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8,617. Certain places around the world have baffled scientists and scholars for decades. Places with names like the Zone of Silence, the Gate of the Gods, and the Bermuda Triangle. Visitors to these mysterious sites report a series of strange energies, unexplained disappearance and supernatural phenomena. (Aliens & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) Ancient Aliens: Mysterious Places s2e1
8,618. Perhaps the most infamous of the world’s mysterious places is the Bermuda Triangle. (Aliens & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
8,619. What causes ships and planes to disappear without trace? Why has nautical and navigational equipment stopped working, or changed course by itself? Historical shipping records show that the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle are much older than many people think. Ever since the earliest days of oceanic exploration sailors have witnessed strange sights. (Aliens & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
8,620. And if there really is a portal in the open waters of the Bermuda Triangle, might there by others on land? (Aliens & Ancient Astronaut Theory & Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,065. Since 1945 over a hundred ships and planes are said to have vanished there: not only without trace but often in mysterious circumstances. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) Arthur C Clarke’s Mysterious Universe
65,066. It lies just west of Florida. An abyss where all conventional reasoning is called into question. Over the centuries it’s had many names: the Sea of Doom, the Graveyard of the Atlantic, the Devil’s Triangle, but amid the mystery there is one certainty: perfectly functioning aeroplanes and ships seem to disappear here with no warning. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) Mysteryquest: Devil’s Triangle
65,067. While records of disappearances are by no means complete, in the last thirty-five years the most notorious spot on the planet has claimed more than seven hundred boats, a hundred and twenty planes, and countless lives. But even more mysterious are the circumstances surrounding these disappearances. They vanish in fair weather without a trace. No bodies, no explanations. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,068. Many pilots report encountering a bizarre phenomenon known as electronic fog just before they disappear in the Triangle. (Bermuda Triangle & Fog & Caribbean) ibid.
65,069. The earliest recorded instance of strange happening here came from Christopher Columbus in 1492. He wrote not only of strange compass readings but also mysterious lights in the sky. 1918 saw the first disappearance of a military vessel: the USS Cyclops. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,070. But 1945 saw the most baffling Triangle disappearance, called Flight 19. Five Navy bombers took off from their Fort Lauderdale base on a perfect sunny day. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,071. UFO sightings have also been reported around this mysterious restricted area next to Andros Island in the Bahamas ... This place is a US Navy facility called AUTEC, short for Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Area. (Bermuda Triangle & UFO & Caribbean) ibid.
65,072. Known as Rogue Waves there was never any proof of their existence. Then in 1980 off the coast of South Africa a tanker called the Esso Languedoc had a fateful encounter. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,081. This is the Bermuda Triangle: half a million square miles of Atlantic ocean. Where countless planes and boats seem to vanish into thin air. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) The Truth Behind: Bermuda Triangle
65,082. Flight 19: their plan – to head into the islands of the Bahamas and return to base within two hours. They never made it. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,083. Deep in the heart of the Triangle lie the islands of Bimini. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,084. Some of the most amazing disappearing acts have involved ships and boats. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,085. Our experiments suggest that eruptions of methane could cause a plane to crash at low altitudes, and sink a ship. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,086. One truth remains: there is no concrete proof of anything supernatural going on in the region. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,089. Bermuda Triangle hysteria reached its height fifty years ago. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) Destination Truth s3e6
65,090. Recently, a twin-engine aircraft carrying twelve passengers to the Bahamas vanished mid-flight. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,091. Over Bimini Island – huge magnetic fluctuation on the EMF detector. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,092. My compass reading is spinning round in circles ... All of our gear is crapping out. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,093. The Triangle is four million square miles of ocean in which more than five thousand people have disappeared without a trace. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) Bermuda Triangle: The Mystery Revealed
65,094. The first assumption is that these disappearances are the result of Nature on the attack. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,095. We can reveal the tremendous vortex that circles the north Atlantic. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,096. Almost a third fall into the path of the Gulf Stream. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
65,097. The rogue wave is formed – these potential killers were thought to be rare. (Bermuda Triangle & Caribbean) ibid.
