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The Dragon's Triangle (1989)

by Charles Berlitz

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An interesting read. Gets you wondering what secrets might be lying on THAT ocean bed. ( )
  dragonasbreath | Oct 23, 2011 |
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Dedicated to the solution of the mysteries of the ocean and skies in an area off the coast of Japan called the Devil's Sea or the Dragon Triangle.
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On the other side of the world from the Bermuda Triangle there exists a section of the ocean startlingly similar in its history of vanishing ships and planes.
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WHAT LURKS BENEATH THE CHOPPY WATERS OF THE DRAGON'S SEA?

If you were to drive a steel stake into the heart of the Bermuda Triangle, its shiny tip would burst through a body of water infinitely more dangerous on the opposite side of the earth - Ma-no Umi, The Dragon's Triangle. Situated off the coast of Japan, ancient records show that ships have been vanishing in the Dragon's Triangle for centuries - from fishing boats to present-day 200,000-ton tankers.

Now Charles Berlitz, bestselling author of The Bermuda Triangle, and master of the unexplained, casts his penetrating eye to the EAst, offering new insight into the strange and dramatic riddle of THE DRAGON'S TRIANGLE.

  • What causes the ocean currents in the Dragon's Sea to create three-sided, triangular waves?
  • Why is there never flotasm - the normal signs of a shipwreck - when a vessel vanishes within the Triangle?
  • Why do pilots flying over the Triangle report strange mists and a disorienting sense of accelerated time?
  • Of the few surviving crew members among the thousands lost, why have none been able to offer an explanation of what happened?


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Describes mysterious disappearances, etc., in a Bermuda Triangle-type area in the Pacific Ocean near Japan.

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