The Bermuda Triangle.

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Hundreds of planes and ships set to travel across the Atlantic Ocean mysteriously disappear without a trace. Many people blame it on a paranormal occurrence known as the Bermuda Triangle. The Bermuda Triangle is an imaginary triangle between Florida, the Bermuda Islands, and Puerto Rico. It has been under speculation for years. In the 1950s, many reporters started to notice that a large number of strange incidents occurred in that region. The most popular incident was Flight 19, in which five navy planes vanished during a severe tropical storm. Since then, much research has been done, both trying to prove and disprove the Bermuda Triangle Theory. Some people may argue that the Bermuda Triangle does not exist because of the lack of sufficient evidence, the large amount of fake reports, and recent evidence showing human error could be the cause of the strange disappearances.

Many scientists all over the world have been studying the Bermuda Triangle for decades.

There are a range of theories on why so many disappearances occur in that particular region. However, there has been no definite theory. Some theories consist of an intelligent, technologically advanced alien race living under the sea (unmuseum). There has been no evidence other than the stretch of the imagination supporting this theory. No artifacts or remnants of any sort of intelligent life has been found in the Atlantic Ocean. Another theory is that the lost city of Atlantis is located in the Bermuda Triangle. Atlantis was supposedly a city that existed on another reality, parallel to the three dimensional universe we live in. The only evidence supporting this theory is a few people who reported the "felt the powers of the lost city" (crystal links). Though there have been many theories, none of them have any physical evidence supporting it.