Unusual events reported by Christopher Columbus

An unusual events reported by Christopher Columbus in 1493 while he was journey through Atlantic Ocean in a voyage. Later it proved, the place was Bermuda Triangle. The Bermuda Triangle, also called the Devil's Triangle, is an imaginary area that can be roughly outlined on a map by connecting Miami, Florida, San Juan, Puerto Rico and the Bahamas, an island chain off the coast of the United States. Within that triangular area of the Atlantic Ocean have occurred a number of unexplained disappearances of boats and planes. Additionally, readings on directional devices do not operate normally inside the triangle. Unusual events in that area date back in recorded history to 1493 and the first voyage of Christopher Columbus (1451–1506) to the new world. In his log, Columbus noted that his compass readings were askew within the area now called the Bermuda Triangle, and he and his crew were confused by shallow areas of sea with no land nearby.

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