25 Randomly Cool Facts About The Bermuda Triangle

Have you ever wondered what really goes on in the Bermuda Triangle? Well today we’re here to figure it out and lay the mystery to rest once and for all! Okay, maybe that’s a little ambitious, but we will clear up a few misconceptions and myths as well as introduce you to some of the theories and facts behind the triangle. So get ready because these are 25 Randomly Cool Facts About The Bermuda Triangle!

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The Bermuda Triangle is also known as the Devil's Triangle due to all the mysterious occurrences and supposed bad luck surrounding the area.

planeSource: history.com, curiosity.com

Christopher Columbus was the first to record strange incidents in the region. One night, he wrote that a large flame crashed into the sea (probably a meteor).

shipSource: history.com


Columbus also noted strange compass readings. This may have been because back then this was one of the few places in the world where true north and magnetic north lined up.

compassSource: gizmodo.com

Shakespeare's play, The Tempest, is said to have possibly been based on the Bermuda Triangle and served to increase its reputation.

hurricaneSource: encyclopedia.com


Some pilots have claimed that they "lost time" while flying through the triangle. This has led some people to speculate about possible time warps and multi-dimensional travel.

clockSource: howstuffworks.com

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