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Plane goes missing in Bermuda Triangle

Posted on Tuesday, 23 December, 2008 | Comment icon 11 comments

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"The pilot of a plane that disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle with 11 passengers aboard had only a US student pilot license and should have never been allowed to fly, Dominican authorities said Wednesday."

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Comment icon #2 Posted by savvas on 24 December, 2008, 6:43
probably just crashed in the ocean? I believe after reading books and researching through internet the plane disapeared . the cause was severe electromagnetic waves and caused it to be lost in tiime.
Comment icon #3 Posted by MysteryVy on 24 December, 2008, 10:35
I believe after reading books and researching through internet the plane disapeared . the cause was severe electromagnetic waves and caused it to be lost in tiime. ... ... ... your answer sounds more logically and scientifically plausible than mine
Comment icon #4 Posted by Drakus on 24 December, 2008, 14:55
... ... ... your answer sounds more logically and scientifically plausible than mine I don't know, there's no doubt something strange is going on in this area but on the other hand this guy sounds like a bit of a jerk IMO. Problem is that planes do go down from quite natural causes, just because it's in this area it's automatically going to be tainted with what's happened in the past. Needs more research and an extensive search for wreckage i think before we can comment either way... $0.02
Comment icon #5 Posted by Obsin on 25 December, 2008, 4:07
*cough* I live in "said" area. Nothing weird going here. Guy was a bad pilot flying over open ocean in a small plane. All it takes is bad turbulence in clouds or some bad weather and our inexperienced pilot is history.
Comment icon #6 Posted by behaviour??? on 25 December, 2008, 4:50
The authorities are responsible....... Thanks B???
Comment icon #7 Posted by meankitty on 26 December, 2008, 1:08
This idiot discredits the few genuinely mysterious cases Actually, one bad pilot, one unfamiliar airplane and 11 idiots.
Comment icon #8 Posted by The Old Medic on 31 December, 2008, 17:40
If you want to know how "dangerous" the Bermuda Triangle" really is, check out the rates insurance companies charge for ships and planes that travel through the area. They do not charge any premium at all over their standard rates for any ship, airplane, boat, raft or anything else going through the "so called Bermuda Triangle". That's because there are no more missing airplanes, ships, boats, etc. in that area, than in any other heavily traveled shipping area in the world. There is not one insurance company in the world that charges a higher premium for traveling through that area. Believe me... [More]
Comment icon #9 Posted by behaviour??? on 31 December, 2008, 18:23
All these are reported even before.............. Thanks B???
Comment icon #10 Posted by aquatus1 on 2 January, 2009, 20:57
Yes, planes and boats have been lost in that area. But statistically, no more than anywhere else for the number of planes, vessels, etc, that go across an area of that size. Actually, statistically, there should be more lost planes and boats in that area. The Bermuda Triangle region encompasses some of the most heavily traveled air an sea routes near the contiguous U.S. Literally hundreds of planes and ships go through here every single day. The Navy uses a large chunk of this region as a training area from it's ships and planes. It is the favorite playing ground of the US submarine fleet (whi... [More]
Comment icon #11 Posted by nohands on 3 January, 2009, 9:55
hmm is that weird i read many stories about the that the electromagnetic waves are in these topics. what do we mean by this waves?? this could intervine radio signals but it can not interfer the handling of the planes..

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