For years we have wondered what made planes and boats disappear within the Bermuda Triangle, but scientists think they may have found an answer. Modern researchers claim that 100 foot rogue waves could be the reason that so many vehicles disappear in this specific area. When multiple storms come together at once, this phenomenon can create rogue waves. These waves have the ability to reach up to 30 meters, equal to 100 feet. Their height shows just how dangerous they could be to those who are en route along their path.
- The Bermuda triangle, also known as the Devil’s triangle, is an infamous body of water that stretches 700,000 square kilometers at the west of the North Atlantic Ocean.
- During a Channel 5 documentary series, “The Bermuda Triangle Enigma,” scientists at the University of Southamptom believe the mystery of the triangle could be explained by “rogue waves”.
- It was first in 1997 that satellites first observed rogue waves off the coast of South Africa and some have been measured 30 meters high.
“British scientists believe 100ft ‘rogue’ waves could be the reason why so many boats have been sunk in the mysterious Bermuda Triangle.”