The Bermuda Triangle Is Still One of The Most Mysterious Places on Earth

The Bermuda Triangle is historically one of the most dangerous places on all of the seven seas. Located between the points of Bermuda, Puerto Rico, and Florida, it's also known as the Devil's Triangle. Its reputation is well-deserved due to the countless weather disasters and shipwrecks that have taken place within its borders...

Shrouded in Mystery

The Bermuda Triangle is most famous for confusing sailors and sinking their ships. Countless stories of navigation going faulty and a cloudy mist or tropical storm suddenly overtaking the crew are some of the most common tales to come out of the Triangle, if anyone is lucky enough to make it out alive. Its stories have captivated people for centuries...


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