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Bermuda Triangle

The Bermuda Triangle is one of the great unsolved mysteries of the world. It is the section of ocean in the Western North Atlantic, where ships and air crafts have disappeared under very suspicious circumstances. How can yachts, ships and planes go missing just like that. Does that area have a lot of gravitational force so that it pulls the transports right below the sea. Or is it work of some ghost or stuff? Is it aliens or dead spirits? What else could it be?

And yeah, people also say that the ships’ compass stops working once you are inside the area of the Bermuda triangle. Christopher Columbus is the first person to have sailed in the Bermuda triangle and reported these strange happenings. Columbus saw a fire ball plunge into the sea and noticed his compass needle turning round and round and round….

Whenever a plane or ship disappears in the Triangle, its debris cannot be found. Bermuda Triangle is one of the rare places on earth where the compass does not point towards Magnetic North. Instead of that, it point towards true north, which creates confusion and that’s why so many ships and planes lost its course in the triangle.

So Bermuda triangle remains as yet, one more of the nature unsolved mysteries…

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A Capricorn, December born, love writing poems and stories. Music, Art, and Chocolates are important elements of my daily life. While I am crucially deciding on what new to write, I spend my time with my best friends who are competing for the post of Most Craziest, yet the Best and Awesome Best Friend. The aim is to change the world into a better place to live in and the motto is to "be the change."

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