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Did you know that the weather hundreds of miles off shore could be different than those in Florida Who knew Apparently not a lot of Bermuda Triangle legend re tellers This book debunks so many legends merely by looking at weather records and ship logs that it s rediculous Now whenever i see a TV special on the Bermuda Triangle i yawn The real mystery is why so many people can get their facts so wrong and how so many other people have taken these stories at face value without any serious fac Did you know that the weather hundreds of miles off shore could be different than those in Florida Who knew Apparently not a lot of Bermuda Triangle legend re tellers This book debunks so many legends merely by looking at weather records and ship logs that it s rediculous Now whenever i see a TV special on the Bermuda Triangle i yawn The real mystery is why so many people can get their facts so wrong and how so many other people have taken these stories at face value without any serious fact checking Gotta love the long shelf live of untested urban legends I wishpeople would read this book While Mr Kusche s book may not explain everything, it s a highly rational examination of the facts and sources behind some of the most enduring Bermuda Triangle tales All in all, the book takes away quite a bit of the mystery responsible for the legend of this region in a well reasoned and well presented manner. Not only does Kusche debunk the nonsense about the so called Burmuda Triangle, he outlines how facts and history can be distorted, manipulated, ignored and outright lied about to create from whole cloth a sinister controversy, conspiracy or whopper of a fairy tale to entertain for fun and, most pointedly, profit. It s just too bad that so few people take the time to do research and find out the real story behind most of the garbage woo woo stories that are spread around the internet, the dime store paperbacks, the b.s e mail forwards, the blasted History Channel If only this book were checked outor as often than the Berlitz type books, the world might be something of a better place. In my opinion this is the most credible report on Bermuda triangle disappearings No mystery, just dry compilation of facts which speak for themselves. I think this books doesn t really answer any questions Just ONE answer for everything repeated and repeated all over the papers They were late, so they didn t find any clues, and there s nothing special going on Go Get A Life Personally I like to see a bit of mystery in life, so this book was a huge disappointment for me.Wouldn t recommend it. An exhaustive account of the Legend of the Bermuda Triangle, which is sort of the Holy Roman Empire of mystery regions like the HRE, it s not really a triangle, not particularly mysterious, and often nowhere near Bermuda Kusche was a reference librarian at Arizona State University who saw increasing numbers of requests for information about the Triangle He decided to gather all the information he could, going to primary sources whenever possible only to find fairly good evidence that the L An exhaustive account of the Legend of the Bermuda Triangle, which is sort of the Holy Roman Empire of mystery regions like the HRE, it s not really a triangle, not particularly mysterious, and often nowhere near Bermuda Kusche was a reference librarian at Arizona State University who saw increasing numbers of requests for information about the Triangle He decided to gather all the information he could, going to primary sources whenever possible only to find fairly good evidence that the Legend is manufactured, misinterpreted, or just plain malarkey The book is basically just an itemized list of the main incidents as of the early Seventies, but I don t think the Triangle gets much play in the age of GPS , starting with the Legend claim and continuing with quotations from primary sources and Kusche s own conclusions or summaries Mostly he sticks to a neutral point of view but in some cases he can t resist throwing shade The Legend failed to mention one small point about the disappearance of Al Snider the gale that struck the small skiff as the men were fishing in the dark p 147Another time he just duplicates, for emphasis, a mystery dissolving quote from a primary source So not only is this a triumph of library science over pseudoscience and sensationalism, it has other merits First, it demonstrates some key patterns in unexplained urban legend making The writers who promulgate these modern myths tend to be anomaly hunters, willing perhaps unconsciously to fudge details like the location of the disappearance or add cosmetic embellishments if it makes the tale spookier They also tend to source each other rather than check back with primary references, which would clear up many of the so called mysteries This also means that they omit key details like stormy weather and proceed to assume that everything was otherwise fine Second, it gave me an appreciation for how risky it was to traverse the Atlantic even until the Fifties and Sixties, and conversely, how amazingly safe traveling and shipping is in the modern day Third, there are some genuinely interesting stories in with the otherwise mundane losses and wrecks Including a couple happy endings Overall this is a great book to read for anyone interested in the Bermuda Triangle, skeptical inquiry, urban legends in general, or even just fans of librarians It might be particularly valuable in the current age of memes and fake news *READ EBOOK ☠ The Bermuda Triangle Mystery Solved ✔ What is this strange area in the Atlantic that seems to swallow up ships and planes without warning Finally, thanks to Larry Kusche, a reference librarian at Arizona State University, we have a plausible answer to this most perplexing enigma Intrigued by the many requests for information he received, Kusche went on an intensive hunt for knowledge He gathered everything he could find about each incident from sources as diverse as the military, insurance agencies, and newspaper reports The truth is in here and it s logical, smart, and backed up by evidence The impression you quickly get is that the real mystery of the Bermuda Triangle is how people can be so stupidly credulous About half of the ships that supposedly met their fate in the Bermuda Triangle actually sank or were abandoned hundreds or thousands of miles from the Triangle One of them sank in the Pacific Ocean Another substantial chunk of the legend are ships that never actually existed.I read through the entry for Flight 19 Reading the evidence presented in a sober manner makes i The impression you quickly get is that the real mystery of the Bermuda Triangle is how people can be so stupidly credulous About half of the ships that supposedly met their fate in the Bermuda Triangle actually sank or were abandoned hundreds or thousands of miles from the Triangle One of them sank in the Pacific Ocean Another substantial chunk of the legend are ships that never actually existed.I read through the entry for Flight 19 Reading the evidence presented in a sober manner makes it undeniable that the flight commander got lost because he mistook the Bahama Islands for the Florida Keys, turned the flight north and east in search of Florida, and stubbornly refused to admit his mistake and turn west again, in spite of numerous radio calls from people who recognized the mistake.The book was written in 1975 I did some spot checking to see if there wasrecent information for a few of the incidents I didn t really find any My guess is because the Bermuda Triangle ceased being a thing a long time ago I read this book when it first came out and was fascinated by it The author examines the popular books of the time and researches all of them Many events attributed to the Triangle were not in fact in the Triangle One ship was actually in the Pacific Ocean The most reported instance if the squadron of planes that disappeared He actually read over 2000 pages of transcripts from the official reports and found no mystery The squadron leader was recently transferred from the Florida Keys and w I read this book when it first came out and was fascinated by it The author examines the popular books of the time and researches all of them Many events attributed to the Triangle were not in fact in the Triangle One ship was actually in the Pacific Ocean The most reported instance if the squadron of planes that disappeared He actually read over 2000 pages of transcripts from the official reports and found no mystery The squadron leader was recently transferred from the Florida Keys and while leading the squadron saw some islands the resembled the Keys and he became disoriented and thought he needed to head north to get back to the base Many of the students kept asking why they didn t just follow the compass.I loaned this book to a friend that was a firm believer in the Triangle and he lost it and later claimed that he never had it.This is a book that I would love to re read