Bizarre Facts, Shocking Places and Events

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  • One of the most infamous disappearances surrounding the Bermuda Triangle is Flight 19. Flight 19 was an organized team of 5 U.S. Avenger torpedo bombers that disappeared in December of 1945, first month after the official end of the World War II. All 14 airmen were lost and never heard from again. Over the years, the Bermuda Triangle has become famous for these types of strange reports!
  • Was William Shakespeare only a pen name? The Shakespeare Authorship question is the controversy about whether the works traditionally attributed to William Shakespeare were actually written by another writer or a group of writers! This public debate conspiracy theory dates back to the mid 19th Century. Some believe that William Shakespeare was actually a pen name used by the true Author(s).
  • Very similar to the Bermuda triangle is the Marysburgh Vortex. This is an area of the Eastern Lake Ontario! Lake Ontario is one of the five great lakes of North America! According to the Shipping and insurance records, during the early days of steamboat travel, more than two thirds of the shipwrecks in Lake Ontario occurred in the area encompassed by the Vortex!
  • The Conqueror, an epic film produced by Howard Hughes in 1956 espouses by the deadliest Movie set ever! The Movie was principally shot near St. George, Utah. It was 137 Miles south of the United States government’s nuclear weapon test site named Nevada Test Site! The Conqueror is often cited as one of the worst Movies Ever!
  • The Oregon Vortex is the name given to a naturally occurring physical phenomenon that can be witnesses in Gold Hill, Oregon, and its surrounding areas! It is located in the North-West corner of the USA. Vortex has been described as a spherical field of force that causes objects to defy the laws of gravity! It covers a large area and every person standing on the ground appears to be leaning in one direction. It feels as if one is standing up straight, but the body is inclined towards the magnetic North or South! This creates an optical illusion that drastically changes a person’s height!
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Prior to adopting Mark Twain as his pen name, Samuel Langhorne Clemens wrote under the pen name, Thomas Jefferson Snodgrass!

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