Bermuda Triangle: why we don’t talk about it anymore
Here’s what lies behind the sudden decline of the Bermuda Triangle intrigues. A loosely defined oceanic area between Florida, Puerto Rico and Bermuda.
The fact that the Bermuda Triangle is never heard from again may be due to its resolution or because there is no real mystery to it. It is a loosely defined oceanic area between Florida, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda. On 5 December 1945 five US Avenger torpedo bombers disappeared over the alleged Bermuda Triangle, during average weather conditions and under the control of experienced pilots.
A radio message was intercepted around 4:00 pm between a pupil and their instructor. Their position was uncertain and perhaps the compass was lost. Shortly thereafter, the planes became lost somewhere east of Florida and were never seen again. In short, sinkings and disappearances before and after 1945 have been attributed to this mysterious place, where the planes had disappeared.
Another area, off the east coast of Japan, also has the same problem. It has the name of “Devil’s Sea” , given by the fishermen. A study that compiles the statistics on the most dangerous waters for navigation did not include the Bermuda Triangle in its top 10. In practice, the Bermuda Triangle is a place of disappearances mainly due to the mystery that hovers there due to people’s word of mouth . Not therefore purely for real sinkings and disappearances. We try to separate legends or rumors from reality.