How many people have been sucked down by the Bermuda Triangle?

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Over 150 people in aircraft have been lost in the Bermuda Triangle, and over 700 at sea.
These numbers are approximate, and there aren't always listings on what crew and passengers were on board each of the various aircraft or ships, so the actual number could be higher by a fairly significant amount. ... The causes of many of these deaths are also not known, so it isn't all that accurate to say that they were "sucked down" by the triangle... only that they died in the vicinity.
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How many ships have sunk in the Bermuda Triangle?

thousands and thousands of ships and air crafts have sunk in triangle that we can't imagine

How many people disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle?

It is claimed that more than 1,000 people have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle, this has not been proven. Though myth and scare mongering has to be taken into account making it about 750 people who have actually become lost in the Bermuda triangle

People dissappered in the Bermuda Triangle?

the Bermuda triangle is large triangle that sucks you in and makes you become a fish person and live in the lost city of Atlantis.

How many airplanes have disppeared in the Bermuda Triangle?

Answer . \nMore than 75 aircrafts have disapeared and over 1,000 ships have disapeared while flying over the Burmuda Triangle.

How many people died in the Bermuda triangle?

1872: The Mary Celeste 1945: The disappearance of 5 Navy avengers - Flight 19 1947: Army C-45 Superfort vanishes 100 miles off Bermuda 1948: Four-engined Tudor IV lost with 31 lives 1948: DC-3 lost with 32 passengers and crew 1949: Second Tudor IV vanishes 1950: Giant US Air Force Globemaster lost 1950: American freighter, SS Sandra (350 ft), sinks without a trace 1952: British York transport plane lost with 33 aboard 1954: US Navy Lockheed Constellation vanishes with 42 aboard 1956: US Navy seaplane, Martin p5M, dessappears with crew of ten 1962: US Air Force KB-50 tanker plane lost 1963: Marine Sulpher Queen vanishes without a trace 1967: Military YC-122, converted to cargo plane, lost 1970: French freighter Milton latrides disappears 1972: German freighter Anita (20,000 tons), lost with crew of 32 1997: Passengers dissappear from German yacht

How many people have survived the Bermuda triangle?

Alot of people hace survived the Burmuda triangle, but mostly dont say. they only and always put on television and reports of who hasn't survieved

How many people have died in the Bermuda triangle?

Over the past century, the Bermuda Triangle is claimed to havetaken over a thousand lives. These numbers cannot be confirmed,however, as myths have potentially inflated that number beyond thetruth.

Does the Bermuda triangle suck you into it?

Possibly- and this could explain lost planes and ships- a Vortex could exist in the area- a whirlpool in reverse, pulling everything down below the sea surface. it is a very rare natural phenomena, but not Impossible- like a surface level Black Hole or localized vacuum would be. There is a Vortex in the Great Lakes which has claimed numerous maritime and aircraft losses.

How long has the Bermuda triangle been around?

The first known use of the term "Bermuda Triangle" or "Devil'sTriangle" was in a magazine article in a 1964 article that waspublished in 'Argosy' by Vincent Gaddis called 'The Deadly BermudaTriangle'. Then in 1974, two books were published, 'The BermudaTriangle' by Charles Berlits and 'The Devil's Triangle' by RichardWiner. These publications were based on speculation, not science.

How many people have come out of the Bermuda Triangle?

Many people have escaped the Bermuda Triangle. Many cruise ships and commercial flights pass through the triangle unharmed. Those who escape with troubles usually tell about strange fog and equipments malfunctions. It is not impssible to escape the Triangle. Just about everyone who has travelled through the Bermuda Triangle has survived. Thousands of tourists pass through the 'triangle' each year going to and from Bermuda and the many popular tourist destinations in that area.

How many casualties in Bermuda triangle?

nobody can predict the number of casualties as you put it.The fact that Bermuda is real and dangareous.I learnt so many people are doubting it but yet is time to face the reality.for long ago geographers try to figure out what the cost is yet there attempts where not successfull,but i can assure you no one ever explain what exactly happen there.it is not a mistry is real...

How many square miles does the Bermuda Triangle have?

It encompasses 1.5 million square miles between Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, to Bermuda, to Puerto Rico.

