The Bermuda Triangle – fact, fiction and fantasy

iStock_000011928300_Medium_620x31070 years after the disappearance of five planes in the Atlantic, Giles Milton investigates one of the world’s most enduring aviation mysteries.
The message picked up by the control tower was as bizarre as it was alarming. “Everything looks strange,” said the pilot. “It looks like we’re entering white water. We’re completely lost.” There were a few more crackles and then silence. It was December 5, 1945, and the five planes of Flight 19 – a military training mission from Fort Lauderdale, Florida – had vanished.

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