World's Greatest Mysteries Collection

Season 1 Episode 37

World's Greatest Mysteries Devil's Triangle: Portal Or Peril?

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World's Greatest Mysteries Devil's Triangle: Portal Or Peril?
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Controversy. Conspiracy. Confusion. History is fraught with events -- from local to global -- that have never been satisfactorily explained. What caused the dinosaurs to perish? How were the Egyptian Pyramids built? What happened to the great Inca civilization? Was John Wilkes Booth part of a large, sinister plot? Was George Armstrong Custer sacrificed to save the Grant Administration? Is there anything happening in Roswell, New Mexico, that should be shared with American citizens? Who shot John F. Kennedy? These and dozens of other international mysteries are investigated, explored, unraveled and reported. Devil's Triangle: Portal Or Peril? According to the Devil's Triangle historians, Christopher Columbus was the first person to document something strange in that notorious place on the planet. Columbus reported observing strange --dancing lights on the horizon and flames in the sky. Later, in the same area of the Atlantic Ocean--west of Bermuda and east of the coast of modern day North Carolina--he wrote in his log about bizarre compass bearings in the location. This television program questions the existence of --wormholes and their possible role in the Devil's Triangle's extraordinary events. What are the cigar-shaped vehicles seen in the region? Where does the green fog come from? Have people, ships, and airplanes actually disappeared without a trace from the area? This TV show attempts to separate fact from fantasy as it explores the strange happenings off the coast of Bermuda.moreless
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