The Bermuda Triangle

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Doubleday, 1974 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 203 pages
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Discusses the ships, small boats, and airplanes that have mysteriously vanished in the area between Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico, offering possible natural and supernatural reasons for the disappearances

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User Review  - Mia - Goodreads

I'm a dork and like crazy conspiracy books, just to see what the crackpots think, and someone bequeathed me a giant stack of them from the early 70's. Man! These books are written SOOO terribly but I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sonya Watkins - Goodreads

Way too much about theories of aliens capturing planes and ships. Also seemed to include an inordinate amount of info on ancient civilizations(Atlantis) and theories of advanced ancient technologies ... Read full review


A Mystery of the Air and Sea
The Triangle of Disappearing Planes
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Berlitz is a world-famous linguist. He is the grandson of the founder of the Berlitz Schools.