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The 'Lake Michigan Triangle' mystery

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The Lake Michigan triangle is said to have similar characteristics of the Bermuda Triangle and is said to be a place of ghost ships, strange disappearances and even UFO sightings.

"There's been some strange disappearances out there, there's been many ships that have been lost that haven't been found."

Bill Wangemann is a historian from Sheboygan, Wisconsin. He's spent a lifetime gathering tales about the Lake Michigan triangle.

According to author Linda S. Godfrey in her book 'Weird Michigan' (2006), the Michigan Triangle starts from the town of Ludington to Benton Harbor in Michigan; another links from Benton Harbor to Manitowoc, Wisconsin; the final side connects Manitowoc back to Ludington.

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I think they are looking at the foot prints upside down, looks like a horse in need of shoeing.

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Perhaps the mariners have a role to play..........

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Before anyone starts thinking that any body of water has an abnormally high rate of loss, they really need to look at what the insurance companies charge for vessels and planes that cross that body. If they do not charge a higher premiu, then the loss rate is no higher than anywhere else.

The Bermuda triangle does not cost any more for insurance than anywhere else in the Atlantic ocean.

Neither does the are in question cost any more than any other area of the Great Lakes.

People can talk all the want about mysterious losses. That sells a lot of books to the gullible. But insurance companies are very realistic, and they are in the business to make money. They WOULD charge higher premiums, if the loss rate were higher in those areas. It isn't.

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Bill Wangemann is a historian from Sheboygan, Wisconsin

*In his best Jerry Lewis nerd voice, Yells* SHEBOYGAN!

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been swiming in it plenty times... never got lost.

Never heard of this either.

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