The legend of the Bermuda Triangle has long intrigued humanity. The enigmatic region is famed for the numerous disappearances of planes and vessels. Perhaps one of the most perplexing aspects surrounding the region is that many vessels lost in the ‘Devil’s Triangle’ are neverContinue Reading
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