How does the bermudia triangle suck people in?

It doesn't. The Bermuda triangle is a HUGE area, intersected by a couple of shipping lanes. It doesn't kill more people/cause more accidents than any other comparable water surface of the same area.

Has there been a expedition to the Bermuda triangle?

Try to visit http://bermudatriangleexpedition.blogspot.com/ It's the English translation of the book about Mizar Expedition in Bermuda Triangle, in 1977. You can download for free! http://bermudatriangleexpedition.blogspot.com/ bye!

How many disappearances have happened in the Bermuda Triangle?

Lots they aren't quiet sure yet but over 100 in 3 months in 2008 so yea a lot to find more you should search the Bermuda Triangle on google its a great source .

How many people live in the Bermuda Triangle?

The population of Bermuda is approx. 68,265; the population of Peurto Rico is approx. 3,978,702; the population of the Bahamas is approx. 310,426. That's a total of approx. 4,115,000 permanent residents of these three countries. There are also several hundred thousand visitors that regularly travel to and from these countries.

How many people has gone missing in the Bermuda triangle?

There have been many planes and ships and boata go down. But no one really knows how many people have gone missing.

Why do people fear the Bermuda triangle?

It was said by the people that , there is a dragon under the sea . And if somebody passes through, it emits waves. So, that waves are responsible for the mystery of disappearing planes,aircrafts,etc., But as per our research , we found that there is a strong magnetic field under the sea. So, spiraling takes place in the water. The color of clouds changes and wheels passing through it are attracted down by water........-monish,sulur

How many people died from the Bermuda triangle?

No people have died from the Bermuda Triangle because it is only lines drawn on a map. The people who have died in the area designated by these lines have died from normal occurrences for areas frequented by boat and air travelers; those deaths (or disappearances) are a result of normal, volatile weather conditions that occur in ocean travel whether it's near Bermuda, Cape Cod, or off Puget Sound, such as equipment or vehicles not suited for conditions, mechanical failure, or human error. Any deaths or disappearances that have no specific explanation are not due to mysterious forces but to the fact that there is not sufficient information. Those that can't be explained are a negligible percent of all losses.

Why do people dissapear in the Bermuda triangle?

Possible Reasons for the Disappearances UFOs Some theorists believe that the strange, unexplainable nature of these disappearances points to UFOs and abductions by extraterrestrial beings. These occurrences first happened at the beginning of the UFO era, and it's thought that while in flight or on the boats, the UFOs come in and disorient the pilots and passengers, and then take the entire flight or boat into their crafts and fly off. The best evidence of this is the pilot of Flight 19's strange comment, "we're entering white water..." which can't be explained by storms, as it was a clear day. Atlantis The Lost City of Atlantis has long been considered a myth by most westerners who have heard of it, but some believe that Atlantis used to exist where the Bermuda Triangle is currently located, and that some left over technology deep beneath the sea is interfering with the planes and boats and causing them to crash or sink. Some believe that the Bimini Road, which was discovered in 1968 underwater off the coast of Bimini in the Bahamas, is actually a road leading from the Bahamas to the former Atlantis, which is now resting under the sea. A Wormhole Some believe that the strange disappearances point to odd physical properties somewhere within the Bermuda Triangle itself, suggesting that perhaps, somewhere, there is an element not currently understood by man, that causes certain laws of physics to change within the triangle. It could, possibly, be a theoretical wormhole that transports those that pass through it to a different time and place in the universe. Natural Reasons Some have stated that because of the particularly rough weather going through the Bermuda Triangle, that it's possible that quick storms were whipped up that knocked planes out of the sky or sank ships without warning. Perhaps because of the quick nature of these events, the crashes and sinking's took place quickly, disappearing underneath the service before a rescue party could be scrambled. Some claim that it's simply human error, and at least one author has suggested that the amount of disappearances in a highly-traveled-through area such as the Bermuda triangle was not any more than the norm, and that the Bermuda Triangle theorists are simply alarmists, and that most of the Bermuda Triangle facts that have been released to the public have been sensationalized to sell papers or magazines. Others suggest that the lack of explanation has led other, less malevolent authors, to seek out evidence rather that forming a theory based on the evidence as a whole. You can always find evidence to support your conclusion if you're looking for evidence to support the conclusion in the first place, rather than developing a conclusion based off the evidence. .

