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Why do ships and planes vanish without a trace in the Bermuda Triangle? If you draw up a map, trace a line connecting the island of Bermuda, Puerto Rico, Miami, and back to Bermuda, what do you get? Yes, it’s a triangle – a sinister polygon known for mysteriously swallowing over 2,000 ships and 200 aircraft over centuries! And here’s a story about the Bermuda Triangle you probably didn’t hear about.
So, the airplane involved was a Beechcraft Bonanza single-engine aircraft. Onboard, pilot Bruce Gernon had two passengers: his father and business partner. They took off from Andros Island in the Bahamas and headed northwest for the Florida coast. It was December 4, 1970. This was a typical flight Bruce had made dozens of times before! But this time would be different. They would face really unexplainable and maybe even mysterious things…
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Lancaster, USA – March 24, 2018, Beechcraft F33C Bonanza on display during Los Angeles County Air Show at William J. Fox Airfield: By betto rodrigues/Shutterstock.com, https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/lancaster-usa-march-24-2018-beechcraft-1057505966
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