The Mysterious Bermuda Triangle
For years, many planes and ships have disappeared in the area of the Bermuda Triangle. In my essay I'm going to try to find out and tell you, my fellow students, why this phenomenon is occurring.
The Bermuda Triangle is an area in the world located to the Southeast of the United States and it is also referred to as the "Devil's Triangle". The triangle is formed by drawing imaginary lines from Melbourne, Florida, to Bermuda, to Puerto Rico, and back to Melbourne, Florida. The area of the triangle is 440,000 square miles.
One of the many controversial things about the Bermuda Triangle is that there have never been any wreckage or bodies found from any ...view middle of the document...
"(27)explains Charles Berlitz.
The question of whether there are any famous people that have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle has probably come up in your mind. Well the answer is, yes. Maybe not people that you should know, but it said that they are famous. They are listed here, each with the number of its disappearance from the enclosed sheet, along with a little more about them:
- Air Marshal, Sir Arthur Coningham on the "Star Tiger"(#70)
- Harvey Conover, world renowned yachtsman on the "Revonoc"(#89)
- Joshua Slocum, first solo circumnavigator of the globe on the "Spray"(#15)
- a would-be global circumnavigator, Donald Crowhurst on the "Teignmouth Electron"(#111). Others have disappeared like bankers, movie makers, priests, and other well-known people.
There are many theories that different people believe in that explain the unusual phenomenon of the Bermuda Triangle. Many different theories have been collected by Charles Berlitz in his book Without a Trace....