How does the Bermuda triangle make people disappear?

The same way people disappear in any ocean. They drown! There is no mystery to the Bermuda Triangle. The number of peoplewho go missing in any one region of the ocean is generallyproportional to the density of traffic within that region. Thedenser the traffic, the more losses there are likely to be. Mysterysolved!

How many books are about the Bermuda triangle?

Specifically on the Bermuda Triangle, the book by that title by Charles Berlitz, also the older and good ( not far-out, author- a fishing commentator- tries to remain objective- Invisible Horizons by Vincent ( Gadabout) Gaddis. it is totally unlike his peppy, revved up radio program, but not at all fishy ( meaning questionable or fraudulent) Bait your hook for Gaddis" book! Hey that rhymes. But the best, most carefully researched book is Larry Kusche's "The Bermuda Triangle Mystery- Solved". It's hard to believe how many right out lies reporters were telling about vanishings that never happened, or didn't happen in the Triangle, that sort of thing. Believe it or not, one of the vanishings was a vessel in the *Pacific* ocean!

How many people do and don't believe in the Bermuda Triangle?

okay,the storys are true but they make people think the Bermuda triangle is full of the super natural. yeah people disapear ,but, there is a strong magnetic force in that small part of the world . really the only thing that goes on there is theres a stronger gravitatoinal pull! et vous probablement pense que je ne croit pas en o.v.n.i. (UFO)ni les e.t. ni les "fontomes"(super natural/ gosts)mais je ! (sorry when i get mad i talk french) people need to stop beleaving all these gost storys !!!!! it is getting crazy!!!!!! (i have seen a gost . yesterday i wrote a story about it.HE was crepy!!! and in the girl's washroom

To what extent has the Bermuda triangle affected peoples beliefs about travel across the Bermuda triangle?

people don't travel across the Bermuda triangle. but i have a suspicion that may the Bermuda triangle has a connection with area 5.

Why do people die in the Bermuda triangle?

i am honestly not posative i think the fog makes people wrek andthen the ship gets lst in fog

Do people ever come out of the Bermuda Triangle?

Everyday since it is in a shipping route used by boats. The Bermuda Triangle varies its exact location depending of who is telling the story. Whichever version of the 'triangle' you are referring to, hundreds of thousands to millions of people live, work, and lead normal, everyday lives, including travelling from island to island to mainland. Those people come and go throughout the 'triangle' everyday.

How the people died in Bermuda Triangle?

Inside the Bermuda Triangle their are hundred of small islands due to this people tend to lose their since of direction or lose faith in their directional equipment. They will then change course until either a they run out of supplies or food. This is the believed reason for lost piolets and such. also their are reefs that ships could hit and sink along with hurricane which until recentally we were unable to no their location and ship would be left in ruins due to them.

How many people have been lost from the Bermuda triangle?

Over 1000 people have been recorded lost in it. No one has been lost from the Bermuda Triangle because it is only lines drawn on a map. The people who have died or disappeared in the area designated by these lines have died from normal occurrences for areas frequented by boat and air travelers; those deaths or disappearances are a result of normal, volatile weather conditions that occur in ocean travel whether it's near Bermuda, Cape Cod, or off Puget Sound, such as equipment or vehicles not suited for conditions, mechanical failure, or human error. Any deaths or disappearances that have no specific explanation are not due to mysterious forces but to the fact that there is not sufficient information. Those that can't be explained are a negligible percent of all losses.

Do people come out of the Bermuda Triangle alive?

Yes, most people do come out of it alive, Technically if Your on the east coast from Miami your inside it so many people do come out.

Are people afraid of the Bermuda Triangle?

Some people are afraid, but the hundreds of thousands of tourists who visit the area each year are not. The area referred to as the Bermuda triangle is also an extremely popular vacation area.

How many aircrafts were lost in the Bermuda Triangle?

There is no way to know, since if they vanished, they are not known to have done so in the Triangle. The triangle is a made-up mystery. In fact, given the weather etc. there, it is no less safe than any other place.

