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The Bermuda Triangle

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on 17 December 2016

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Stories/rumors
There are many stories about the Bermuda Triangle. Such as: disappearing planes, ghost ships and many more
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Methane Gas
Methane Gas Theory
Large amount of methane gas is known to exist below the ocean floor trapped in the sediments in form of methane hydrates. If such gas finds its way out and starts rising through the water, it can significantly reduce the density of water in that area. And ships passing over that area can sink in no time. Such gas release can also create explosions and saturate the atmosphere with methane gas causing planes to crash.
Electric fog

Electronic Fog: A Hutchison effect

It has been heard several times that ships and aircraft get engulfed in some kind of electronic fog and the fog keeps moving along with the ship or the plane. And eventually, all the electronic equipment and other instruments start malfunctioning. Then the ships and airplanes either disintegrate or disappear without a trace. Vancouver based scientist John Hutchison through his experiments has shown occurrence of Electronic Fog that causes some strange phenomena.
The Bermuda Triangle
By William Chiswick
What is the Bermuda Triangle?
It is:

The Bermuda Triangle (sometimes also referred to as the Devil's Triangle) is a stretch of the Atlantic Ocean bordered by a line from Florida to the islands of Bermuda, to Puerto Rico and then back to Florida. It is one of the biggest mysteries of our time - that perhaps isn't really a mystery
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The five avengers lost on December 5th, 1945 are sometimes known as "The Lost Squadron."

Thank you for watching :-D
Oh, and I don't think the Bermuda Triangle is part of the Illuminati
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