The Bermuda Triangle

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San Val, Incorporated, Jan 1, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction
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Whether reading for fun or exploring the inexplicable, readers will enjoy these accounts of puzzling events and mysterious creatures. Each title examines the facts, offers rational explanations where possible, and leaves the mystery an open-ended question.

Plane after plane and ship after ship have encountered bewildering -- or disastrous -- events in this area. This balanced presentation provides the facts; readers must draw their own conclusions.

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User Review  - Reed - Goodreads

a very detailed short story about the bermuda triangle and its stories about lost planes and ships. Also patrolmen have found abanden ships too. Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Innes was trained as a scientist and worked as a biochemical researcher before turning to writing. He has had a large number of articles on forensic science.

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