How do people explain the disappearances in the Bermuda triangle?

That's the easy part to explain, 'mysterious' disappearances sell books. The Bermuda triangle has everything to do with the marketplace and nothing to do with science.

How many ships have dissapeared at the Bermuda triangle?

There have been hundreds but very few famous ones. Most disappearances are just small yachts and private planes. Here are the details about the two most famous disappearance's. The USS Cyclops and Flight 19. This is my rough draft for a paragraph on my high school paper. Note: Taylor I. of West Ridge wrote the passage below. The most famous ship that disappeared is the USS Cyclops. The USS Cyclops was a transport ship during World War 1. Many people think there was a German sub that sank it, but I think that the Gulf current swept it away and cab sized it because it would have been easy for the current to sweep it away because the Cyclops was having engine troubles. Flight 19 is among the most mysterious disappearances of the Bermuda Triangle. Flight 19 was a squad of TBM Avengers on a training mission. They were going to fly from an airport in Fort Lauderdale Florida to torpedo bomb some training targets. They were supposed to fly west to here. (Point on map) and then north to here and then south west to here. Due to compass variations and radio blackouts Captain Taylor (not me but the captain of Flight 19) decided to go back to an airport south down here (point to spot on map). That's what he thought he did. Consequently, it is commonly believed that from the compass variations caused him to go way up north (point indicated on map) and then kept going until they all crashed in the OkePonoke Swamps in Georgia. Subsequently, a search plane was sent to find F19. This search plane was called the Mariner. After it left to find F19 (p) it too was never seen again.

Why everything is sucked up by Bermuda triangle?

It isn't. The Bermuda Triangle is a made-up mystery; you are no more likely to vanish there than any other piece of ocean... or you can bet the insurance companies would forbid travel in the danger zone. If you are really interested in how the Bermuda Triangle Hoax got started, there's a book called "The Bermuda Triangle Mystery-Solved" by Larry Kusche.

Why have people been disapearing in the Bermuda Triangle?

Nobody really knows for sure. There is an interesting theory that there is a natural magnetic field which plays havoc with compasses and navigation equiptment. Another theory is this magnetic field actually pulls boats and planes down into a vortex in the water. That may explain why water and air craft simply disappear, in many cases no wreckage is ever found.

Why do people talk adout the Bermuda triangle?

People like to talk about the Bermuda Triangle for the same reason people like fairy tales and scary stories, for entertainment and stimulation of their imagination.

How did the people disappeare Bermuda Triangle?

Possible Reasons for the Disappearances UFOs Some theorists believe that the strange, unexplainable nature of these disappearances points to UFOs and abductions by extraterrestrial beings. These occurrences first happened at the beginning of the UFO era, and it's thought that while in flight or on the boats, the UFOs come in and disorient the pilots and passengers, and then take the entire flight or boat into their crafts and fly off. The best evidence of this is the pilot of Flight 19's strange comment, "we're entering white water..." which can't be explained by storms, as it was a clear day. Atlantis The Lost City of Atlantis has long been considered a myth by most westerners who have heard of it, but some believe that Atlantis used to exist where the Bermuda Triangle is currently located, and that some left over technology deep beneath the sea is interfering with the planes and boats and causing them to crash or sink. Some believe that the Bimini Road, which was discovered in 1968 underwater off the coast of Bimini in the Bahamas, is actually a road leading from the Bahamas to the former Atlantis, which is now resting under the sea. A Wormhole Some believe that the strange disappearances point to odd physical properties somewhere within the Bermuda Triangle itself, suggesting that perhaps, somewhere, there is an element not currently understood by man, that causes certain laws of physics to change within the triangle. It could, possibly, be a theoretical wormhole that transports those that pass through it to a different time and place in the universe. Natural Reasons Some have stated that because of the particularly rough weather going through the Bermuda Triangle, that it's possible that quick storms were whipped up that knocked planes out of the sky or sank ships without warning. Perhaps because of the quick nature of these events, the crashes and sinking's took place quickly, disappearing underneath the service before a rescue party could be scrambled. Some claim that it's simply human error, and at least one author has suggested that the amount of disappearances in a highly-traveled-through area such as the Bermuda triangle was not any more than the norm, and that the Bermuda Triangle theorists are simply alarmists, and that most of the Bermuda Triangle facts that have been released to the public have been sensationalized to sell papers or magazines. Others suggest that the lack of explanation has led other, less malevolent authors, to seek out evidence rather that forming a theory based on the evidence as a whole. You can always find evidence to support your conclusion if you're looking for evidence to support the conclusion in the first place, rather than developing a conclusion based off the evidence. .

