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Gian J. Quasar

Special Guest

Biography:

Gian Quasar is the first person to completely document the Bermuda Triangle, incident by incident. His research began over 12 years ago and he has compiled the largest private repository of reports and official maritime documents that contain over 350 cases spanning over 2 centuries. Over 150 of these have been disappearances which have happened in the last 25 years. His tenacity in finding every scrap available has gained him popular recognition as the man responsible for bringing the subject forward for an entirely new generation.

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Bermuda Triangle Investigation

Author Gian Quasar discussed his twelve year investigation into the strange disappearances of aircraft and ships in the Bermuda Triangle. His interest in the subject was piqued when he got a hold of the NTSB papers that documented far many more disappearances than were covered in the press. "That's when I realized there was an underbelly to this no one knew about it," he said. ... More »

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