Bermuda Triangle 1

The Bermuda Triangle, 1



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Perhaps the most famous — or infamous — of all the world’s mysterious places is the Bermuda Triangle.

For decades, this stretch of ocean covering over five-hundred thousand (500,000) square miles (1,300,000 square kilometers), located between Miami, Florida; Puerto Rico; and Bermuda, has baffled scientists, experienced sailors and even military investigators.

Philip Coppens, Author and Investigative Journalist: “Planes disappearing, various kinds of strange lights being seen; a whole bunch of weirdness, all conglomerating into this very tight corner of the Atlantic.”

Micheal Bara, Author, The ChoiceShips have shown up absolutely empty, so sign of any struggle, yet the crew has just vanished.”

Gian J. Quasar, Author, They Flew into Oblivion: “This is something that’s very real. They exist in records. They now all gone. In fair weather.

That is not supernatural phenomenon, to me — that is something unexplained.”

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What cause ships and planes to disappear without a trace?

Why have navigational and aeronautical equipment stopped working or changed course by itself?

Historical shipping records show that the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle are much older than many people realize.

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Ever since the earliest days of oceanic exploration, sailors have witnessed strange sights.

Jason Martell, Author, Knowledge Apocalypse: “Really, the awareness of the Bermuda Triangle started with Christopher Columbus. Being such an esoteric navigator and a well-respected sailor, his log, traversing to the New World is very accurate.

It turns out, just as Columbus got into the area known as the Bermuda Triangle, he recorded having compass malfunctions. The following night, he saw a large fireball hit the ocean.”

Philip Coppens, Author and Investigative Journalist: “He saw strange lights. He saw strange weather phenomena happening there. So it’s definitely a case that the story of the Bermuda Triangle is not some just some modern or some urban myth at the threshold of the twentieth century.

It is as old as accounts of people going into that area.”

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About four-hundred and fifty (450) years after Columbus, on December fifth, 1945, the US military experienced the Bermuda Triangle’s most perplexing mystery.

At two o’clock in the afternoon, five US Navy torpedo bombers flew from a naval base in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on a routine training exercise.

But not long into the two-hour mission . . . all five planes were suddenly gone.

The mystery was compounded when the navy sent out a rescue plane. And it too disappeared.

Six planes . . . all flown by skilled pilots . . . had vanished into oblivion.

Gian J. Quasar, Author, They Flew into Oblivion:: “That struck everyone as very odd. This is now the modern era: We have radar. We have radio. Still five aircraft vanished.”

Philip Coppens, Author and Investigative Journalist: “Now the question is ‘Where have all of them gone?’ It’s as if they have been snapped out of our reality into something else. And of course, what that something else is, that’s the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle.”

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1. The Bermuda Triangle covers a small area. True or false? What are its points?

2. Is the Bermuda Triangle a normal stretch of ocean? What has happened there?

3. Do scientists know everything about the Bermuda Triangle? They can explain all the phenomena there?

4. The strange occurrences in the Bermuda Triangle began in the modern era. Is this right or wrong?

5. Christopher Columbus was a very smart and serious person, so he said or wrote nothing out of the ordinary (strange occurrences). Is this correct or incorrect?

6. Describe the most profound or famous event in the Bermuda Triangle.

7. Did the program or report interview scientists, ship captains and airplane pilots?


A. I have traveled through the Bermuda Triangle. I have visited the Bermuda Triangle. I have been to the Bermuda Triangle. Yes or no? Would you like to go there?

B. What might account for all the strange occurrences in the Bermuda Triangle? Why have some airplanes and ships disappeared over the Bermuda Triangle?

C. Have there been mysterious phenomena in your country?

D. What should people and governments do?

E. What might happen in the future?




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