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Bermuda Triangle
Bermuda Triangle: A.K.A. The Devil's Triangle. An imaginary area located off the southeastern Atlantic coast of the United States, which is noted for a high incidence of unexplained losses of ships, small boats, and aircraft. The apexes of the triangle are generally accepted to be Bermuda, Miami, Fla., and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
    Many planes a ships have mysteriously disappeared in the area of the Bermuda Triangle in the past and present. Search missions were futile. Among these disappearances was the "vanishing" of an entire naval squadron. No debris was found and no reports of enemy fire were ever broadcast. Reports of guidance system malfunctions flourish in that area, but even that cannot explain why the sea consumes so many lives. Some say it is a portal to another dimension. Some claim alien abduction. The truth is that no one really knows for sure. For now follow the links below and decide for yourself. Soon, Paraweb will upload reports to this server. If you can contribute anything on this subject - Let Us Know! 

UPDATE! -We have recieved a report from one of our readers as follows:
    The so-called "Lost Squadren" mentioned on your web site is a load of crap. Just to let you know, TIME Magazine published an update to this. Wreckage to the planes were claimed to be found on the week of May 20, 1991. The serial numbers were not yet verified, but there was a number 28 on the side of one of the aircrafts. This was to nuber of the flight leader's plane. Also, to find out more on the Bermuda Triangle, read Larry Kushe's "The Bermuda Triangle Mystery--Solved". It will explain everything. The Bermuda Triangle was a mixture of media boredom and the gullible public. 

As always, we are here to show both sides of the issue, so decide for yourself! 

Bermuda Triangle Links
A Brief History of the Devil's Triangle
Navy historical FAQ
Bermuda Triangle Homepage
A map of BT pointing out some disappearances
The Bermuda Triangle
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