I agree... there is nothing to this area.
It is true that there have been many ships and aircraft that have gone missing in the "Bermuda Triangle", but it was no more than any other parts of the world. Back in the day, ships went missing all the time for a variety of reasons. Aircraft too. Besides, the area known as the Bermuda Triangle is huge - much bigger than even Texas.
Here we are in 2003 with huge advancements having been made in radios, communications and satellite navigation. Guess what? Ships don't go missing there any more! Any sinkings now usually have an explanation, such as bad weather. Commercial planes criss cross the BT
hundreds of times a day with no problems.
Sailors (and later pilots and air crews) are well known to be a superstitious group and after a couple of high profile ships went missing, there were countless stories about the BT
. Ghost ships (like the Mary Celeste), unexplained technical maladies, UFO sightings, time warps... you name it. We don't hear about them now because they don't happen. Even the famous aircraft that went missing in 1945: I think there were five training aircraft and a search plane that never came back. Sure sounds like the BT
when nothing was ever found, not even oil slicks on the Atlantic. But the truth is this is called being lost and running out of fuel - the searchers were unsure where to search. Besides, didn't they find the wreckage of those planes a few years ago (Unsolved Mysteries covered this)?
I'm not completely skeptical about everything paranormal. But for me to believe in ghosts, UFOs and Bermuda Triangles, I need to see it or I need proof of something unexplained. Right now, I have not seen it.