Amazing Facts You Didn't Know About The Bermuda Triangle


Ever since the earliest explorers traversed its treacherous waters, the Bermuda Triangle has fascinated scholars, and terrified sailors across the globe. With literally thousands of shipwrecks over the centuries, this region of the ocean has built a reputation quite unlike any other. People have squabbled over the causes for the many disappearances and wrecks, with ideas including pockets of exotic gas, gravitational vortexes, magnetic anomalies, submerged ancient human civilizations, and even aliens. In this video, we take a look into some of the amazing facts about the Bermuda triangle that you might not have ever heard about! For example, did you know that the Bermuda Triangle is actually comparable in size to India, the 7th largest country on the planet? Not only that, but since it’s borders have never been fully agreed upon, many people have no real idea of when the Triangle begins, or where it ends. Imagine being at sea, when all of a sudden your compass starts pointing in a completely new direction, or seeing the ocean around you begin to froth and churn before swallowing your vessel in one gluttonous bite. Not only that, but The Bermuda Triangle is home to some of the deepest underwater trenches and crevices our planet has to offer. Some delving more than twice the depth of the Titanic wreck! It’s no wonder so many vessels have disappeared there, only to never be found or heard from again. So join TheHub as we put on our sailing gear and jump into these amazing facts that you didn’t know about the Bermuda Triangle!