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The Triangle Of Mystery

                         The Triangle Of Mystery
                      
Come with me on a journey to Bermuda, where there is an 
Area called the Devil's Triangle, in this ocean expanse many ships
Mysteriously vanished and never returned, with the 
Exception of one - a ghost ship known as the Mary Celeste.
Even aircraft were lost in this stretch of waters, where
Strange magnetic influences create major problems for 
Travellers passing through these regions, even UFO's 

Were sighted entering and leaving the triangle. There was an
Incident when a woman was flying her plane over one of 
The tropical islands. When she contacted the airport tower, 
She was told she could land there. The sky was clear, as she 
Kept circling the runway and her plane was slowly running out of 
Fuel, she was viewing the same island but in an earlier time period
When the runway was actually overgrown with palm trees, and it 

Seemed her plane was in a time zone different from that of the
Airport. The plane was never found. Another strange incident 
Happened when a barge was towing a large commercial raft,
And the ship was blanketed in fog, when the seamen looked 
Back they noticed that the rope was invisible and the metal hand 
Rails were white hot while their breath was chilled, what had
Caused this strange phenomenon? Was it due to the Triangle's  
Mysterious properties? The answer is unknown even to this day, 
The Bermuda Triangle will never disclose it's secrets to anyone.
 

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