The Bermuda Triangle, also referred to as the Devil?s Triangle is one of the biggest mysteries of our time. It is a section of the Atlantic Ocean which is known as a strange sea where a number of ships and planes have disappeared under mysterious circumstances, and which extends from Florida to the islands of Bermuda to Puerto Rico and then back to the east coast of Florida. Many stories and famous ships are connected to this Triangle legend and many authors wrote about the strange accidents in that region. In despite of the unexplained and paranormal incidents, there is still speculation as to what might have happened before long time.
This article is a description of Sir Francis Drake’s voyage, detailing the specific events that transpired throughout the voyage. Throughout this paper I will be comparing and contrasting these two voyages. Sir Francis Drake and Ferdinand de Magellan both had a fleet of five ships that accompanied them on their voyage. In both voyages only one of the ships survived with most of the crew being either lost of dead. Both Drake and Magellan had some trouble with their crew.
Columbus and Lindbergh: A Journey Across The Atlantic Christopher Columbus and Charles Lindbergh both made astonishing accomplishments in their careers by crossing the Atlantic Ocean, one by boat, and one by plane. Columbus crossed the Atlantic by boat, and Lindbergh crossed the Atlantic by plane. Columbus had three ships, the Santa Maria, the Pinta, and the Nina. These two men crossed the Atlantic Ocean for a variety of different reasons with one objective, to do something no one has ever done before.
For hundreds of years, the disappearance of the colony of Roanoke Island has been an impactful mystery and controversial issue. Many theories exist that could explain the disappearance of the colony, yet no one knows the true answer. The lost colony of Roanoke is one of the most significant events in American history and one of the most famous historical
The Lost City of Atlantis is often believed and often doubted. Around the time of 1,500 B.C. Poseidon led a large civilization that “sank into the Atlantic” after a major earthquake or also said to be a volcanic eruption. The City was sank by waves in one entire day and one entire night. Theme parks have been made to resemble the legend of the lost city. Plato’s Critias was a man who wrote the story telling every detail about Atlantis and how it came to be.
His voyage skirted the Southern edge of the Bermuda Triangle where he declared multiple compass malfunctions as well as strange lights in the horizon. Since then, there have been a number of reports about these phenomena, which led to many unexplained missing ships in the Bermuda Triangle zone. One of the greatest mysteries of the sea was the USS Cyclops, which happened in the Bermuda Triangle area in the early 20th century. The USS Cyclops was an American huge carrier ship that was commanded during World War II. Its first voyage during this time was to St. Nazaire, France in June 1917, returning to the United States the subsequent month.
Upon completed transfer of treasure they then tried to calculate of its worth which was above 1.5 million dollars. When narrator asked William about his conclusion about the treasure he replied that the paper in which beetle was placed was found on the beach by Jupiter happened to be a treasure map of the treasure of the pirate which was hidden in the paper, and it could become only visible when it was subjected to heat, as it had when the narrator was first told by the William about the bug. According to William Captain Kidd was a 17 century pirate who hid his treasure along the coast of Atlantic, which was never discovered, William further added that there was encrypted message on the page which he broke to reveal the secret code due to his habit of solving riddles. It was hypothetically revealed by William at the end that Kidd murdered the man that helped him hide the treasure to keep its location only to him on the page which he somehow
Topic: The Bermuda Triangle General Purpose: To persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience that Bermuda Triangle has some scientific reasons which effects a lot of mysterious incidents. Central idea: Despite it is a dangerous and mysterious place, but Bermuda Triangle has so much of attractive places to visit. INTRODUCTION I. Bermuda Triangle is a part which is situated in the North of Atlantic Oceon. The Bermuda Triangle covers about 500, 000 miles of the sea around the world. The Bermuda Triangle is roughly bounded by three places.
The Freaks Come out at Night Since humans have first gazed into the dark expanse of the night sky, night has stuck both fear and awe into us. We have tried to understand it for centuries, developing methods and sciences of both astrology and astronomy, which still thrive today. We have created stories and myths in order to explain the occurrence of night, as we did with other natural phenomenons that we did not have the technology to understand, such as the Egyptian myth that the sun god Ra captains a boat that sails through and illuminates the sky during the day, but returns to the underworld at night, bringing darkness to the sky. Our early ancestors learned to look for shelter and reclude during the night in fear of predators or any other dangers that could lurk in the darkness that we would
"A mystery conceals something we don 't know therefore it represents something new to discover" (Quasar). Bermuda triangle is a piece of land in the shape of a triangle located in the west of the North Atlantic Ocean. The triangles meeting points are located in Miami, Florida and the mid-Atlantic island of Bermuda. Besides being a long and large stretch of land, the Bermuda triangle is a big harbor for ships, and is still being used as a pathway for ships, but the Bermuda triangle is most famous for its mysterious ships and planes disappearances which attracted the attention of many worldwide. Known as the sea graveyard for many accidents, the Bermuda triangle created a huge debate on the nature of the accidents.
Secondly, their are many explanations for the Bermuda Triangle 's allegations of unusual disappearances. The first one would be UFOs which is believed by some and completely ignored by others. The first person to bring this possibility to the table is Steven Spielberg, creator of the film: "Close Encounters of the Third Kin". The second explanation is compass variations. Many believe that their are some unusual local magnetic anomalies that may exist in the area of the Bermuda Triangle.
In the summer of 1947, there was a day that caused a lot of speculation and hysteria in Roswell, a city in New Mexico. On that day, June 14th, 1947, an unknown object crash-landed into a ranch in the city of Roswell, New Mexico, leaving a huge amount of debris. There were many people that did not know what to make of this, and asked themselves, “Was that an alien crash or was it something else?” Many people claimed that it was from an unidentified flying object, or UFO, but others believe it is something less interesting. However, the hype of the incident was silenced until 1979 after the U.S. government officially declared that the debris was nothing more than the debris of a weather balloon.
“A strange force has sucked all of the water out of the Atlantic Ocean,” said a news reporter. “It is currently unknown what force has caused this, but it is thought to have something to do
For the past seven years, a small town in New Hampshire called Exeter has been getting together to celebrate a famous UFO sighting that happened over 50 years ago. ”THE INCIDENT AT EXETER” The 1965 UFO sighting in Exeter, New Hampshire started when an 18-year-old man named Norman Muscarello reported a UFO sighting to police. This event, cleverly named “The Incident at Exeter,” drew so much attention from the nation that the Air Force launched an official investigation to get to the bottom of what happened that night. READ ABOUT MORE UFO SIGHTINGS HERE
“Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492” ring a bell? Columbus explored land on the different side of the Atlantic everyone was located on which sparked many voyages to the other side. The biological encounter between the two sides of the Atlantic was known as the Columbian Exchange. The exchange involved food animals and most importantly disease spreading all over from Europe, America, and Spain.