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The Bermuda Triangle
Transcript of The Bermuda Triangle
The mystery of The Bermuda Triangle
Sudden weather changes
Underwater trenches causing Tsunamis from seismic activity
Pockets of gases causing ships to sink
Supernatural or alien presence in area
To this very day, the men were never found and the surviving evidence showed no trace to where their whereabouts are.
What, actually, happened?
Lieutenant Charles Taylor
More mysterious messages followed ...
‘I don’t know where we are. We must have got lost after that last turn.’
‘Everything looks strange, even the ocean,’ said one of the voices.
Another pilot could have been heard saying: ‘It looks like we’re entering white water…we’re completely lost.’
The final crackling message was heard...then, there was radio silence...
Nevertheless, surviving evidence proves more realistic explanations
Lieutenant Charles Taylor was heard complaining about the on-board compasses not working
Lieutenant Charles Taylor was unfamiliar with Lauderdale topography
Taylor’s words provided the first hint that Flight 19 was set on a trail of disaster.
‘I am sure I’m in the Florida Keys,’ he said to the other pilots.
’ But I don’t know how far down and I don’t know how to get to Fort Lauderdale.’
The build up of storm clouds after they departed
Bermuda Triangle: what happened to Flight 19? - BBC
Mystery of the Bermuda Triangle
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