10 Shocking Facts About Bermuda Triangle

10 Shocking Facts About Bermuda Triangle

Bermuda triangle commonly known as the Devil’s triangle is located in the western part of North Atlantic Ocean. Theories have been made about this triangle being haunted or paranormal. Number of aircrafts and ships are reported being misplaced and disappeared mysteriously. There are several facts about Bermuda triangle but some shocking facts about Bermuda Triangle are worth knowing:

Fact No 1:

Did you know that Bermuda triangle is also known as The Devil’s Eye and The Hoodoo Sea.

Fact No 2:

The first person to find the Bermuda triangle was Christopher Columbus. He experienced strange radiations on compass and actually saw a fire ball in the sky.

Fact No 3:

The area of the Bermuda Triangle is said to be around 440,000 miles of sea. This is an area much larger than Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma combined.

Fact No 4:

Possible theories believe UFOs as the reason behind the mystery of Bermuda triangle.

Fact No 5:

In the Bermuda Triangle, compass will not point the true north.

Fact No 6:

Approximately over 1000 lives are taken by the mysterious Bermuda triangle.

Fact No 7:

The term “Bermuda Triangle” was first used in an article written by Vincent H. Gaddis for ARGOSY magazine in 1964.

Fact No 8:

USS Cyclops, Flight 19, 5 US Navy bombers and 14 Florida crewmen were the biggest disappearances of December 1945. 4 aircraft and 20 yachts go missing every year.

Fact No 9:

One of the pilots who have been there claimed that he lost 28 minutes after flying through a time-warping cloud tunnel. His plane went missing from radars, only to re-emerge in Miami Beach.

Fact No 10:

Yes this is one of the amazing facts about Bermuda Triangle is that People who have traveled to it have experienced electronic fog in the triangle. The fog is believed to be coming from a Time Travel Tunnel. Shocking? Isn’t it?

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Sana Khan

Sana Khan

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