Bermuda Triangle Mysteries

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On December 5, 1945, Flight 19 became one of the biggest mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle. This was the nineteenth flight to take off from the Naval Air Station in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The flight was set out to perform a basic training regime over the Atlantic Ocean. During the flight, the pilot’s compass was moving erratically and they could not figure out which direction to go. They were trying to talk to other commanders over their radios, but the connection was slowly fading. As they thought they were moving west in the right direction, they were actually moving north farther into the Atlantic. As they kept moving farther into the ocean, their connection was starting to get lost. In the end, the plane never made it back and no one knows what happened to it after doing several searches (Quasar 14-19). This is just one of the many mysteries that has taken place within the Bermuda Triangle. There are numerous speculations as to why this area of land causes so many accidents. Some say that it is the climate and nature of the ocean, while others say it is involved with paranormal activity. The Bermuda Triangle is outlined in the Atlantic Ocean that covers the areas of Miami, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda, hence the name it was given. As it is also called, the Devil’s Triangle, the total area is roughly about 3,900,000 km2 (“The Bermuda Triangle”). This area of sea is a popular route for many ships or planes flying over. As it is heavily traveled, multiple ships
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