i was wondering if there any places where people can go missing mysteriously like Bermuda Triangle?
- DubbsLv 61 month agoFavorite Answer
Dragon Triangle, there's an area off the coast of Japan that has similar disappearances.
But if you want to get technical there are 12 areas all over the planet like this: look up the Devil's Graveyards, you'll find that they are geometrically positioned around the planet, like an icosahedro. It's got a lot to do with magnetic pull of the Earth.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Bangkok, China. If anyone you know goes there and is gone.... Bangkok has em now.
- joeLv 42 months ago
Aokigahara forest in Japan, is known as 'the suicide forest' where many people go to commit suicide and many people go missing in that forest
- Gray BoldLv 72 months ago
Tenaya Canyon is a dramatic and dangerous canyon in Yosemite National Park, California, USA, that runs from the outlet of Tenaya Lake 10 miles down to Yosemite Valley, carrying water in Tenaya Creek through a series of spectacular cascades and pools and thence into a deep canyon below Cloud's Rest, a giant granite mountain adjacent to Half Dome. The canyon has achieved notoriety because of a curse Chief Tenaya reportedly invoked in the 1850s as a result of the death of his son at the hands of a battalion intending to deport the natives of Yosemite Valley. Those who believe in the curse cite accidents, mysterious deaths, and disappearances. Some park rangers have reportedly referred to Tenaya Canyon as the Bermuda Triangle of Yosemite.Source(s): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenaya_Canyon
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- Obi Wan KnievelLv 72 months ago
Yes there are any places. It's this new place called just about everywhere.
The Bermuda Triangle is just a myth with a really cool name. Millions of people go in and out of that triangle every year (Bahamas is entirely inside it), millions more pass through or over it, and when was the last mysterious disappearance you heard about? Exactly.
I live between just about all of the Great Lakes, which have seen more unexplained disappearances in the last 100 years than the fabled triangle has, and the lakes are 1/5 the size of the triangle. But nobody is telling ghost stories about the Great Lakes Triangle, because it doesn't have a cool name. And it's not a triangle.