How many things have disappeared into the Bermuda triangle?

Over 1,000,523 People/ objects have dissapeared into the Bermuda triangle...That is including dissapearing objects/ People from Hundreds of years ago.

Has chariles Lindbergh been in the Bermuda triangle?

he has been in the Bermuda triangle and he survived he explained that he was in a time warp for a period of time

What happens to people who go to the Bermuda triangle?

Nothing unusual, the accident statistics there are not significantly different than any other ocean area.

What do people think is the Bermuda triangle?

the Bermuda triangle, also known as the devil's triangle, is the popular name given to a triangular region of the Atlantic ocean off the Southwest united states. People think of it as a mysterious triangle where due to unexplained reasons, more than 50 ships, 20 aircraft, and 1000 lives have been lost. People get baffled at this mystery and start thinking of it as a spiritual or paranormal activity even though scientists believe that it is due to violent storms or preferably due to strong magnetic Field that pulls the metal IE. the ships and aircraft's down.

How do people describe the Bermuda triangle?

Some people describe the Bermuda triangle as a supernatural area that is dangerous to humans and other living or unliving objects. I describe it as a strange mystery that noone has figured out. Others say that it's a magnetic forefield that pushes planes and boats under the water to never return to the surface, kind of like super gravity.

Where do the people disappear through Bermuda triangle?

There is nothing "special" about the Bermuda Triangle, except that it is an area of ocean where storms can rise and claim ships and planes. In all probability, the people that have "disappeared" in this region are lying and/or decomposed at the bottom of the Atlantic.

What are the names of the people that survived the Bermuda triangle?

The survivors of the Bermuda triangle include (but are not limited to) the entire population of Miami Florida, Puerto Rico, Bermuda, parts of the Bahamas, all of the thousands of passengers on all of the major cruise lines, air lines, and private transportation who dare to enter the triangle each year. Sorry, I don't know all of their names, it includes several million people.

Do the people die or disappear in the Bermuda Triangle?

people can both die or/and disappear. the waves of the bermuda triangle are very strong so it could destroy ur boat easily. if u disappear know one really knows what happen to u

Why is it important that people know about the Bermuda triangle?

There are a couple of reasons why. If I'm about to travel into an area that is dangerous I certainly want to be informed of it. Additionally, it is important to learn the exact cause for the disappearences in order to prevent further tragedy.

How do people explain the mystery of the Bermuda triangle?

They explain it as an mysterious triangle also know as the devil's triangle it has cause many disappearances for at least 500 some say it's a bubble which sinks boats and aircraft but where are they found in the ocean to be sinked.

How many plans were lost in Bermuda triangle?

Many plains boats and other things got lost in the burmuda triangle I think hundreds lots. They say there's three ghost thr come up and swoop a invisible net over harmless people and drown them so people never find them again. Hope this helped👻

How many lived after going there the Bermuda triangle?

People travel through the Triangle area on a daily basis without any problem. It's the many ships and planes that have been lost without a trace that gives rise to speculation. The Triangle area is subject to rapid weather changes, within minutes. This is largely due to the cold waters of the Atlantic and the Gulf Stream which passes through the Triangle area. The area is also know to exhibit problems with navigational devices, both electronic and magnetic. This is due in large part to the proximity of where the Van Allen radiation belt comes closer to the Earth. It is a known factor; NASA doesn't operate satellites that travel over the Triangle area for this reason.

What happens to people who enter the Bermuda Triangle?

Usually nothing much. The Bermuda Triangle is a HUGE area. If you compare what hashappened there to similar areas elsewhere, they have the sameaccident rate per square mile. Nothing supernatural, nothingmystic, just life as usual.