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When you here the word Bermuda triangle band or pyramid what comes in your mind? Triangle like structure which has some ability to Do something. Yeah, well you are pretty much near to that well it is approx. Triangular in shape. But what’s Next? What it Do? What Happens, when we go near to that area or pass through that area? Well, No body know the actual answer to that till now. Every Different country has different assumption or theory. So, I’m Just gonna show you what most suitable theory that can be related to that.
Introduction of Bermuda Triangle Pyramid
Bermuda triangle band is a 5,00,000 sq. mills Area between Miami, Puerto Rico and Bermuda. More than Hundred has disappeared form this Area since 1918 as far we know. Like Hundreds of Plane Never Landed, they just disappeared in thin air after lost in the contact and never been seen even aftermath. Further giving us the thinking that they are lost in Bermuda triangle band.
How it started ?
It was Christopher Columbus on his first voyage to search of New World. He saw big flame of fire crashing into the sea far from his Ship and he wrote in his Night Diary that when they went near to that area his compass needle was not in uni-direction and changing constantly. Now the scientist claim that it was our True North or Magnetic North at that time.
Fact: As far in Human history the 1st person to sail is Joshua Slocum, who also disappeared in 1909. But no body knows where he went and no body even tried for searching because of fear of Evil/Devils Triangle.
In an article written by Vincent H. Gaddis for Argosy magazine in 1964. In the article, Gaddis claimed that in this strange sea a number of ships and planes had disappeared without explanation. Gaddis wasn’t the first one to come to this conclusion, either. As early as 1952, George X. Sands, in a report in Fate magazine, noted what seemed like an unusually large number of strange accidents in that region.
The five avengers lost on December 5th, 1945 are sometimes known as “The Lost Squadron.”
First mystery or story behind it
The first story which I have read and connect to Bermuda triangle pyramid is USS Cyclopse vanished in March 1918, In March 1918, the ship was given a new cargo: tons of dense manganese ore, used in steel making. She left Brazil loaded up with the brittle metal, then voyaged to Barbados to resupply for the long journey home to Baltimore. The last known message from the ship said simply: “Weather Fair, All Well.” But on the nine-day journey, something went awry, and no one from the ship was ever seen or heard again—vanishing without even an SOS.
The U.S. Navy says in its official statement about the Cyclops, “The disappearance of this ship has been one of the most baffling mysteries in the annals of the Navy, all attempts to locate her having proved unsuccessful.”
Then one after the another NC16002 disappeared !
On December 28, 1948, a DC-3 passenger plane, considered to be one of the most reliable aircraft ever built. It was flying on a route from San Juan, Puerto Rico to Miami. The weather was good, and when the plane was 50 miles (80 kilometers) from Miami, the aircraft’s pilot, Captain Robert E. Linquist, contacted an air traffic control center in New Orleans to give his coordinates.
This was strange as he should have been radioing Miami. That communication was the last that anyone heard from the aircraft, which had three crew members and 29 passengers aboard. When the plane didn’t arrive in Miami, the U.S. Coast Guard began a search, and was joined by the U.S. Navy, the Air Force, and other searchers.
A Civil Aeronautics Board investigation later found that the aircraft’s batteries were not properly charged. And that it was possible that an electrical system failure rendered the aircraft’s radio and automatic compass inoperative. (The pilot could transmit messages but not receive them.) It’s likely that Linquist was mistaken about his location.
In addition, he might not have known about an unexpected change in the wind, which could have taken the plane off course. With only an hour and 20 minutes’ worth of fuel left, “an error in location would be critical,” the board’s report noted: from CAB.