The Bermuda Triangle: Myth or Mystery? Term Paper by Peter Pen

The Bermuda Triangle: Myth or Mystery?
Discusses the different theories about the Bermuda Triangle and the disappearances that have occurred there.
# 51000 | 1,380 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2004

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This paper discusses some of the strange disappearances that have taken place in the geographic area known as the Bermuda Triangle and explores the different theories that have been asserted to explain these disappearances.

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"A variety of grim nicknames have been used to describe this area of the Atlantic Ocean over the past forty years, such as: the Devil's Triangle, the Hoodoo Sea and the Limbo of the Lost. The most commonly used name, the Bermuda Triangle, was coined by researcher and author Vincent Gaddis in 1964 in his article, "The Deadly Bermuda Triangle"."

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