For the first time ever the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle have been painstakingly documented in Into the Bermuda Triangle. This is not the book of a write-for-hire hack. Nor is it the result of only a brief interest in the topic or a reflection merely of popular forum debate. Between 1980 and 1999 the topic of the Bermuda Triangle had itself almost vanished under debunker driven spin. Then in 1999 it was discovered that a young man named Gian Quasar had been researching the phenomenon since 1990 and had just placed his vast collection of official reports on the web at www.bermuda-triangle.org. People were surprised by 75 aircraft disappearances in that time and dozens of yachts and ships. The phenomenon of unexplained disappearances had continued, without publicity or public knowledge.
Quasar’s ability to ferret out actual documents made him the objects of dozens of TV documentaries on History Channel, Discovery Channel, Travel, National Geographic, BBC, NBC, SCI-FI, Fox, and many others. In 2003 McGraw-Hill rushed into publication his book Into the Bermuda Triangle, which immediately went into extra printings. This interest was not created by tabloid hype. Generations that grew up with the hearsay of the Bermuda Triangle mystery were finally shown the facts. Quasar was the first historian to tackle one of the great mysteries of the “occult” not as a supernatural phenomonon but as an unsolved mystery.
Into the Bermuda Triangle presents the incidents, old and new, citing the relevant details instead of offering laborious vignettes. All this is based upon reports from the NTSB, Coast Guard, Air Force Safety Center, Navy JAG, Her Majesty’s Stationary Office and the National Archives, among others. Eyewitness testimony of survivors of unusual events is almost always based on more than 1 eyewitness. The rest of the book is devoted to the theories, a journey to ancient civilizations, the possibility of a prehistoric super-civilization, UFOs, concepts of “electronic fog” and electromagnetic abberations, “quantum longevity,” anti-gravity, and the unavoidable coincidence that leads one to the other and always back to the Triangle’s mystery.