Bermuda Triangle, also known as the devil triangle, is the strange area of the sea lies in the section of the North Atlantic Ocean. The famous Flight 19 mystery and many other lost ships and aircraft create havoc about the Devil’s Triangle. All 14 crew members with 5 planes met their fate possibly over Bermuda Triangle on December 5, 1945.
A Flying boat, while searching for Flight 19 also vanished into the strange section of the sea. The Navy failed to explain the exact cause of flight 19 mystery and many other aerial and water vehicles in the riddle.
What Happened To Flight 19?
Possible reasons for this puzzle between the 3 points of a triangle
- The powerful cyclones are often blamed for multiple sinking in the triangle between Bermuda, Florida, and Puerto Rico.
- The reduced densities of water due to accidental drilling or landslides under water possibly sink the ships.
- The combustible gases can potentially blow the aircraft into pieces.
- The spinning of compasses malfunctions due to heavy fog in the area.
- Human error likely to be the cause of deaths in Devil’s Triangle.
- The air-bombs, come off the clouds and strike the ocean. The air-bombs are formed by microbursts. The microbursts are actually blasts of the air that come down from hexagonal-shaped clouds and hit the ocean.