This story now
IN OMG! ON 22 Oct, 2016
After consuming the lives of nearly 1,000 individuals in the past year, there have been many controversies enveloping the Bermuda Triangle. As it turns out, the mystery behind all the deaths might finally be solved.
Scientists have been studying the weather and cloud patterns that engulf the Bermuda Triangle and they have rather shocking news on it.
The weather pattern and the so-called 'killer clouds' could be the culprits of drowning many ships and planes that cross the area.
A hexagonal cloud envelope is around the area that creates terrifying winds. These brutal blasts of air are capable of flipping massive planes and ships as well.
They appear from the Western side of the Bermuda Triangle and they can be terrifying to anyone.
It was said that most clouds don't have a typical edge and they can often be varied in distribution. That also means that their stretch at a particular time can't be determined for sure.
They can rise 45ft up in the air. And can crash down many large planes. It was noted that a normal wind created by these clouds can reach the wind speed that was seen during Hurricane Katrina.
Isn't that scary?
To access this content, confirm your age by signing up.