120 miles per hour, and about 95 mph over the oceans surface. However, the idea goes further in stating that this civilization may now exist beneath the ocean, still alive and thriving, and that the advanced technology created by the underwater city is actually the reason that ships and planes disappear. Though Tropical Storm Joaquin was occurring at this time, no one was concerned because the El Faro s route was a good 100 miles away. The towns of Glastenbury and Somerset, both within the supposed triangle, used to be hotbeds of industrial activity until they eventually became ghost towns.
Since she was flying at night did she simply not notice the strange doughnut-hole in the clouds and fly straight into itat which point, everything disappeared? One did not return. 1967: Witchcraft On December 22, 1967 wealthy hotel magnate Daniel. Keep in mind this was centuries before the idea of a Bermuda Triangle existed in the public consciousness and Columbuss encounters with weird phenomenon were nothing but a minor footnote compared to Columbuss colonization of the Americas.
Bermuda Triangle Incidents of Disappearances
The town of anglo - Saxon Life: The Warm Hall, the Cold World Bridgewater itself is the center. Its not on the map. The commander of the fleet Sir George Somers and his crew came ashore and were the first to start human settlement in the island. The ship made it to Rio, docked, then sailed back again, making one stop for supplies in Barbados. Pirates Before the 1800s when many of the disappearances in the waters of the Bermuda Triangle were suspected of being victims of pirate activity. . Gaddiss story, The Deadly Bermuda Triangle, Published in the February 1964 issue of the pulp magazine Argosy. . It just never arrived. . Nothing was gleaned from the recovered hull no clues whatsoever. Remember, Gernon was flying from the Bahamas to Miami, thats flight normally takes anywhere from one to two hours.