Essay On Bermuda Triangle Conspiracy

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WHY PEOPLE FEAR THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE (Behind the Illuminati of course) Ryland N. J. Bass Lieutenant Charles C. Taylor and his “Flight 19” Navy Avenger Torpedo bombers crew disappeared over the oceanic area between the Florida keys and Puerto Rico known as the Bermuda Triangle on December 5, 1945, during a test flight, without a known cause, trace, or hint of where the wreckage was. On the 5 of December, “Flight 19” radio signals disappeared over the strange area. No messages, distress signals or any sign of struggle was ever heard by the Pilot crew or the workers at Naval base. The search lasted 3 weeks.Official navy reporters described it “as if the they had flown to mars.” The ships remain lost and unfound. Searchers and researchers were…show more content…
“These and other modern mysteries have established a roll of about 135 persons who went forth confidently into a world they thought small," he said. However, others people believe the Conspiracy to be a joke. They claim it as “Just another unlucky spot in the ocean.” Some even considered the disappearances to be “hoaxed” or faked, and the government covered up the truth. One of the Main Conspirators against the conspiracy, Larry Kusche, discovered key facts against the Conspiracy. He argued, “The number of ships and aircraft reported missing in the area was not significantly greater, proportionally speaking, than in any other part of the ocean. Kusche also uncovered information on why they happened and why the ships and planes ended up lost and never found, such as “In an area frequented by tropical cyclones, the number of disappearances that did occur were, for the most part, neither disproportionate, unlikely, nor mysterious.” People still believed it was real. Due to the many disappearances, they thought that just weather couldn 't be the main cause, and that there had to be much more to the cause. Furthermore, they thought that there may never be a
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