This article will be covering the infamous area off the coast of Florida, which has ‘devoured’ numerous aircraft, sea vessels and their crew…
What happens when you enter the Bermuda Triangle?
Let’s take a closer look at the paranormal location known as the ‘Devil’s Triangle’….
The first person to coin the phrase ‘Bermuda Triangle’, was an author by the name of Vincent Gaddis, in 1964.
He published an article in an issue of a Pulp magazine that covered a well known area of the Atlantic Ocean that was infamous for ‘erasing’ numerous aircraft and ships.
The title of this now famous article was The Deadly Bermuda Triangle.
This article pushed the Devil’s Triangle into the public’s eye, and it immediately became popular due to it’s reputed mysterious vanishings and stories of supernatural elements.
The legend of the Bermuda Triangle actually stretches back as far as 1492, when Christopher Columbus sailed through the area.
The famous discoverer actually included the triangle area/location in his notes, claiming that his crew kept on seeing strange lights in the sky, and his boat’s equipment started to malfunction.
The Torpedo Bombers
One of the most famous incidents linked to the area involved five torpedo bombers who were on a routine training mission on the 5th of December, 1945.
They were leaving Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to head towards Barbados and back – it was a training mission that would qualify the pilots to fly over water.
The planes never returned to base.
Later investigations showed that transmissions between the pilots and their base suggested that the plane’s compasses were going haywire.
They insisted that they were not that far away from Florida…radio contact was lost soon after.
A rescue boat was dispatched to find their wrecked remains, but that boat also disappeared with 13 crew members, 27 minutes later.
A UFO Hotspot?
Over the years there have been numerous public reports of UFO’s in the Bermuda Triangle area – some of these UFO’s have even been spotted under the surface of the water!
Funnily enough, there is actually a restricted naval facility on an island near the triangle – it is apparently called the AUTEC base.
Research tells us that AUTEC stands for Atlantic Undersea Test & Evaluation Center.
Many ufologists firmly believe that AUTEC is the maritime version of Area 51 – a oceanic version of the secret base that is said to house UFO technology.
The Atlantis Connection
A very famous psychic named Edgar Cayce believed that the legend of Atlantis was based on truth…and that the fabled city actually sits beneath the waves of the Bermuda Triangle.
This theory was recently modernized, and many paranormal experts now believe that the crystals that were said to power Atlantis, are the force that is behind the mysterious Triangle disappearances.
Over the last couple of decades, there have also been a few ‘images’ floating around the information superhighway. These images are supposed to show pyramid structures picked up on sonar, in the depths of the Triangle.
Another popular Triangle ‘theory’ is that a massive rouge wave appears from time to time – wiping out all in it’s path. These waves are thought to be accompanied by freak lightening streaks in the sky above – bringing down aircraft.
Certain psychics who have traveled through the area have brought up another interesting theory…
They believe that the spirits of dead African slaves are rising from the deep to exact revenge for their execution – being thrown overboard.
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