January 8

Bermuda triangle

The Bermuda triangle is a very mysterious place because planes, ships, and things just disappear. The Bermuda triangle is also known as Devil’s Triangle or Hurricane Alley. The Bermuda Triangle is located in the western part of the North Atlantic. Many ships and aircrafts have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle. The three corners of the triangle are Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico. In reality the Bermuda Triangle is not really a triangle.

Flight 19 was lost in the Bermuda Triangle in 1949. The Bermuda Triangle devoured a DC-3 carrying 27 people.  A C-124 globemaster carrying 53 people in 1951 was also lost. Bermuda Triangle does not exist according to the Navy. Some people think the reasons ships and aircrafts have disappeared is because of an electric fog. Others things seaweed in the Sargasso sinks the ships. In conclusion the Bermuda Triangle is a very mysterious place.

The Bermuda Triangle is an imaginary triangle between Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico.








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Posted January 8, 2020 by miles in category History, Student Posts

4 thoughts on “Bermuda triangle

  1. Jake

    Dear Miles,
    I really like your blog post about the Bermuda Triangle.
    It is so cool to know all about the Bermuda Triangle and all
    its mysteries. Did you ever figure out how all the ships and planes got lost in the ocean.


  2. Yael

    Dear Miles,
    Great job! Wow the Bermuda Triangle is very interesting I did not know that so many people were lost in the Bermuda Triangle. Do you know if any of the boats, plains, or people were found?

    From, Yael


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