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The Mystery Of Bermuda Triangle, Researchers Reveal Something About It – Take A Look


The world is such a mysterious place. Even with the technology in today’s generation, there are still many questions left unanswered that are happening in the world up to this day. If there is one mystery that really frightens people especially sailors and pilots is the Bermuda Triangle.


The Bermuda Triangle is located off the South-Eastern coast of United States in the Atlantic Ocean. According to the website Bermuda-Attractions, “the area is bounded by Miami (in Florida, USA), San Juan (in Puerto Rico), and the north-Atlantic island Bermuda.”

Now, why exactly sailors and pilots are being afraid of entering these areas? According to many reports before, there are many ships that have sunken in the deep waters of the area or most of them had trouble with communications and navigation upon entering.

Here’s a video showing some of the mysteries that have happened in the Bermuda Triangle.

Also, aircrafts are said to be pulled down by a certain “strong gravity” that no one can still explain.

According to a theory by scientists on a written article in Metro, it states that there are many craters to be found in the Bermuda triangle. They said that the “half mile-wide craters are 150ft deep and are believed to have been created by methane building up and popping under the seabed.

Arctic University of Norway researchers told the Sunday Times as quoted in Metro, “multiple giant craters exist on the sea floor in an area in the west-central Barents Sea … and are probably a cause of enormous blowouts of gas.”

“The crater area is likely to represent one of the largest hotspots for shallow marine methane release in the Arctic,” they added.

Still, as of now, the thing happening in the Bermuda Triangle remains big mysteries waiting to be discovered in the coming days.

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