The term “Bermuda Triangle” was coined in 1964 by the writer Vincent Gaddis for the men’s magazine Argosy. Recently, people have been wondering if there is a link between the Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, and jets and ships that have disappeared in the area.
Over the years, many theories have been offered to explain the mystery which has spread around the world. Some believe Atlantis is real and in some way connected to the triangle, a theory that was advocated in the 1974 bestseller “The Bermuda Triangle.”
It is also important to note that the area around the Bermuda Triangle is heavily frequented by cruise ships and cargo ships. Logically, more ships will sink there.
Despite all these unsolved mysteries, the area appears to be one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States and the world.
It fascinates many who believe in imaginative stories and bizarre explanations. Skeptics take a very different view and believe there is a rational explanation for the missing ships and planes, such as it being a high-traffic area and weather conditions.
Though the vast number of explanations are shaky, they may be correct. But there are still many planes and ships that have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle without rational explanation. This leaves the truth in limbo and gives energy to the researchers who are hoping to find another worldly explanation.
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