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Is the Bermuda Triangle really a dangerous place?
Includes bibliographical references (p. 39) and index.
|Statement||Melissa Stewart ; illustrations by Colin W. Thompson|
|Series||Is that a fact?|
|Contributions||Thompson, Colin W., ill|
|LC Classifications||GC21.5 .S745 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||2010031568|
The mystery behind the Bermuda Triangle may have finally been cracked. The , km square stretch in the North Atlantic Ocean has been blamed for the disappearance of . The Bermuda Triangle has been linked to a number of mysterious disappearances dating back to Is the Bermuda Triangle Really Dangerous? This Place is Even More Strange Than Bermuda.
The legend of the dangerous Bermuda Triangle hasn't been around that long. Live Science tells us the name was coined in by a writer named Vincent Gaddis. It didn't come into popular use until even later, but once it did, the idea that flying or sailing over a small part of the Atlantic Ocean equaled imminent danger was huge. Think of the Bermuda Triangle. So, chances are good your mind went right to the paranormal. And you probably thought about aliens, sea monster or the lost city of Atlantis. Because folks have named all of these as explanations for what happens in that ,square-mile area in the middle of the Atlantic. But now scientists [ ].
This book was a result of his extensive research on numerous incidents (over 50) that reportedly took place in Bermuda Triangle between and Most of his research was based on referring newspapers of the periods, checking out the meteorological reports of the days the incidents took place, interacting with many Naval officers and crew etc. The Bermuda Triangle is a popular place for works of fiction to place mysterious events, especially the disappearances of ships and airplanes (sometimes in connection with other Stock Unsolved Mysteries, such as the fate of the crew of the Mary Celeste).Often, it will turn out that something really weird is involved with the area, such as aliens, paranormal activity, Eldritch Abominations.
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Is the Bermuda Triangle Really Dangerous. "The ocean has always been a mysterious place to humans, and when foul weather or poor navigation is involved, it can be a very deadly place," NOAA.
The Bermuda Triangle is subject to frequent tropical storms and hurricanes. The Gulf Stream—a strong ocean current known to cause sharp changes in local weather—passes through the Bermuda Triangle. The deepest point in the Atlantic Ocean, the Milwaukee Depth, is located in the Bermuda Triangle.
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The Bermuda Triangle (also known as the Devil's Triangle) is an area bounded by points in Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico where ships.
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There are at least 11 other mysterious places. the Bermuda Triangle is really. Bermuda Triangle, section of the North Atlantic Ocean off North America in which more than 50 ships and airplanes are said to have mysteriously disappeared.
The area, whose boundaries are not universally agreed upon, has a vaguely triangular shape marked by the southern U.S. coast, Bermuda. The ocean has always been a mysterious place to humans, and when foul weather or poor navigation is involved, it can be a very deadly place.
This is true all over the world. There is no evidence that mysterious disappearances occur with any greater frequency in the Bermuda Triangle than in any other large, well-traveled area of the ocean. Get this from a library. Is the Bermuda Triangle really a dangerous place?: and other questions about the ocean.
[Melissa Stewart; Colin W Thompson] -- Discusses facts and myths about the ocean and ocean life, including whether the world's oceans contain ten million tons of gold, whether blue whales are the loudest animals on Earth, and whether it.
Sometimes called the Devil’s Triangle or Hurricane Alley, this is a region found in the western parts of the North Atlantic Ocean.
The area of the Bermuda Triangle is heavily traveled by a large number of boats and planes, so many believe that it makes sense that a lot of accidents happen there just by chance, as opposed to less-traveled areas. Here are 5 Places More Dangerous Than the Bermuda Triangle.
Our planet is a strange and wonderful place, filled with marvelous spectacles that inspire and thrill us. But some areas on our planet have a darker history. The Bermuda Triangle is a best-selling book by Charles Berlitz which popularized the belief of the Bermuda Triangle as an area of ocean prone to disappearing ships and airplanes.
The book sold nearly 20 million copies in 30 languages. In the book, Charles elaborates upon several theories for the purported disappearances. The Bermuda Triangle has always been a mysterious place to humans, and when bad weather or poor navigation is involved, it can be a very deadly place.
This is true all over the world. The Devil’s Sea (or Dragon’s Triangle, take your pick of which sounds more ominous) is an area of the Pacific Ocean as riddled with strange happenings as its Atlantic counterpart near d off the coast of Japan, it’s been the site of countless claims of unexplained phenomena including magnetic anomalies, inexplicable lights and objects, and of course, mysterious.
When you take an event, hype it up %, add a healthy dose of mystery and intrigue, some people will react to it with amazement and curiosity and others with fear and much trepidation of the unknown. We cruise, carry cargo and fly over those wat. In John Wallace Spencer wrote a book called Limbo of the Lost specifically about the Triangle and, two years later, a feature documentary on the subject, The Devil's Triangle, was released.
These, along with the bestseller The Bermuda Triangle, published inpermanently registered the legend of the "Hoodoo Sea" within popular culture.
The mystery of the Bermuda Triangle dates back to at least when Christopher Columbus (while on a voyage to America) noted some seriously strange shit going down.
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