of aircraft in the area is a result of the paranormal activity.
The earliest reported incident took place in the 1800s at sea.
It was the sinking of navy ship ‘USS Pickering’. Bermuda triangle also includes such stories as that of FLIGHT19, a group of 5 U.S. torpedo bombers were travelling was vanished in the triangle in 1945. A rescue plane sent to look for them also disappeared.
Recently as 2015, EL FARO a cargo ship with 33 members also missed in this area.
Bermuda Triangle Mystery
Investigations into these claims by news and scientists have found that the claims of paranormal activity are unfounded and the crashes can normally be attributed to natural causes such as human error, extreme weather conditions.
Altogether, as far as we know, 75 planes and hundreds of ships met their demise in the Bermuda triangle. A fascinating theory has been proposed by meteorologists claiming that the reason for the mysteries perfuse the Bermuda triangle area is unusual hexagonal clouds creating 170-180 mph air bombs full of wind.
These airs causes all the misdemeanours, sinking ships and downing planes.
Of course, not everyone is convinced, with some experts saying that hexagonal clouds also occur in other parts of the world and there is no evidence of strange disappearances takes place in the Bermuda triangle.