A company that operates cruises passing through the famous “Bermuda Triangle” promised its customers that it would compensate them for the full price of their tickets, if the ship carrying them disappeared in mysterious circumstances when passing through this triangle!
The travel agency in the United States, the Ancient Mysteries Cruise, has offered a trip to the Bermuda Triangle and a 100 per cent refund in case the ship sinks or disappears.
Passengers paid up to 1,450 pounds (1,700 euros) for a cabin on the two-day trip of a lifetime on the Norwegian Prima cruise ship, which sails from New York to Bermuda in March.
And in a delightful display of the hotspot’s mysterious history, the cruise company promised a full refund to passengers if the giant ship disappeared into the Triangle, where hundreds of boats, even planes, are said to have disappeared.
Its website states: “Don’t worry about disappearing on the Bermuda Triangle Tour. The tour has a 100% rate of return and your money will be refunded if the ship goes missing.”
The tour, popular with conspiracy theorists, includes a Twilight Bermuda cruise on a glass-bottomed boat, as well as Q&A talks with several guest speakers including Nick Pope, who worked for the UK Ministry of Defense, and author Nick Redfern.
Bob previously worked at Airstaff 2a at the Department of Defense, called the UFO Office, between 1991 and 1994. Other speakers include Peter Robbins, Micah Hanks and Jim Harold.
On the other hand, the Australian scientist, Karl Krushelnicki, a professor at the University of Sydney, claimed to have solved the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle.
Back in 2017, Krušelnicki insisted that “superpowers” did not play a role in the Bermuda Triangle, and that the disappearance of planes and boats was due to bad weather there and human error.
The Triangle is located between Miami, Puerto Rico and Bermuda, and many planes and ships are reported to have disappeared over the years near the North Atlantic region, which covers 700,000 kilometers of ocean.
Krushelnicki hypothesized that because the Bermuda Triangle is a crowded spot from the sea, indicating its proximity to the United States, the disappearances in the region are not unusual: “It is close to the equator, near a rich part of the world, America, and therefore there is heavy traffic.” .