What Happens In Bermuda Triangle | Are Aliens Living There?



On the 5th of December,1945, 14 navy airmen left florida and took to the skies 5 torpedo bombers, on what was supposed to be a routine 2 hour return flight as part of a training exercise, known as Flight 19. But 1 hour and 45 minutes into the journey, the flight's leader, Lieutenant Charles Taylor, radioed the control tower, alerting them that something was dreadfully wrong.Taylor reported that all 3 of his compasses had malfunctioned.

Taylor said, "We don't know which way is west. Everything is wrong. Even the ocean doesn't look as it should"

Flying over the western part of the North Atlantic ocean and What's now called the Bermuda Triangle, Flight 19 was never seen again. Later that same evening  a search plane was sent in a desperate attempt to locate the missing flight and guide them back to base. But just 27 minutes after take off, the search plane and it's 13 men crew also became lost to the Bermuda Triangle.

Surreal activities in the Bermuda Triangle have been reported since 1492, when the crew of explorer Christopher Columbus edged ever closer to what he would call, "The New World". Columbus log reported seeing strange lights, whilst the sea took on an eerie calm before rising high without wind. He also noted that the ship's compass gave erratic readings, which panicked the already restless crew.

What Is Bermuda Triangle

Situated between Florida, Bermuda and Puerto Rico, the name Bermuda Triangle was coined by author Vincent Gaddis, in a 1964 article in the magazine Argosy, to explain the perceived phenomena of airplanes and ships going missing without a trace and without explanation.

He was compelled by mysteries such as Flight 19 and the USS Cyclops, which got lost at sea off the cost of Barbados in 1918, resulting in the loss of 306 loves, the biggest loss of life in US Navy history, not related to combat.

Gaddis reported that the Bermuda Triangle is a true mystery and that even the US Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard investigators have admitted they are baffled by it.

In the last century alone 1,000 ships and planes have disappeared without a trace within the 500,000 square miles of the Bermuda Triangle. Despite no wreckage to attain evidence, there are endless theories about the disastrous paranormal mechanism involved in the Bermuda Triangle.

Mysterious Events

The area surrounding the Bermuda triangle has one of the highest incidences of UFO sightings, which has led some conspiracy theorists to concede that missing aircraft fall victim to alien abduction or even absorbed by portals to other dimensions.

 This has been suggested in explaining the story of the Ellen Austin, an American vessel that was found deserted schooner on the Atlantic Ocean. In order to capture the schooner for themselves, member of crew from the Ellen Austin agreed to man the ship back to shore,but during the journey the two ships separated and when they reunited the schooner was once again deserted, the crew of the schooner had once again vanished without a trace.

Author Gian Quasar believes that electromagnetic anomalies in the area's atmosphere have been responsible for historic compass breakdowns.
He describes the electronic fog as "Something that will seize the aircraft and travel with you. You are not flying into the fog, it is flying with you"

What U.S and Scientists Says

Despite the mystery that surrounds the Bermuda Triangle, the U.S Coast Guard states that the majority of disappearance can be attributed to human error of the area's unique natural features and no studies have found conclusive evidence for the unusual anomalies in the area.

To complicate the issue the Gulf Stream essentially acts as a river within the Atlantic Ocean, it flows through the Straits of Florida into the North Atlantic and it's powerful current is a possible explanation for why there is no debris from the ship and plane wreckages, which may be by strong waters, erasing any evidence of disaster.

The tropical weather system in the Caribbean-Atlantic can be unpredictable and the Bermuda Triangle happens to cover the same area as hurricane alley, an area of warm water and high humidity which is the source of devastating storms and hurricanes. Also located in the Bermuda Triangle is the Puerto Rico Trench, the deepest part of the Atlantic Ocean where the sea floor is up to 28,373 ft deep, suggesting any aircraft or ship destroyed in the Bermuda Triangle would sink so far from the surface it would never be reached.

Although the U.S government insists that the Bermuda Triangle doesn't exist, in 1964, the same year the term Bermuda Triangle was coined, the U.S government began construction of AUTEC, an underwater American Base within the Bermuda Triangle, off the coast of the Bahamas. This further strengthened the suspicion that the area hosts mysterious properties.

Since the 1960's the U.S have used this base to conduct underwater tests, research and in-air tracking, raising question about what exactly they are monitoring done there. Despite there being valid reasons to explain the apparent phenomena of the Bermuda Triangle, the U.S coast guard argue that the area is one of the most heavily travelled shipping lanes in the world and the disappearances in the area are proportionally no more frequent than anywhere else in the world.

But whether or not the Bermuda Triangle exists, it symbolises the reality that, despite all we know of the world and despite all our advancement of tracking devices. our world is still large enough for our ships and planes to disappear without a trace.


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