MYSTERIES OF THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE-The dark route of SLAVERY



The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle or Hurricane Alley , is a loosely defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances.

In recent years, individuals, sailors and even pleasure cruisers had reported various paranormal activities in this dreaded zone. 
     The Bermuda triangle is reported to have been the final resting place for more than 60 ship and 30 airplane reported to have mysteriously disappeared. 

 Among the more highly publicized  once are :

-A pair of Avro Tudor IV passenger aircraft; the Star Tiger was lost on January 30, 1948, the Star Ariel on January 17, 1949 

-The disappearance of the SS Marine Sulphur Queen on February 4, 1963

-The paranormal experience of airplane pilot Chuck Wakely in 1964

-The disappearance of expert yachtsman Donald Crowhurst on June 29, 1969
Aggressive current emanating from what would be the triangle should it exist somewhere.

Indeed mysterious and paranormal  occurrence  reported in this dark Å™water body dates back to the mid 19th century. Ships whose captain deared  to take this part was either found completely  deserted  thus creating the scene of a ghost attack or it is  completly shredded with usually zero survivor.

Although  many believe that the supernatural claim of this area is false and based on myths. 

Some  believe the excessive opposing and cross water current had been responsible. 
   
Myths has it that lost ships and airplanes were swallowed by a gigantic beast emanating from the heart of the Bermuda 


THE DARK ROUTE OF SLAVERY 

Many still believes the dark acclaimed powers of the Bermuda Triangle lies in the blood of innocent Negroes slain during the slave trade era.
   
During this time traders set out from European ports towards Africa's west coast. There they bought healthy looking Africans  in exchange for goods and loaded them into the ships. 

The voyage across the Atlantic, known as the Middle Passage, generally took 6 to 8 weeks of untold suffering as the slaves were meant to stand in a fixed air tight cage at the bottom of the ship. 
Black slaves stacked together like log of woods


Once in the Americas those Africans who had survived the journey were off-loaded for sale and put to work as slaves. 
     
And those who could not make it? Where thrown into the sea to reduce the Weight on the ship.
    
Sometimes in attempt to escape the anti slavery sheep's, ship captains would offload a dozen cage of chained black men, women and children into the sea and leave them to the mercy of the Bermuda waters and beast of the seas.
 All for the sake of not been caught in trading humans.

Most people believe the innocent souls of the blacks so cruelly  murdered by their slave masters still wonder upon the Bermuda triangle and its territories till date , granting vengance to those whose father or father's father had been behind their deaeth.
Location of the Bermuda Triangle connecting Africa, South and north america


Be it true or not, one undisputed fact is the mystery  behind the dark side of the Bermuda Triangle would remain a mystery.

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