The Bermuda Triangle is a region of the Atlantic Ocean between Bermuda and Florida, where ships and planes have mysteriously disappeared. Vincent Gaddis, who wrote about the disappearances, named the region:
‘the deadly Bermuda Triangle’.
The he legend of the Bermuda Triangle was uncovered when E.V.W. Jones, a reporter, penned an article on a strange occurrence he had stumbled across. It seemed that an unusual number of planes and ships had been disappearing in the ocean between Florida and Bermuda.
Over the years, more than 200 separate mysterious disappearances have been attributed to the Bermuda Triangle. No trace was ever found of the crafts, or their passengers.
The disappearance of Flight 19, ranks at the very top of Bermuda Triangle lore. In, 1945, five Navy planes vanished while on a routine train ing mission over the Atlantic.
The media really went over board putting forward theories as to what might have hap pened at Bermuda Triangle. The theories range from attacks by sea monsters, to freak killer waves, and kidnap pings by aliens.
However, later studies reveal that most of the incidents have been inaccurately reported, and many agencies have declared that the number and nature of disappearances in the region is similar to any other area of the sea.