Scientists Say Gas Bubbles Could Explain Bermuda Triangle Mystery
Researchers in Norway say explosions in the ocean's floor may have caused ships to sink in the Bermuda Triangle.By Samantha Crook | March 15, 2016
Norwegian scientists are speculating giant sea bubbles are the cause of the Bermuda Triangle — as in the area between Florida, Bermuda and Puerto Rico where ships and planes supposedly vanish.
Researchers told the the Sunday Times they found craters up to 150 feet deep near the coast of Norway. They believe the craters were caused by gas explosions in the ocean's floor, possibly capable of, say, sinking a ship.
Similar theories have been tested before with some success.