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The Bermuda Triangle Mystery - Solved Paperback – April 1, 1995
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What Kusche finds, in sum, is that the Bermuda Triangle is essentially a myth. Many of the Bermuda Triangle disappearances are not nearly as mysterious as has been suggested; some ships that were lost in supposedly calm seas were in fact sailing into fierce storms, while others were lost nowhere near the Triangle area itself. Several of the tragedies said to have occurred there are associated with no records at all--leaving one to wonder how popularizers of this "mystery" can be certain that there was anything to disappear. Before Mr. Kusche's research the Bermuda Triangle "mystery" melts away, leaving nothing more substantial than an urban legend.Read more ›
Flight 19 is a classic example. On a training flight, the trainer's instrument panel went out. Not unheard of. He turns navigational duties over to a trainee; again not unheard of and understandable under the circumstances. The trainee has trouble with his readings, so the flight eyeballs the surface to see were they are. They see the Bahamas, but think they're looking at the Florida Keys. Going above the clouds, they sight by the sky and head for Florida. Tragically, that course carries them over the open Atlantic. Throughout all of this, ground control can hear their radio chatter, but the planes can not hear base. In those days this was a fairly common occurrence with the primitive radio systems available. A plane was dispatched to intercept and rescue the wayward pilots. What happened aboard that plane really is a mystery. According to witnesses, it exploded in midair over the ocean within sight of land. However, by the time it was verified the first plane was lost (remember, this was before or modern instant communications and flight transponders) and another could be dispatched it was too late.Read more ›
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Nice to see fantasy busted... supposedly smart people wasted so much time on non existent mysteries... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Oscar
If you want the FACTS about this topic, get this book. If you are into myth, don't.Published 19 months ago by Jean-Paul
This is the only book [not to mention some articles] that I found to educate people on the Bermuda Triangle based on verifiable evidence instead of sensational news. Read morePublished on April 3, 2014 by Siri N. Wickramaratne
This book shows how the facts have been stretched to create the legend of the Bermuda Triangle. Research by the author shows that many of the incidents associated with the Bermuda... Read morePublished on November 6, 2012 by Uh-Clem
Oscar Wilde said that books of history that are not full of lies are boring. Well, this book is the result of careful investigation. Read morePublished on February 1, 2012 by rwx
This is one of the classic "debunking" books of all time. The trouble is that the author avoids the truly mystifying and well, lies.Don't believe me. Read morePublished on January 28, 2012 by Dr Markway