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The Bermuda Triangle revisited

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Anthony North revisits the Bermuda Triangle, the infamous area of ocean in which numerous ships and planes have mysteriously disappeared over the years without a trace.

"Anthony North: The Bermuda Triangle is a triangular area of water going north up the US eastern seaboard, south west into the Caribbean and east as far as the Azores. It is alleged that ships and planes disappear mysteriously in this area. It was first mentioned in articles in the early 1950s, with Fate Magazine joining in. It became world famous following books by Vincent Gaddis and Charles Berlitz. "

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Isn't this just EXTREMELY old news?

I'm amazed how this hyper magnetic, underwater-constructed Alien amusement park, most likely to have been inspired from Area-51 blueprints, constructed by pre-Nazi laser technology with help of ancient astronauts from Planet-X in flying cutlery still is being debated in the blue, still without any proof of anything at all? Maybe the local USO's or the overhead snort-compatible chemtrails and motherships over Jerusalem are causing some compasses or (most likely) human's imaginations to pop. As far as I can remember as a child in the mid-80's I first got introduced to this mystery in some ancient X-files-inspired magazine, and still the same "news" comes up.

Some brave people dare to sail or fly over the hotspot in hope to get a 15 TerraByte wireless internet connection and suddenly disappear because of a hardware problem.....!

Science: "They have been uploaded to cyberspace and are currently playing Counter Strike with Quetzalcotl & Co."

Bah! lol...

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Ahh, UM-Bot...always a day late and a dollar short...

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