The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, It is located between three countries (United States, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico). This triangle is known as one of the mystified area because many aircrafts and ships were mysteriously went missing in this triangle.
According to the United States government, the triangle does not exist, and the name is not recognized by them.
One of the earliest and famous missing aircraft incident is the Flight 19 which took place on December 5, 1945. The flight includes five aircrafts and it carried 14 crews. Before the flight, all the aircrafts were fully fueled and all necessary pre-flight check completed. The aircrafts were scheduled to do an air bombing training at the Hen and Chickens shoals which located 140 km from Naval Air Station, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Before the aircrafts vanished, the crews of the flight managed to contact the military tower and informed that their aircraft’s compasses were not working which results the aircrafts to continue flying with no direction. They eventually continued flying until the fuel tank empty and crashed into the ocean. Until today, no scientist can find the answer of what happened to the aircrafts. How is it possible all the aircraft compasses gone haywire simultaneously. What actually happened? No one can answer.
Many theories came out about the phenomena happening inside the Bermuda Triangle. But none of it been proven. Some of the top theories are:
1) MAGNETIC VORTICES
Fortean researcher Ivan Sanderson suspected that the strange sea and sky phenomena, mechanical and instrument malfunctions, and mysterious disappearances were the result of “vile vortices”. He said, hot and cold currents in active zones create the electromagnetic gymnastics affecting instruments and vehicles.
2) SPACE-TIME WARP
It’s been suggested that from time to time a rift in space-time opens up in the Bermuda Triangle, and that planes and ships that are unlucky enough to be traveling the area at this time are lost in it. That is why, it is said, that often utterly no trace of the craft – not even wreckage – are ever found. But where do they disappear to? Another time and place? Another dimension? The physics for how this would actually take place are fuzzy at best.
3) ELECTRONIC FOG
“Electronic Fog” is responsible for many of the unexplained incidents and disappearances in the infamous Bermuda Triangle? That is the assertion made by Rob MacGregor and Bruce Gernon in their book The Fog. Gernon himself is a first-hand witness and survivor of this strange phenomenon. On December 4, 1970, he were flying their Bonanza A36 over the Bahamas. On route to Bimini they encountered strange cloud phenomena – a tunnel-shaped vortex – the sides of which the plane’s wings scraped as they flew. All of the plane’s electronic and magnetic navigational instruments malfunctioned and the magnetic compass spun inexplicably. As they neared the end of the tunnel, they expected to see clear blue sky. Instead, they saw only a dull grayish white for miles – no ocean, sky or horizon. After flying for 34 minutes, a time corroborated by every clock on board, they found themselves over Miami Beach – a flight that normally would have taken 75 minutes. MacGregor and Gernon believe that this electronic fog that Gernon experienced may have also been responsible for the famous disappearance of Flight 19, and other vanishing aircraft and ships.