MemberMay 8, 2021 at 4:40 pm::
The triangle formed in the Atlantic Ocean with Florida, Bermuda and Puerto Rico as its territories, the so-called “Bermuda Triangle” has become very popular with ships and planes that have disappeared for no reason.
The idea escaped after World War II, when a few writers caught up in this loss to raise unreasonable power in the work, pointing out that this could be the result of extraordinary events or the work of extraterrestrial creatures.
The Mystery of Flight 19, a group of five torpedo bombers that went missing without a contract or reason in 1945, added momentum to this fantasy. In a general article on the story surrounding the triangle, one commentator suggested that the American investigation board said the Flight 19 plane “flew to Mars”.
In fact the Bermuda Triangle is one of the busiest shipping lanes in the world, so the number of ships and planes lost here is equal to the number lost in the rest of the world.
The region regularly sees violent storms, which also help to explain the sudden and seemingly unexplained loss of ships and planes.