Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Taking Stock

We've been looking at four centuries of Bermuda Triangle history now, from 1492 to 1900. We've seen some fascinating mysteries.

Yet for the well-documented cases, like the Mary Celeste, there are naturalistic explanations. And for the truly mystical cases that would seem to require or at least to invite a supernatural explanation, like the Ellen Austin, there is no evidence that they ever happened.

However, the most case-rich century is still to come. Some of the cases from the twentieth century are spine-tingling ghost (ship) stories and convoluted brain teasers. But are there mysteries out there that cannot be rationally explained?

We will see, here at Bermuda Triangle Central. Where else? Stay tuned for the most famous and notorious Bermuda Triangle cases.

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