Has the mystery behind the Bermuda Triangle solved?



Ahoy, matey!
It's been a long time since I ended up here after a long journey to find a treasure box. Finally, I found nothing. Disappointed.

I feel a lot like a pirate today as it has been a 8 years since I wore the pirate costume on the fancy dress competition. Yeah, everyone called me a freak! I just can't stop rolling my tears and 50 pairs of eyes were staring at me.
Then, I just made a story and the judges got the heart to make a day for me. Thanks a lot! People loved hearing stories but I got a scientific yearn to tell about my journey and the struggle to come out of the Bermuda triangle... Pretty weird.

Okay, that's enough for now and you would have got an idea about today's post.
"Has the mystery of Bermuda triangle solved?"

The Devil's triangle


The Bermuda Triangle is roughly a triangular region of the Atlantic Ocean between Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico. It is the cursed place for the ships, planes and boats to travel.
(Alert! It is not a good place to hide if you are playing hide and seek. Better find another one.) The Bermuda Triangle, or the Devil's Triangle, has many reports of planes and ships that had a sticky end.

When Christopher Columbus sailed across this triangle on his first voyage to the New World, he reported that a great flame of first had crashed the basement of the sea one night and strange light flashed a few weeks later.

According to the recent study, geologists theorize that rogue waves, a natural phenomenon, could be the reason for the mysterious disappearances. Rogue waves, also known as freak waves, are large, unexpected surface waves that can be extremely dangerous for ships. Rough stormy seas of this region can create rogue waves which are about 100 feet high. These waves can easily damage ships and boats.

Another theory states that hexagonal clouds around this area blast wing with high speed, pushing airplanes perpendicular to the sea surface. These winds can destroy planes and create waves which can also destroy the ships.
Rogue waves could be a possible reason behind the mysterious circumstances 
Folks believe that a strange magnetic anomaly greatly affects the compass readings, thus misguiding ships and planes. Few attribute the events to UFOs and strange creatures. Some kind of Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence...






Over to you,

Do you know any mysteries that can be made to the list?

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