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Missing plane raises Bermuda Triangle fears


Posted on Friday, 22 February, 2013 | Comment icon 38 comments | News tip by: the L


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The plane carrying Vittorio Missoni and five others disappeared without a trace last month.

The twin-engine BN-2 Islander aircraft took off from the Los Roques island chain on January 4th and headed for Caracas, however after having flown only 11 miles the plane and everyone on board simply disappeared without a trace. A huge search and rescue operation failed to turn up an explanation to what happened to the flight and to this day the mystery remains unsolved.

Several crashes and disappearances are said to have occurred in the region over the last ten years, known as the 'Los Roques Curse' the region is perilously close to the infamous Bermuda Triangle. Could there be something supernatural going on or is there a more conventional explanation ?

"When ships and planes mysteriously vanish -- sometimes without a trace -- speculation runs wild."

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Comment icon #29 Posted by TheSearcher on 18 March, 2013, 8:26
Job well done! Now where are 30 other missing wreckages? Two things, over what time period are we talking and maybe start listing them.
Comment icon #30 Posted by Rewlahool on 22 March, 2013, 16:31
Here's another one just discovered which should be easier to monitor due it's small size and precise location, Bermuda Triangle Incidents Comoros Islands. This new Bermuda Triangle is one to watch imo, located at the red dot in the attached diagram.
Comment icon #31 Posted by Hilander on 22 March, 2013, 18:35
I think some of the wreckage isn't found because ocean currents carry them off to a different location.
Comment icon #32 Posted by Rewlahool on 23 March, 2013, 11:05
I think some of the wreckage isn't found because ocean currents carry them off to a different location. But why did they crash or sink in the first place? That's the mystery.
Comment icon #33 Posted by tyrant lizard on 23 March, 2013, 11:16
there was a theory a few years back that huge pockets of methane gas being released from the seabed, altering the density of the water and causing the ships to sink was the reason, but god only knows what that had to do with aircraft..... I think the theory was that the methane was displacing the oxygen the planes' engines needed to ignite the fuel - or something like that...
Comment icon #34 Posted by Rewlahool on 25 March, 2013, 12:14
I think the theory was that the methane was displacing the oxygen the planes' engines needed to ignite the fuel - or something like that... Completley 100% speculation with not one single shred of evidence to support it!!!!
Comment icon #35 Posted by Lex540 on 31 May, 2013, 14:10
Completley 100% speculation with not one single shred of evidence to support it!!!complete nonsense
Comment icon #36 Posted by -M7 on 9 July, 2013, 4:51
So...If just about anything that we know of that enters the Bermuda Triangle "disappears without a trace" This article says that a "Huge search and rescue operation" was performed "inside the triangle" and apparently no vehicle or life was lost in the process. That confuses me. A plane (and what-not else) can "disappear" when entering the triangle, but when this kind of response is performed, you'd expect that everyone involved entering the triangle to "disappears" to...Which just shock everyone...But apparently not. WHY?!?
Comment icon #37 Posted by Emma_Acid on 9 July, 2013, 8:36
So...If just about anything that we know of that enters the Bermuda Triangle "disappears without a trace" This article says that a "Huge search and rescue operation" was performed "inside the triangle" and apparently no vehicle or life was lost in the process. That confuses me. A plane (and what-not else) can "disappear" when entering the triangle, but when this kind of response is performed, you'd expect that everyone involved entering the triangle to "disappears" to...Which just shock everyone...But apparently not. WHY?!? Because it doesn't exist...?
Comment icon #38 Posted by Ryu on 12 July, 2013, 20:34
Based on how many airplanes and ships were lost there, there should be a huge scrapyard... i only see crystal clear sea.. Where are the wreckages? When military went after those missing ships they didnt find a piece of metal anywhere and they had best ships and gear for the job ... So like i said HUGE scrapyard.. Giant squid, Bermuda Nessie, joke.. I just want a logical explanation or at least possible cause... with explanation about the wrecks ? Where are they? Deep sea currents are exceedingly strong and can carry the heaviest and ungainly pieces of scrap over large distances; far, far from ... [More]


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