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Bermuda Triangle Mystery Finally Solved? Maybe Not

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For years, the Bermuda Triangle has been blamed for the disappearance of hundreds of ships and planes. Also known as the Devil’s Triangle, there are countless theories as to why these vessels vanished into this imaginary area off the southeastern Atlantic coast of the United States.

Some people are convinced that the disappearances are due to paranormal activity, extraterrestrial beings, or perhaps even sea monsters. However, a group of scientists now think they have solved the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle, blaming a bizarre weather phenomenon for the ships and planes going MIA.

 

 

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