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Into the Bermuda Triangle: Pursuing the Truth Behind the World's Greatest Mystery

3.44 of 5 stars 3.44  ·  rating details  ·  118 ratings  ·  12 reviews
Still unsolved, still baffling, still claiming new victims. Here are the untold stories.

A pilot reports a strange haze enveloping his plane, then disappears; eleven hours after fuel starvation, as if calling from a void, he is heard 600 miles away. He requests permission to land, then vanishes forever. A freighter steaming over placid seas disappears without a trace. A ple
Paperback, 320 pages
Published February 28th 2005 by International Marine Publishing (first published 2003)
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This is not your ordinary Bermuda Triangle book. Instead of looking at just one idea behind what could be causing hundreds of planes and boats to disappear within the coordinates of the area nick-named the Bermuda Triangle, the author looks at different ideas each with its own backing and scientific information regarding each one. The book is well referenced and uses many eye witness accounts as well as quotes from other material that was used while doing the research for this book.

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There always has been a great deal of debacle and discussion on the Bermuda Triangle for more than half a century. Gian Quasar's book is a must read if you thought History channel documentaries had put this issue to rest. The Triangle mystery, in all likeliness could be simple. Or in many instances not simple at all. Scientific arguments have failed on more than one occasion to come out with logical, viable solutions. This book is a well researched, informative and step by step account of myster ...more
Mar 26, 2015 Dan rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: history
Mr. Quasar (a fake name if I ever heard one) summarizes the many facts surrounding many of the mysterious disappearances in and around the Bermuda Triangle. The many accounts and details let your imagination run wild before he actually gets down to scientific inquiry. He offers a litany of many plausible if obscure explanations none of which is strong enough to explain all the disappearances by itself. Then he moves into the science fiction of aliens or advanced ancient civilizations which reall ...more
Finally waded through this book. Originally captured by its title, I found this is a rather daunting science book. Some parts are quite difficult to digest, or at least needs a bit of side research to understand. Though it's a quite fulfilling experience if one can finish it.
For thrill seekers, you probably want to stop at the 2nd chapter.
I've seen more documentaries than read books on this subject. This was my first actually. Since I knew most of the events discussed in this book through documentaries, it did not intrigue me that much. But for those who would want a good book on B.T should acquire this. Its a good start.
The concept for this book was really good, and at first it was quite engrossing, but it got so repetitive after a while that I just couldn't finish it. While it was very thorough, it got a bit old.
Amanda (cougarette)
So disappointing. It started out very interesting and went downhill around chapter 4. It picked up a little more towards the end, but by that point I was over it. It just became so dry.
David Vinther
very, very dry book. took alot of the interest i had in the bermuda triangle out of the stories presented
Interesting. Some of the theories were believable but he lost me at ancient aliens.
It was OK. A bit dry and does not come to any clear conclusion.
Fatemah Alajmi
I want to go there .. good book
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Dec 01, 2008 Kim Dixon is currently reading it
Very intriguing!!!
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