Into the Bermuda Triangle

Into the Bermuda Triangle

Pursuing the Truth Behind the World's Greatest Mystery

Book - 2004
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McGraw Hill

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 pleasure yacht ghosts past without a soul on board. A pilot calls for help because a "weird object" is harassing his plane. A jet collides with an "unknown" and is never found. . . .

Into the Bermuda Triangle is the first comprehensive examination of these baffling disappearances in more than a generation. Drawing on official reports from the NTSB and other investigative agencies as well as interviews with scientists, theorists, and survivors, leading authority Gian Quasar not only sets the record straight on previously examined cases, he also offers a bulging file of new cases, the collective results of his twelve-year investigation. In meticulous detail this unflinching account:

  • Documents confirmed disappearances of airplanes and ships
  • Gathers new testimony and reexamines old interviews from eyewitnesses and survivors
  • Explores possible explanations ranging from zero-point energy to magnetic vortices
  • Challenges our assumptions with the sheer weight of accumulated evidence

In this age of technological and scientific discovery, there are still mysteries that transcend understanding. The Bermuda Triangle is one.

"The best book I've ever read on this important subject."—Andrew Griffin, The Town Talk

Publisher: Camden, Me. : International Marine/McGraw-Hill, [2004]
Copyright Date: ©2004
ISBN: 9780071452175
Branch Call Number: 001.94 Quasar 2004
Characteristics: 294 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm


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Sep 27, 2017

This was something I was interested in when I was a teenager, so I was curious to see what new developments have occurred since that time. I hadn't realized that the "disappearances" and "incidents" have continued since the mid-70s, which was the last time I read anything. However, the book does also confirm my decision to catalogue under fiction in my personal library.

Jun 21, 2015

I enjoyed this book immensely. I have always been very interested on any theory (no matter how far-fetched) about the Bermuda Triangle. Many different angles & ideas, from the mystical to the scientific, are discussed regarding this phenomenon. The chapter on missing aircrafts where voices were heard long after the craft had vanished from radar kept me up at night!

droctogonopus123 Sep 14, 2013

Listen Csorofty, the only reason why YOU find this book bad is because you have no taste in scientific books

Nov 24, 2012

this book is extremely boring


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