Review: “The Bermuda Triangle” by Charles Berlitz

For the love of books

For centuries, the Bermuda Triangle has been a place of mysterious disappearances both on land and sea.  Vessels, airplanes, and civilians have vanished when traveling through the Triangle, a non-existent geographical designation of the area between three points: Florida, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda.

The perplexities that would suddenly occur in the Bermuda Triangle have prompted controversial theories and arguments from countless scholars and government officials.  Charles Berlitz gathered all tangible records and data of these bizarre events within the Triangle into one concise volume, The Bermuda Triangle.  The author also discusses in great detail the various theories about this “mystery spot,” from U.F.O. kidnappings to Atlantean scouting.  The probability of each possible answer is carefully analyzed for plausibility.  However, the focus of The Bermuda Triangle is the stupefying number of incidents, especially the loss of so many airplanes and gigantic ships without a trace.

Berlitz intelligently conveys the public’s shock and dismay at one of the earth’s unexplained secrets.  After presenting the facts surrounding the Bermuda Triangle, he challenges the reader to answer the ultimate question: is it all an ingenious hoax or another dangerous mystery that may never be solved?

Original review: What is the secret of the Bermuda Triangle?, Examiner.com

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