For centuries, the mysteries surrounding the Bermuda Triangle have been shrouded in suspicion and uncertainty, stumping even the most intelligent of researchers and military personnel. Little is known about the disappearances of several airplanes and ships over the years, other than the occurrences seem to happen at random with no particular clues as to why traveling vessels and crew members vanish without a trace.
The infamous stretch of the Atlantic, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, sits nestled between Florida, Puerto Rico and the isle of Bermuda. However, due to disagreements over the exact coordinates and how vast its coverage actually is, it’s easy to understand why so many remain skeptical of the existence of the supernatural location.
That same skepticism carries into the acceptance of any reports filed regarding the disappearance of planes or boats under such baffling circumstances in the area. Differentiating views on where the three corners of the triangular territory truly lie has resulted in many nations, including the United States, to not recognize the turbulent region and instead chalk up the strange happenings as nothing more than unexplainable natural occurrences.