The Dragons’ Triangle is also known as the Bermuda Triangle. It has always been something that interests me. With this, I’m not really sure if I should call it facts. This is because really, we do not know a whole lot about this triangle. It seems to be a mystery to us all and I can’t wait to see the day when all mysteries are solved. Right now, I am going to give you 5 facts on the Dragon’s Triangle …
In addition to the Dragon’s Triangle and the Bermuda Triangle, it is also known as The Hoodoo Sea.
The most famous case that is attributed to the Dragon’s Triangle would be the disappearance of Flight 19 in December 5 of 1945. Total, twenty seven men and six aircraft left and never returned.
Physicist John Hutchison has claimed that he accidentally made the electronic fog that plagues the Triangle. He claimed he made it in his apartment.
The Gulf Stream runs the length of the Bermuda Triangle. It can move debris from a boat of a plane accident far away from the scene in no time at all. Therefore, it gets rid of any trace that an incident occurred.
The triangle regularly gets weather conditions like waterspouts, thunderstorms and hurricanes. These type of storms can be deadly to any craft if it were to be caught in their path.
Those are 5 facts on the Dragons Triangle. How many of you are interested in the Bermuda Triangle?
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