The Bermuda Triangle is a best-selling book by Charles Berlitz which popularized the belief of the Bermuda Triangle as an area of ocean prone to. Book is in great condition, especially for it's age. My Grandmother had this book and I wanted to read them again. Now that I am older I appreciate these. The Bermuda Triangle book. Read 93 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. You may have heard of it as 'the Hoodoo Sea', 'the Graveyard o.
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Discusses the ships, small boats, and airplanes that have mysteriously vanished in the area between Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico, offering possible. Find The Bermuda Triangle by Berlitz, Charles at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers. the book that started the Bermuda Triangle myth. Identifier CharlesBerlitzTheBermudaTriangle Identifier-arkark://t0qs16q5x.
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ISBN LCCN An incredible saga of unexplained disappearances. Illustrated, many black and white photos. With collaboration of J. Manson Valentine. Description text copyright www. Item ID Comfort Kraft Published: Nr Fine Edition: Hardbound, Paper DJ.
V-Fine in Good DJ. World of Books Ltd Condition: Book Club Associates, Book Club Edition Reprint. Fine cloth copy in a near-fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved.
Scattered foxing to margins. Originally published: Shipwrecks - Bermuda triangle. Bermuda triangle.. Remains particularly and surpri Edition: Used book in good condition.
Has wear to the cover and pages. The Bermuda Triangle sustains heavy daily traffic, both by sea and by air. The Bermuda Triangle is one of the most heavily traveled shipping lanes in the world. The agonic line sometimes passes through the Bermuda Triangle, including a period in the early 20th century.
The Bermuda Triangle is subject to frequent tropical storms and hurricanes. The Gulf Stream —a strong ocean current known to cause sharp changes in local weather —passes through the Bermuda Triangle.
What is not known about the Bermuda Triangle: The exact number of ships and airplanes that have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle is not known. Why read it now? Well, not all of my Year of Nostalgic Re-reads are fiction. I read this back in or 75, which put me at 13 or I was intrigued, at the time.
Of course, while on the path of future skepticism, I had less than no resources in south-eastern Connecticut to check anything, so just read it out of curiosity and while with a critical eye, no means to counter.
Now, 40 years later, and with access to lots of resources via the internet, Berlitz's embellishments, fabrications, outright lies, distortions and tabloid imflammatory style are so easily debunked. And yet, this book is still shoved incorrectly in the nonfiction section. First example: from the actual transcript and circumstances of Flight 19 December 5, , any idiot can see that Berlitz not only misrepresented the story, but made up his own parts to go with it the corporal asked to be excused because he had his required hours, and not because he had a bad feeling.
This is the style throughout: Large aircraft which have also disappeared since the Star Ariel have generally followed the same pattern - that is, normal flight procedures, then - nothing [ Of the bioluminescence of the Sargasso Sea: " Easy to dismiss but all part of the catastrophe that is Berlitz.
The first paragraph of Chapter 5 shares this gem: " Sure, but that's because on every page there are so many unverifiable claims that stupid stuff like that stands out. Or page "First, the 'Devil's Triangle' is one of the two places on earth where a magnetic compass does point to true north.