Bermuda Triangle can be called as arguably the biggest mystery known to man kind.
Till date there are no answers or solutions about the planes or ships that have disappeared in the Devil’s Triangle.
Over many years, we’ve been hearing lots and lots of theories to support the mystery about the magnetic place but none ever seemed solid enough for us to believe it.
However, I’ve got the latest one for you. A new set of researchers believe “rogue waves up to 100 ft high may be the reason for some of the disasters which have taken place in the ‘Devil’s Triangle”.
A team from the University of Southampton recreated these monster storm waves for a documentary called “The Bermuda Triangle Enigma”.
The scientists built a replica of the USS Cyclops, a humongous vessel which went missing in the Bermuda Triangle in 1918 resulting in the death of 306 people. The Cyclops was a 542ft vessel used to carry coal to American warships during World War One. It vanished in 1918. No wreckage or trace of is 306 crew and passengers have ever been discovered. It’s like they vanished into thin air.
Dr Simon Boxall, an ocean and earth scientist, said the Bermuda Triangle is often hit by three massive storms coming together from different directions to form huge rogue waves.
“There are storms to the south and north, which come together. And if there are additional ones from Florida, it can be a potentially deadly formation of rogue waves. They are steep, they are high – we’ve measured waves in excess of 30 metres. He added.
Though this theory is unlikely to be accepted by everyone. We are left with this until a new theory emerges.