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Bermuda Triangle

The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is a loosely defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, where a number of Atlantic Oceanaircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances. The vicinity of the Bermuda Triangle is one of the most heavily traveled shipping lanes in the world, with ships frequently crossing through it for ports in the Americas, shipsEurope, and the Caribbean Islands. Cruise ships and pleasure craft regularly sail... read more

Bermuda

Bermuda is a British Overseas TerritoryBritish Overseas Territory in the North Atlantic Ocean, off the east shore of British Overseas TerritoryBritish Overseas TerritoryNorth America about east-southeast of British Overseas TerritoryBritish Overseas TerritoryNorth AmericaCape Hatteras, British Overseas TerritoryBritish Overseas TerritoryNorth AmericaCape HatterasNorth Carolina, south of British Overseas TerritoryBritish Overseas TerritoryNorth AmericaCape HatterasNorth CarolinaCape Sable Island,... read more

The Bermuda Triangle (film)

''The Bermuda Triangle'' (, also known as ''The Secrets of the Bermuda Triangle'' and ''Devil's Triangle of Bermuda'') is a 1978 Mexican horror sci-fi film written and directed by René Cardona Jr..==Plot==A tour boat sails into the Bermuda Triangle and mysterious things begin happening on board.==External links==Category:Films set in the Bermuda Triangle read more

The Bermuda Triangle (book)

The cover of the 1977 Panther paperback edition of Berlitz's ''The Bermuda Triangle''''The Bermuda Triangle'' is a best-selling 1974 book by Charles Berlitz which popularized the belief of the Bermuda Triangle as an area of ocean prone to disappearing ships and airplanes. The book sold nearly 20 million copies in 30 languages.In the book, Charles elaborates upon several theories for the purported disappearances. One of those theories states that the Bermuda Triangle was actually a by-product of... read more

Bermuda Triangle (video game)

Bermuda Triangle is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released by SNK in 1987. The player controls a fighter jet and shoots enemies, collects power-ups, and defeats bosses to advance levels. The game is also known as World Wars. read more

Bermuda Triangle (Buckethead album)

''Bermuda Triangle'' is the eighth studio album by Buckethead, and is more or less an electronica tinged collaboration with Extrakd, who also produced and mixed the album.The album has been described as an "instrumental underground hip-hop/electro-funk fantasia" and "snippets of blazing metal, washes of delayed patterns, relaxed lines matched with stuttering drums, and vice versa", dealing with several Bermuda Triangle incidents and other sea/sailor related themes.The album was recorded on a portable... read more

Bermuda Triangle Band

Bermuda Triangle Band's wild psychedelic and delicately nuanced electric autoharp and transcendental vocals grew out of the late 1960s folk rock scene. With an independent attitude, eccentric style and highly unusual instrument lineup, the group was unprecedented. Psychedelic rock autoharp was then-unknown,''New York Times'' review by Stephen Holden August 8, 1983''Entertainment New York'' magazine, review refers to "rock autoharp"''East Carolina State University Press'' review January 14, 1971... read more

Bermuda Triangle (disambiguation)

The Bermuda Triangle is a region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean where a number of aircraft and surface vessels allegedly disappeared mysteriously. read more

Bermuda Triangle (song)

"Bermuda Triangle" is a song by Barry Manilow, from his album ''Barry''. Released as a single in 1981, it reached number 15 in the UK charts, and number 16 in Germany.The song features tonicizations, the cycle of fifths and a brief modulation to the tonic minor, which represents Manilow 'losing his woman'. Category:Song recordings produced by Ron DanteCategory:Songs with lyrics by Jack Feldman (songwriter) read more

Bermuda Triangle (Sea World)

The Bermuda Triangle was a themed indoor flume ride at the Sea World amusement park on the Gold Coast, Australia. In 2013, the ride was replaced by Storm Coaster, a Mack Rides water coaster.The Sea World ride has a replica that still operates in Movie Park Germany to this day.==History==In 1980, Sea World opened a set of bumper boats located in a small lake in the centre of the ''Viking's Revenge Flume Ride''. In 1987, these bumper boats were removed to aid in the construction of ''Lassiter's Lost... read more

List of Bermuda Triangle incidents

This is a list of incidents attributed in popular culture to the Bermuda Triangle.== External links ==Category:International maritime incidents read more

Category:Films set in the Bermuda Triangle

Films set in the Bermuda Triangle. The vertices of the triangle were first defined in 1964 as the cities of Miami and San Juan, and the island of Bermuda. Other geographic definitions have since been suggested. read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Bermuda Triangle source page

The result was Merge content to Bermuda Triangle.--JForget 22:31, 4 August 2008 (UTC)===Bermuda Triangle source page===Wikipedia is not a directory. At best this should be merged into the respective articles. Joelito (talk) 16:24, 13 July 2008 (UTC) read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Into the Bermuda Triangle

The result was delete.  Sandstein  18:59, 3 October 2015 (UTC)===Into the Bermuda Triangle===Apparently non-notable, Google search revealed several bookseller descriptions, but no significant in-depth coverage from independent sources. I couldn't find anything meeting WP:BKCRIT. The article is orphaned and unsourced since creation in 2013. Maybe it's more notable with Bermuda triangle enthusiasts, but I wouldn't know where to look for such coverage. GermanJoe (talk) 19:29, 25 September... read more

Category:Bermuda Triangle

Entrants in this category should be persons, places, or incidents that are closely related to the Bermuda Triangle.Category:Wikipedia categories named after regions read more

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