About Bermuda Triangle
One of the most mysterious places of the world is Bermuda Triangle. It is a triangular area An area shaped like a dented trapezium. in Western part of North Atlantic Ocean. This area enclosed by the ends from Bermuda Island to Miami Florida and San Juan Puerto Rico. The Miami city accomplished the Triangle's easternmost end. Here hundreds of people, aircraft and watercrafts mysteriously disappear into air or beneath the water.
In a research US navy claimed that in real the Bermuda Triangle doesn't exist. Why is it such a mysterious place? What is the reason behind it? Where is Bermuda Triangle located and what is the length of this area? Is there a map? And do you get to confirm that when you cross the line and enter the area of Bermuda Triangle then what will be happen? Several types of questions arise in our mind.
Myths about Bermuda Triangle
Bermuda triangle is a very mysterious area on the Atlantic Ocean and there is a myth about this triangle that at this place several types of disappearances have occurred, many ships and planes passing over it have disappeared. In the last hundred years, approx thousand lives are lost. On an average, 20 yachts and 4 planes go missing every year. And there is no evidence of disappearance. So people believe that devil lives here therefore they also call it "devil's triangle". But no one knows the exact reason behind it. Why do all of these big transportation machine go missing, but there are some stories and myths prevailing. Most of the disappearances have mainly taken place around the southern boundary of the triangle between Puerto Rico and Florida.
Bermuda Triangle History
The mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle have been documented for centuries, the Bermuda Triangle's infamy first started with Christopher Columbus. He wrote in his journals that inside this area, the watercraft's compass stopped working and he saw a fireball in the sky too. According to Columbus , when he looked down at his compass and observed that his compass was giving strange readings that day was October 8, 1492. He didn't take it seriously and a he did not inform his crew too, because having a compass that didn't point to magnetic north may have sent the exactly on border crew into the wildly unthinking behavior. This decision was apparently an ideal decision considering three days after when Columbus directly spotted a mysterious light, the crew got alarmed to go back to Spain.