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Unformatted text preview: The Bermuda Triangle Imagine you are on a small propeller plane that is just 50 miles off shore of Miami Florida. All of a sudden your compass starts spinning and you try to find which way is home, then all of a sudden your engine stalls out. How can you explain what happened? There is only one explanation you have been caught in the Bermuda Triangle. Today I am going to talk about what goes on in the Bermuda Triangle, including the history and famous incidents. The Bermuda triangle a region of the Northwestern Atlantic Ocean where numerous aircraft and surface vessels have gone missing under unknown circumstances. Christopher Columbus was not only the first person to discover America but he was also first person to observe strange occurrences in this area and also experienced bizarre compass bearings. In the early 1960s the Bermuda triangle was named The Deadly Triangle. Charles Berlitzs 1974 the early 1960s the Bermuda triangle was named The Deadly Triangle....
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