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For years many planes and ships have disappeared in the area of the Bermuda Triangle In my essay Im going to try to find out and tell you my fellow students why this phenomenon is occurring The Bermuda Triangle is an area in the world located to the Southeast of the United States and it is also referred to as the Devils Triangle The triangle is formed by drawing imaginary lines from Melbourne Florida to Bermuda to Puerto Rico and back to Melbourne Florida The area of the triangle is 440000 square miles One of the many controversial things about the Bermuda Triangle is that there have never been any wreckage or bodies found from any reported missing boat or plane But there have been discoveries of planes with bodies in them on the bottom of the ocean off the coasts None of the found planes were reported missing That could be because of the numerous amounts of planes that disappear in the Bermuda Triangle Charles Berlitz explains the number that disappear In the period 1974-76 more than six hundred yachts and other pleasure craft have disappeared off the coasts of the United States a considerable percentage of these losses occurring within the Bermuda Triangle13 He also talks about an interview with the press Recently during a press interview in San Francisco I was asked by a reporter whether any disappearances had been noted recently I replied that a plane had vanished the previous weekend suggesting that the disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle far from being a footnote to the past history of the sea are still continuing on the average of a plane about every two weeks and a ship or yacht almost weekly15 There are many disappearances within the Bermuda Triangle that we cant be told about Only because they happen to the Navy or the Coast Guard These probable reasons include the following 1 Some incidents may take place in
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