A discovery in the Barents Sea may be an explanation for the 500,000 square miles of the Bermuda Triangle where ships and aircraft have been disappearing for hundreds of years.
Scientists have found something on the bottom of the Barents Sea that they think may also be at the bottom of the Bermuda Triangle, enormous craters, some up to a half mile wide and 150 foot deep , that could’ve been caused by the build-up of methane. Methane from the natural gas deposits under the surface could’ve leaked, causing cavities to form, which would then burst. The explosions, which caused the craters, could be a risk to ships on the Barents Sea and there is speculation that this could be causing the disappearance of ships and airplanes in the Bermuda Triangle.
Hmmm, ancient curses almost sound more realistic, don’t they?