I’ve discovered the secret of the mysterious shipwrecks and disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle. It’s Rum.
Yes, I know that the island is encircled with dangerous submerged reefs because I’ve dived the wreck sites of vessels who met their doom there 300 years ago. I’ve also probed the long history of privateering, on which the islands early economy depended, and heard the stories of how Bermudian settlers would lure ships onto these reefs in order to collect the bounty from the sinking vessel.
Paranormal explanations include personal accounts of strange light sightings and lapses in time; proposed as space-time warps by those attempting scientific rationalizations.
What about storms? one might suggest. Having lived as a benefactor of the sub-tropical climate that the Gulf Stream creates; I’m aware of its propensity to cause major storms. Hurricane Fabian was a doozy, but not mysterious.
Again, let me suggest Rum as the perpetrator and I’ll explain why……
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Written by @TravellingwithHart
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