Specifics about the Bermuda Triangle's physical size and location can vary, but it's commonly described as the triangular part of the Atlantic Ocean running between Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico. And it's become a sort of go-to for legends because since the early 1900s, more than 50 ships and 20 aircrafts have disappeared in the area without leaving any trace of a victim.
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A lot of people are keen to chalk the disasters up to UFOs, to some rare magnetic field anomaly that destroys instrumentation, or any number of other supernatural phenomena. Some researchers have even claimed that outgassing methane has made the water in that area so full of gas bubbles that it can't support a ship.
Read more about the Bermuda Triangle:
History: Naval History and Heritage Command
National Post: Coast guard believes cargo ship missing in the Bermuda Triangle sank during hurricane