The Urmuda Triangle: The Bermuda Triangle

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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.
Some authors wrote about the reasons behind the disappearance about these ships and planes. They suggested
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That day, the weather was fine with high visibility, and the plane was 50 miles away of Florida when it had disappeared with its 3 crew members and 29 passengers. Although communications in 1948 were unreliable, it was known that the plane?s batteries were not fully charged causing the unsuccessful messages and distress…show more content…
Five torpedo bombers which had a routine practice mission lifted into the air from the Naval Air Station in Florida. When they had completed the objective, the flight plan called for them to fly east, and then north and finally straight back to base to conduct more practice bombing runs. This course would take them on a triangular path over the sea. The commander, Taylor, tried to send a radio transmission to the control tower indicating that his compasses were not working, but he was sure the flight was somewhere over Florida. That day, he was heading toward the Bahamas. Back then, in 1945, planes had to depend on knowing their starting point, how long and fast they had flown and in what direction in case the pilot got lost. If a pilot made a mistake with any of these figures, there were no landmarks to set him right. Taylor was known as an experienced pilot, but apparently he had become confused at some point in this flight. The pilots of Flight 19 were trying to get Taylor to change course, but unfortunately Taylor was flying in the wrong direction. Despite the extensive searches, the 5 planes of Flight 19 were never found, and nor were any bodies recovered. They might have ditched into the sea of Florida. Few hours after the 5 planes disappearing, another plane was sent on a rescue mission. The pilot of that plane made a routine call indicating his position, and which was the last call

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