Bermuda Triangle

Nae's Nest —  December 15, 2012 — 3 Comments

Unexplained Mysteries of The World:
Bermuda Triangle  (more on this article at

Unexplained MysteriesThe Bermuda Triangle is held responsible for the disappearance of countless airplanes and boats in the ocean between Florida, San Juan, and Bermuda. This area is one of the most heavily sailed shipping lanes in the world, with vessels crossing through daily for ports in the Americas, Europe and the Caribbean Islands.

So why do people think there are unexplained mysteries going on in this vast triangle of ocean?

Over the years, there have been a huge number of disappearances that happened in mysterious circumstances, supposedly falling beyond the possibilities of human error, equipment failure or natural disasters. Many paranormal theories talk of a suspension of the laws of physics.

For instance, the first unexplained event occurred in the 1950s when the story of Flight 19 came to light, detailing a group of five US Navy bombers on a training mission. The flight leader was reported to have said: “We are entering white water, nothing seems right. We don’t know where we are, the water is green, no white.” It was also claimed that Navy officials said the planes “flew off to Mars”.

So, do multiple airplane and boat disappearances over a patch of ocean count as unexplained mysteries? Skeptics say no. They point out that such incidents have been greatly embellished, that ships have sunk in many places, and the Bermuda Triangle is responsible for no more disappearances than any other area of ocean.

Phew. Now we can all go vacation in the Caribbean in peace…

Nae's Nest


I find myself "Dancing With Cancer", problem is...I can't dance. I stumble, bumble, and get pulled along. To keep my sanity, (humor me), I write short stories, a journal, musings and poetry....just about anything goes.

3 responses to Bermuda Triangle


    It’s so interesting!!!!

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