The Bermuda Triangle is an area bounded by points in Florida, Puerto Rico and Bermuda. Where planes and ships are said to mysteriously disappear vanishing into thin air or deep into the water.
The term “Bermuda Triangle” was coined in 1964 by writer Vincent Gaddis in the men’s pulp magazine Argosy.
A decade later Charles Berlitz, whom also had a strong interest in the paranormal proposed that the triangle in some way connected to the lost city of Atlantis, the theory he illustrates in his best-selling novel “The Bermuda Triangle” Since then, this ancient mystery has been promoted throughout thousand of works and featured on many magazines, tv shows and websites.
As the years went on, several theories have been offered giving explanations for this mystery of the deep. Some authors have expanded upon Berlitz and Gaddis work suggesting that the mystical city does indeed lie at the bottom of the sea. Buried deep it is said that “crystal energies” found at this location open up time portals, as they cause a rift in the fabric of time and space.
Here are 10 of the Strangest Bermuda Pyramid Incidents in History.