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Many more accounts will be in Gian Quasar’s sequel. Accounts include those of such famous pilots as Charles Lindbergh, modern pilots that continue to report odd happenings, and the detailed accounts of Columbus.

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   The list of eyewitnesses and survivors of extraordinary and unexplainable events in the Triangle is impressive.  Airliner pilots have encountered unexplained and severe “jolts” and “pulses” out of nowhere that have sent big jumbos dashing to the surface in precipitous dives. Clouds have “come out of nowhere” and caused compasses to spin and engine RPMs to drop off. Objects and luminous phenomena have sped past. All electronic equipment has ceased for no known reason: cell phones, radios, navigational equipment, LORAN. There are areas of dead spots, bending of space, loss of horizon. Below are just a few examples of some of the cases. These are not cranks or crackpots. All are accomplished pilots or shipmasters. These and dozens more can be found in Into the Bermuda Triangle by Gian J. Quasar  

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Christopher Columbus

The beginning. After Columbus’ log extracts were finally published in Spanish & English  in 1989, a faithful translation could be made. Detailed proof came of his several encounters in the Triangle with the unexplained.

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Frank Flynn

“I talked to many oceanographers, and none of these people could shed any light whatsoever on what it might have been”—Frank Flynn

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Don Henry

I thought ‘My God, I’m next!’

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Bruce Gernon

“It has become a permanent part of my memory,  since I have been memorizing it for over 30 years.”

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Martin Caidin

Somewhere in the heavens there is a great invisible genie who every so often lets down his pants and pisses all over the pillars of science.

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Paul Vance

“I thought, My God there is something to this Bermuda Triangle stuff after all.”

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