72,902. I’m on a journey around the Caribbean Sea with its thousands of beautiful islands. Caribbean with Simon Reeve, BBC 2015
72,903. A vast area with a rich and brutal history. ibid.
72,904. The international [drugs] trade is increasingly shifting to the Caribbean islands. ibid.
111,800. I was just off the coast of the beautiful island of Barbados at the eastern edge of the Caribbean with glorious beaches and fabulous villas, its’the Caribbean of the rich and famous … What’s become the Platinum Coast. Caribbean with Simon Reeve II
111,801. St Vincent: it’s part of a chain of islands with a population of around 100,000 which have only been an independent nation since 1979. ibid.
111,802. The marijuana plantations aren’t exactly hard to find. ibid.
111,803. Venezuela: the longest Caribbean sea coastline of any nation. ibid.
73,938. The community at Monkey Point have a reputation as some of the best seafarers in the area. Caribbean with Simon Reeve III
73,939. Nicaragua's the second-poorest country in the Western Hemi- -sphere. (Caribbean & Nicaragua) ibid.
73,940. Across Honduras there’s almost one murder ever hour. (Caribbean & Honduras) ibid.
73,941. There are thought to be 300,000 gang members in Central America. MS-13 is the biggest gang. (Caribbean & Gangstas & Central America) ibid.
73,942. The Brain Drain – and it’s a huge problem across the Caribbean. ibid.
73,943. Jamaica is emerging as a rare success story in the battle against crime in the Caribbean. (Caribbean & Crime & Jamaica) ibid.
82,088. This is Antigua ... ‘I detest this country’ [Nelson] ... Who is buried here on the Antiguan coastline and why? (Empire UK & Caribbean & Slavery) Sam Willis, Nelson's Caribbean Hell-Hole, Yesterday 2015
82,089. This magnificent habour was a cesspit ... Life on those ships must have been unbearable. (Empire UK & Caribbean & Slavery) ibid.
82,090. The island was wholly given over to the brutal business of industrial scale sugar cultivation ... The hundreds of thousands of slaves who were sent here from west Africa. (Empire UK & Caribbean & Slavery) ibid.
99,751. They’re going back in time through fifty years of black British history, starting in 1948 they’ll discover how past-war Caribbean immigration changed the way we all live. (Black People & Caribbean) Back in Time for Brixton, BBC 2016
99,752. How it all started in one London suburb: Brixton … ‘the Windrush generation’. (Black People & Caribbean) ibid.
99,753. Families needed to find somewhere to live; this was easier said than done. (Black People & Caribbean) ibid.
99,754. Lambeth had one of the fastest changing populations in the country. (Black People & Caribbean) ibid.
99,755. 1956 was the year of peak immigration from the West Indies to Britain: over 26,000 would make the journey that year. (Black People & Caribbean) ibid.
100,053. We may be shivering. But there’s one bit of Britain where things are very different: the Cayman Islands. It’s a Caribbean paradise of sun, sea and cocktails, but there’s something else going on: big money. It’s one of the most secretive places on Earth. And for one very good reason: Cayman is a tax haven. (Cayman Islands & Tax & Caribbean) Jacques Peretti, Britain’s Trillion Pound Paradise: Inside Cayman
100,054. But on the Cayman Islands no-one pays a penny. (Cayman Islands & Tax & Caribbean) ibid.
100,055. It’s a British overseas territory. (Cayman Islands & Tax & Caribbean) ibid.
100,056. Fish fingers: eleven dollars … This island doesn’t necessarily work so well for ordinary people. (Cayman Islands & Tax & Caribbean) ibid.
100,057. The average four-bed on Cayman: nearly two-million pounds. (Cayman Islands & Tax & Caribbean) ibid.
100,058. It’s competing with tax havens around the world. (Cayman Islands & Tax & Caribbean) ibid.
100,059. Cayman is an island of great inequality. (Cayman Islands & Tax & Caribbean) ibid.