Bermuda Triangle Investigation

Hosted byGeorge Noory

Bermuda Triangle Investigation

Highlights

  • Theories & Explanations
  • 1945 Case & Electromagnetism
  • About the show

    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.

    Quasar cited reports of "ovoid" shaped UFOs that were associated with missing crafts in the Bermuda Triangle, going all the way back to the 1920's and earlier. He theorizes that the UFO's are not manned by extraterrestrials but rather by the remnants of an "antediluvian" Earth civilization who may be abducting the occupants of the vehicles for reproduction or training. Further, he suggested that they are based in the Triangle "because the shallow ocean depths are ideal to recreate a similar atmospheric pressure that an antediluvian society would have had and continues to require for life." These beings may live in small dome-like structures 30 to 50 ft. underwater, he added.

    Among the many unusual incidents he has researched, was a case of a live radio report from a lost pilot that was heard by traffic controllers many hours after he had made his first call, and should have run out of gas. In another case a pilot described being surrounded by an "electronic fog" that seemed to exist just around his plane. He was able to eventually escape but said for a time, he was flying with it, and not through it. For more, check out a photo Gian sent to us related to magnetic vortices.

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