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#1 Bar27262

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Posted 26 February 2008 - 02:33 PM

Discuss the traingle >_<

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Posted 26 February 2008 - 02:52 PM

Oooh, I love this topic! It's one of the most interesting paranormal stories in my opinion. I can't wait to hear what others think of it!
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Posted 26 February 2008 - 03:00 PM

What's a traingle?
"We grow neither better or worse as we get old, but more like ourselves."May L. BeckerCoffee.......the foundation of consciousness

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Posted 26 February 2008 - 03:05 PM

What's a traingle?

LOL!!! The Bermuda T-R-I-A-N-G-L-E is the topic. :Spaz:
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Posted 26 February 2008 - 03:15 PM

O.K. Ofical Traingle. We'll discuss this.
I better go back to the "fun and games" thread! Or a second cup of coffee.
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Posted 26 February 2008 - 06:01 PM

Ofical



What's an ofical? :clap:
Ah. Well... I attended Juilliard... I'm a graduate of the Harvard business school. I travel quite extensively. I lived through the Black Plague and had a pretty good time during that. I've seen the EXORCIST ABOUT A HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVEN TIMES, AND IT KEEPS GETTING FUNNIER EVERY SINGLE TIME I SEE IT... NOT TO MENTION THE FACT THAT YOU'RE TALKING TO A DEAD GUY... NOW WHAT DO YOU THINK? You think I'm qualified? --BeetlejuiceI'm the ghost with the most, babe.--BeetlejuiceWe've come for your daughter Chuck--Beetlejuice

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Posted 26 February 2008 - 07:40 PM

lol...it looks like this thread is already gonna disappear into the Triangle if this keeps up...hmm...so no wreckage of any sort found of those flight 19 (?) planes? There that should bring the Ofical :clap: Traingle :lol: thread back on topic!

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Posted 26 February 2008 - 08:32 PM

There are several triangle topics posted I remember from before... one was really interesting regarding the location, etc... just do a search if you like. But I'll contribute my bit again for this one.

There's something to it, and many theories about it. There's the one about the gaseous eruptions from the bottom of the ocean floor creating vacuum for ships... but that doesn't explain airplanes. There's the magnetic field school of thought, the time warp suspicions, the alien abducting and the ever popular parallel universe.

All possible in my opinion, I can't say for sure... but I can say that in 1945, my grandfather made the Bermuda victim history books when he and his co-pilot completely and utterly vanished from atmosphere, land and sea while crossing the triangle on a cargo flight from Cuba. No trace of plane, cargo or pilots was ever found... massive search = massive mystery.

Bless you, grandpa... hope it didn't hurt.

Edited by spiritdoc, 26 February 2008 - 08:35 PM.

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Posted 26 February 2008 - 09:06 PM

O.K. sorry everyone. I'm better now.
This is, without a doubt, a very interesting topic that's been written about over the years. Who was that famous person who wrote one of the books?
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Posted 27 February 2008 - 02:07 PM

O.K. sorry everyone. I'm better now.
This is, without a doubt, a very interesting topic that's been written about over the years. Who was that famous person who wrote one of the books?


Charles Berlitz? I read a book he wrote of the Triangle a few months back and it was great. Is he the famous person you're referring to?
Has the Triangle acted up lately though? Or the are the news services ho-hum about it now in 2008 that they're not even reporting on the Triangle anymore?

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Posted 27 February 2008 - 04:12 PM

These ships and planes happened more frequently in the past than they do now. I'm sure that all of those people that disappeared in the Burmuda Triangle were sent into another dimension.

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Posted 27 February 2008 - 05:45 PM

An interesting story, spiritdoc! Would you might sharing any of the details of your grandfather's disappearance?

I flew through the Bermuda Triangle several times as a flight engineer in the Air Force, but I'm sorry to say that I don't have a single tale to tell out of the ordinary. I do, however, remember a story my father once told me about when he was an instructor navigator flying T-29s out of James Connally AFB, TX.

While flying over the Bermuda Triangle, his students would often comment about the strange glowing spots under the water that could be seen at night. None of the pilots or instructor navigators could explain what they were, so they always told the students they were "underwater navigation lights" used to help pilots stay on course :wave:
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Posted 27 February 2008 - 06:50 PM

I think the best reason for the greater disappearances in the past vs. the present is mainly the type of navigational equipment. With the modern GPS technology using satellite instead of the earth's magnetic field it makes the disappearances less common.

Edited by Axman, 27 February 2008 - 06:51 PM.

Ah. Well... I attended Juilliard... I'm a graduate of the Harvard business school. I travel quite extensively. I lived through the Black Plague and had a pretty good time during that. I've seen the EXORCIST ABOUT A HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVEN TIMES, AND IT KEEPS GETTING FUNNIER EVERY SINGLE TIME I SEE IT... NOT TO MENTION THE FACT THAT YOU'RE TALKING TO A DEAD GUY... NOW WHAT DO YOU THINK? You think I'm qualified? --BeetlejuiceI'm the ghost with the most, babe.--BeetlejuiceWe've come for your daughter Chuck--Beetlejuice

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Posted 28 February 2008 - 10:18 AM

I think the best reason for the greater disappearances in the past vs. the present is mainly the type of navigational equipment. With the modern GPS technology using satellite instead of the earth's magnetic field it makes the disappearances less common.

That's true, but only if you believe the disappearances are simply pilots and captains getting lost at sea, with no mysterious or paranormal reasons behind the disappearances....just failed navigation technology.

What is your opinion, Axman? What do you think goes on out there?
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Posted 28 February 2008 - 11:22 AM

An interesting story, spiritdoc! Would you might sharing any of the details of your grandfather's disappearance?

I flew through the Bermuda Triangle several times as a flight engineer in the Air Force, but I'm sorry to say that I don't have a single tale to tell out of the ordinary. I do, however, remember a story my father once told me about when he was an instructor navigator flying T-29s out of James Connally AFB, TX.

While flying over the Bermuda Triangle, his students would often comment about the strange glowing spots under the water that could be seen at night. None of the pilots or instructor navigators could explain what they were, so they always told the students they were "underwater navigation lights" used to help pilots stay on course :weeee:


That's interesting, too, Earth_Spirit!! I wonder if those gaseous bubbles theory holds some water... hmm?

I'll try to ask my mom and aunt to get out the old newspaper articles from 1945 about it, there are details there hopefully. I just know the story my grandma used to tell me. Although, most information annals and family papers are forever lost up the "annals" of the Castro regime.

I'll get back to the topic if I get some.
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