Videos about the Bermuda Triangle provide details of the most confounding disappearances of boats and planes. Each video puts forth different theories to consider what may have happened to them.
A pilot flies into a time warp and survives to tell the tale. On December 4, 1970, Bruce Gernon and two friends were flying from the Bahamas back to Florida when they encountered a strange magnetic fog. The fog gave way to a dark, ominous cloud. Their incredible ended with their 90-minute trip only taking 47 minutes!
The USS Cyclops
The USS Cyclops left Brazil on February 16, 1918. On March 3rd and 4th, she was known to be in Barbados. This was the last time the USS Cyclops and its 306 passengers and crew were ever seen. There was no distress call, debris, wreckage, or any evidence of what happened. The ship and its passengers and crew were never found.
On the afternoon of December 5, 1945, five TBM Avenger Torpedo Bombers with 14 men aboard (Flight 19), take off from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on a routine two-hour training mission. All five planes and their crews mysteriously disappear. A search and rescue aircraft with thirteen aboard is dispatched to find the missing planes and their crews, but it also vanishes. Neither the aircraft nor any of the 27 crewmen were ever found. The official navy report said the planes disappeared "as if they had flown to Mars."
Ellen Austin and the Ghost Ship
In 1881 the American schooner, Ellen Austin, met another ship that was moving through the Bermuda Triangle. Strangely, the vessel had no one on board. To salvage the ship, the captain of the Ellan Austin dispatched some of his crew to sail the Ellen Austin to New York. The salvage ship crew sailing the Ellen Austin disappeared from the ship. What could have happened to both crews?
Joshua Slocum and the Spray
Joshua Slocum, famous for being the first person to sail solo around the globe, disappeared on a 1909 voyage in his ship, the Spray. He set out from Martha's Vineyard for South America. Precisely what happened to Joshua Slocum is unclear, but many sources attribute his disappearance to the Bermuda Triangle.
Drain the Bermuda Triangle
The Discovery channel documentary shows how scientists use technology to "drain" the Bermuda Triangle in the hope of finding the wreckage of lost ships and aircraft. The documentary explores other strange and bizarre aspects of the Bermuda Triangle, such as blue holes, whirlpools, rogue waves, and the Bimini Road.
More Videos About the Bermuda Triangle
Many videos about the Bermuda Triangle take a professional approach with a scientific eye towards understanding whether the disappearances are phenomena of nature or paranormal phenomena. Most Bermuda Triangle videos also offer various theories and ideas about possible causes of the disappearances.
- MysteryQuest Devil's Triangle takes you on an air and sea expedition where investigators try to unlock the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle (The Devil's Triangle). The video takes you on a flight through the Bermuda Triangle, explores almost all the most famous disappearances, and recounts the experiences of Christopher Columbus and Charles Lindbergh. It also delves into possible causes from UFOs to electronic fog and more.
- 10 Mysterious Facts about the Bermuda Triangle is exactly what it sounds like: facts about this mysterious area.
- 10 Facts You Didn't Know About the Bermuda Triangle discusses debunked information about the Triangle.
Bermuda Triangle Videos
There's recorded evidence, such as radar signatures and audio recordings about the disappearances and strange experiences of the Bermuda Triangle. Even with such evidence, researchers and scientists have yet to understand the mysterious Bermuda Triangle.