Skip to comments.Mapping Every "Vanished" Plane Since 1948
Posted on 03/20/2014 7:09:01 PM PDT by Kartographer
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In that context the Bermuda triangle doesn’t appear to vacuum up planes at any great rate.
All this time I thought this guy was pretty useless. He was probably the most critical one on the island.
But this one is different, because Islam.
But how many had The Muslim Brotherhood behind its disappearance?
WTH is CNN and their sister, MSNBC going to talk about?
Nah, I think not.
Excellent use of the modern “because”.
I are fluent in Twittese.
I’m hella impressed.
Just disappeared. No radio call. No sign of distress. Just flew out and never reached us.
I distinctly remember being on the flight deck, and word was going around that there was a plane overdue, and then...nothing. Just never came. We never heard a word about it. I don't remember where the ship was, but I did recall someone saying it disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle flying out to us. It was a windswept, gray day, a few rays of sunlight breaking through the thick clouds here and there, but mostly cold and gray. Funny how that just stuck with me all these years.
Lot vanished during Vietnam.
It looks kinda like a morse code!
Looks like lots of planes lost in tropical seas. If they had included small planes lost the map would be pretty well covered.
Years ago I saw a list of all the aircraft and planes that supposedly had disappeared in THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE!
A quick check of the last locations showed only three of the planes or ships disappeared in the BT. The rest disappeared OUTSIDE of the triangle.
I was stationed at Dover AFB in the early sixties and we lost a C-133A number 62002. All hands lost. That was the aircraft that I was assigned. Lost 3 friends. It was headed to Lajas in the Canary Islands. It was reported lost in the Bermuda triangle. But I believe the Bermuda triangle is BS. Still haunts me. My best friend departed the acft. after returning from Turkey. The man who took his place perished. My best friend is gone now. Died in the nineties at age 50.
North Atlantic too.
Yeah, I’ve read repeatedly that the number of airplanes that “disappear” in the Triangle is really no different than anywhere else on the planet.
It’s make for some good shows on History/Discovery/Science/etc. though.
Small planes disappear everywhere. It took a year to find where Steve Fossett went down right here in the states.
That is because ... it doesn't.
Read this this book when I was in high school. A reference librarian put together all of the cases, looked at how many were actually mysterious, and compared the so-called Bermuda Triangle to other areas in the world with similar traffic and weather. The result: The Bermuda Triangle is no more dangerous or mysterious than any other patch of ocean with the same characteristics.
Worth a read.
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