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Bermuda Devils Triangle The Bermuda Triangle is a triangular area in the Atlantic Ocean bounded by Miami Bermuda and Puerto Rico Many people believed that people ships and planes have mysteriously vanished in this area The size of the triangle varies from 500000 square miles Some trace the mystery back to the time of Columbus Bermuda Triangle estimates range from about 200 to no more than 8000 distress calls in the area and that there have been more than 50 ships and 20 planes to go down in the Bermuda Triangle within the last century Many people think Bermuda Triangle is made of Evil extraterrestrial residue crystals from Atlantis evil humans with anti-gravity devices or other weird technologies and vile vortices from the fourth dimension Strange magnetic fields and oceanic flatulence are favorites among the technically minded Weather bad luck pirates explosive cargoes incompetent navigators and other natural and human causes are favorites among skeptical investigators Is Bermuda Triangle fact or fiction and how people react to the Bermuda Triangle Devils Triangle The first appearance of the Bermuda Triangle was 1492 In that time people were afraid of sailing They didnt know any thing about other side of ocean Christopher Columbus sailed through the area in 1492 It is reported that Columbuss compass went bezerk and that he and his crew saw weird lights in the sky When he was sailing he saw a great flame of fire that crash into the ocean Columbus and crew also spotted a meteor hitting the waterIt was not that uncommon to see shooting stars and the like The meteor was noted in Columbus log mainly because of the sizeColumbus also logged a report of seeing lights in the distance on October 11 He called for one of his men who also saw the light When a third man finally came the light had vanishedBerlitz 202 The light that appeared in sky was first appearance of the
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