Published June 19, 2007
by iUniverse, Inc. .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||130|
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That, however, was a bad year for Bermuda Triangle debunking, because Charles Berlitz’s book The Bermuda Triangle, published in , was on its way to selling 20 million copies in 30 :// Treasure hunters working a corner of the Bermuda Triangle may have ended one of the deepest mysteries of the last 45 years with the announcement that they had found five World War II planes Bermuda Triangle has always been in news because of several paranormal activities, which loss of lives and ships. The mystery of Bermuda Triangle still remains unsolved. We bright you 5 most interesting stories of the Bermuda triangle which truly depict the enigma that surrounds this :// /5-famous-mysterious-stories-of-the-bermuda-triangle. The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the “Devil’s Triangle”, is said to have claimed at least human lives, 20 planes and 50 ships in the past years. On average, five planes continue
BERMUDA TRIANGLE 1. THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE- UNSOLVED MYSTERY 2. GROUP MEMBERS: • IFRAH AHMED • MAHRUKH KHAN • MARYAM NAZEER • RAMSHA TAREEN • SOHAIBA SOHAIL 3. THE INTRODUCTION: • World Ocean keeps many secrets, the first among them is the mystery of the BERMUDA TRIANGLE, where many ships and airplanes have disappeared in the visible The Bermuda Triangle, as we call it today, was coined by the writer Vincent Gaddis in when he wrote a cover story for Argosy magazine about the strange disappearance of Flight Also known as 'The Devil's Triangle' or the 'Isle of Devils', the Bermuda Triangle is popularly thought to be an area in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida to one small island in Bermuda to an island in The S.S. Cotopaxi vanished without a trace in – and entered Bermuda Triangle folklore. The mysterious disappearance of a century-old ship has been described as one of the “[Bermuda] Triangle’s biggest secrets,” according to USA Today. But now, almost years after the vessel first vanished, a group of scientists have made a stunning El Faro, a foot cargo ship with 33 crew members aboard, went missing Thursday in the Bermuda Triangle during Hurricane Joaquin. (Tote Maritime/Handout/REUTERS)