Bermuda Triangle Conspiracy

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The Bermuda Triangle is also called the “Devil’s Triangle”, that is an imaginary area that can be roughly outlined on a map (“Bermuda Triangle”). The Bermuda Triangle is located in the Atlantic Ocean (Troupe 6). It was discovered off of the southeastern coast of Florida, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda, making the shape of a triangle(Rudolph 7). People say the Bermuda Triangle is about the size of Texas (Rudolph 7). It covers about 500,00 miles of water in the Atlantic Ocean (Rudolph 7). The Bermuda Triangle also covers straits of Florida, the Bahamas and the entire Caribbean Island, each about 1000 miles long (“Bermuda Triangle Map”). No one will be able to find it on the map, sailors or pilots that are sailing or flying will not know if they have …show more content…

Ships and planes disappearing were common in the 1800’s and early 1900’s (Rudolph 10). Disappearances have mostly taken place near the southern part between Florida and Puerto Rico (“Bermuda Triangle Mystery”). Numerous amount of ships sailing through the Bermuda Triangle or planes passing over it have disappeared without a trace (“Bermuda Triangle Mystery”). More than 1,000 ship and planes have disappeared over the past five centuries and continue to do so (“Bermuda Triangle Mystery”). Oceanographers (scientist who study oceans) believe that natural causes, such as storms, compass failures, hurricanes, lack of radio on board, and structural weaknesses (“Creation Tips”). Most say that there were no human errors, equipment failures or even natural disasters (“Bermuda Triangle Mystery”). Countless amount of people suspect that the Devil is at play here, that is why it is also called the “Devil’s Triangle” (“Bermuda Triangle Mystery”). Stories about men and women traveling across the Bermuda Triangle and making it is a rare situation. In 1880, a British ship began in Bermuda but failed to end in England. About 300 people were aboard. No trace of the ship and crew were ever found (Rudolph 10). Another story about a United States Navy training called Flight 91 flew across the Atlantic Ocean for training. There equipment stopped working and after about three hours all five planes disappeared and were certainly not coming back (Rudolph

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