Bermuda Triangle: Ship Reappears 90 Years After Going Missing.

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  1. Jay Prowaves says:

    Methane bubbles from the ocean floor within the Bermuda Triangle cause machinery to malfunction and can cause death if inhaled to much. Back in 1925, instruments that can detect this did not exist. Planes went down from concentrated methane clouds that came from the ocean floor, ships died, crew members couldn’t breathe, and probably evacuated to try and swim for a fresh air supply, but couldn’t make it due to the high levels of concentrated methane from the earch, below the ocean within the Bermuda Triangle.

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