LOCATION -- LOCATION
I'm not afraid send me back to the Bermuda
One of the biggest mysteries is how did so many strange occurences happen
is such a small part of the world?
The answer is simple. They didn't! What?!?
You thought all those authors were being 100% honest.
Hey they were just trying to make an honest buck or two.
Lets take a look at some of the more "notorious disappearances".
- The Bella
- Lost of the coast of Sao Roque Brazil, about
2,000 miles south of the Triangle.
- The Mary Celeste
- Found abandoned near the Azores.
That's on the opposite side of the Atlantic Ocean.
- The Atalanta
- No location is known.
It left Bermuda heading towards England (away from the Triangle).
it was presumed lost in the middle of the ocean.
- The Freya
- Lost off the Western coast of Mexico in the PACIFIC
Ocean. Was never even in the Atlantic Ocean
- The Cylops
- Lost in a storm of the coast of New Jersey
- Raifuku Maru
- Lost off the coast of
Manhatten Island New York in a major storm
Another ship acually watched it go down
- The Globemaster Airplane (1950)
- Went down off the coast of Ireland
The British York Transport (1953
- Lost somewhere on a flight from the Azores to New Foundland.
Never entered the Triangle
- USS Scorpion Nuclear Sub.
- Sank and found near the Azores
- V A Fogg
- Sank and found near coast of Galveston Texas
(Gulf of Mexico)
I could go on and probably will.