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The Bermuda Triangle Mystery

Unsolved mysterys

robert bekowitz

on 7 December 2011

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Transcript of The Bermuda Triangle Mystery

The Bermuda Mystery By Robert Bekowitz Also known as the Devil's Triangle, this area of the world is the site of dozens of unexplained disappearances from cargo ships to aircraft. The most famous disappearance occurred on December 5th, 1945 when
a squadron of five U.S. torpedo bombers disappeared while on a training
mission off the coast of Florida. But before Flight 19 vanished, the flight commander was reported saying something very peculiar, "Everything looks strange, even the ocean... We are entering white water, nothing seems right." Hundreds of seamen and pilots were never
seen again after venturing into this area. Flight 19 Is this what Flight 19 saw before they vanished into the unknown? Shortly after Flight 19 disappeared, the U.S. government dispatched search and rescue aircraft to find the missing pilots. One of the search and rescue aircraft disappeared with
13 men onboard, never to be seen or heard from again. Who, or what, is responsible for the disappearances
of hundreds of people in the Bermuda Triangle? Many people have proposed many theories of
how hundreds of souls disappeared in this region. But what could be some possible explanations for all these disappearances? UFO abductions, time warps, or some natural phenomenon? My opinion for these disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle. I believe that storms are to blame for the loss of hundreds in this region. Many storms pass through the Bermuda Triangle, making the sky almost impossible to fly in and causing major changes in the ocean, tiping over ships and erasing any evidence of a disaster. What can we do to prevent any more disappearances? If you ever plan to venture into the Devil's Triangle, plan ahead, get baptized, and make a will. There is a good chance you won't be coming back. Sometimes, you can't prepare for the unexpected. If we can develop more accurate weather forecasting, we can warn every ship and aircraft in the Bermuda Triangle when there is a major storm aproaching before they are engulfed in a disaster. In Ecclesiastes 9:12 Solomon said, "Moreover, no one knows when their hour will come: As fish are caught in a cruel net, or bird are taken in a snare, so people are trapped by evil times that fall unexpectedly upon them." Every year, thousands of people travel through the Bermuda Triangle and nothing happens. But for the few hundreds that were unfortunate, they vanished unexpectedly into the abyss. No one knows when their time will come to leave this world. http://www.livescience.com/15177-gallery-bermuda-triangle.html?kw=GPPC_LiveScience, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bermuda_Triangle
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