The Bermuda Triangle is an area in western part of the north Atlantic ocean, where planes and ships seem to just disappear.
Situated between Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico, the name “Bermuda Triangle” was given by author Vincent Gaddis in a 1964 in the magazine, “The Argosy”, after ships and planes went missing without a trace, or explanation. The Bermuda Triangle has an area of 500,000 square miles, and in the last century alone, over 1,000 ships and planes have disappeared, never to be seen again. People have theorized that the area is a hot bed for paranormal activity and there’s not many people to argue with their claim. Even the U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Coast Guard have admitted they are baffled by the seemingly supernatural triangle. However, the U.S. Coast Guard have stated that the majority of disappearances can be attributed to human error, and no studies have found conclusive evidence of magnetic anomalies in the area.
The areas surrounding the triangular shaped zone have one of the highest numbers of reported UFO sightings which lead many enthusiasts and investigators to the conclusion these ships and planes fall victim to extra-terrestrial abductions or portals to other dimensions. There have been numerous reports of USO entering and exiting the waters, just off the coast of Florida, and without a splash (included in the video below).
Some even suggest the strange disappearances are because they were affected by left-over technology from the lost city of Atlantis which lies beneath the sea bed. Such as the ancient crystals which are said to have had power of the civilization.
The Ellen Austin
The Ellen Austin, an American multi-masted ship, founded a strange schooner ship on the Atlantic ocean. Even though the schooner ship was moving at good speed, it had no one on board. In order to salvage this unmanned ship, the captain of the Ellen Austin sent some of his crew on board the schooner and guide it back to New York, alongside the Ellen Austin. On the way back to New York, the ships encountered a huge sea storm which separated the vessels and the schooner was never seen again. This much is true.
What’s still unclear is the article written about the Ellen Austin coming across the ship again at a later date. According to multiple sources, the article was written by Commander Gould, a retired British Navy officer, who claimed the Ellen Austin re-discovered the schooner ship at a later date, and the captain once again sent his crew on board the ship. Once again, the Ellen Austin crew discovered the ship had no one on board. Whether or not this second encounter is fact or fiction is still speculation.
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