Amazing Facts Of Bermuda Triangle Mystery
Introduction To Bermuda Triangle
Bermuda Triangle Mystery or The Devil’s Triangle is an obscure and unsolved mystery in the world. The reason behind the triangular shape of it is by spreading it in the North Atlantic Ocean, from Bermuda Island to Miami, USA and Puerto Rico. The Bermuda Triangle is not small, it covers an area of 1,300,000 to 3,900,000 km2 of sea therefore in this triangle a lot of peoples and numerous of small boats, ships and planes were disappeared but unfortunately, the reason behind all these disappears are unknown and not yet scientifically proved. One of the assumptions behind Bermuda Triangle Mystery is that compass points only to the true north instead of pointing to the magnetic north that makes a confusion about the directions and loses the direction.
Real Feeling and Possible Causes Of Bermuda Triangle Mystery
People’s have experienced an electronic fog in Bermuda triangle, which can be a time travel tunnel too. Pilot Bruce Gernon the only witness of actual Bermuda Triangle mystery claims that when he fly over the triangle along with his father in 1970 an elliptically shaped cloud started forming ahead of them about 3 miles off Andros Island and then they saw the cloud around them forming lines and slowly rotating and spiraling in anti-clockwise direction while propelling them forward. They started having a feeling of zero gravity and all navigational systems started to collapse. The plane went missing from radars, only to re-emerge in Miami Beach thereafter in his 31 years of research Bruce Gernon has discovered how he had flown those 100 miles in 30 minutes time. He said he had never seen the Earth or sky around him because, at that mean time, he was surrounded by something he called Electronic Fog. (Courtesy: The Fog by Bruce Gernon.)
An electronic fog is meant to be a grayish cloud of an electromagnetic field formed above the ocean and then the fog keeps moving with the ship or an aircraft, therefore, all the electronic systems get malfunctioned. Such an electronic fog is described to the malfunctioning of compass or radar systems and so the ship or an aircraft get engulfed to the ocean without any trace.
Deep Trenches and Whirlpools
Bermuda Triangle has more than one and great deep underwater trenches so this is one of the possible cause for the disappearances of boats and ships. Deep trenches can cause dangerous whirlpools thus churning water pull boats and ship to underwater.
A rough wave is an effect of deep water and strong currents. With the help of satellite imaginary researchers examine that rough waves at Bermuda Triangle can vary from 60 feet to 100 feet.
As of the black hole theory, oceanic black holes are very powerful and hard to spot. Anything that comes close to the oceanic black hole then nothing can escape from it because black hole attracts everything to it and destroy without any evidence.
Major Tragedies At Bermuda Triangle
In 1492Christopher Columbus was the first person who reports about the Bermuda Triangle Mystery, In his journals, he wrote that inside the triangle his ship’s compass stopped working and he saw a fireball in the sky.
The Sea Venture
In 1609 ship The Sea Venture got wrecked at near of the eastern end of Bermuda Island but luckily the commander Sir George Somers and his crew have survived to shores of Bermuda Island and that was the first human settlement on Bermuda Island.
Later one of the major disappearances was in 1945, five of US Navy Avenger Torpedo Bombers were flying from the Fort Lauderdale, Florida for a sortie to the island of Bimini after about 90 minutes, US Navy radio operators received a signal from the bombers that the compass was not working and then the communication was lost. Till yet the bombers were never be found and three planes that went for their rescue also disappeared.