Monday, January 04, 2010

Mystery of The Nevada Triangle

Nevada Vortex
By Stuart Winter
The Daily Express

A MYSTERIOUS area of Nevada where thousands of planes have disappeared without trace may finally have given up its secret.

     So many aircraft have vanished there that it has been nicknamed the Nevada Triangle, echoing the so-called Bermuda Triangle, an ocean zone infamous for the loss of ships and planes.

No one knows exactly how many flights have vanished inside the Nevada Triangle over the past 60 years.

Crash sites are seldom discovered in the remote wasteland of desert and mountain, which stretches across more than 25,000 square miles of virtually-uninhabited country.

But speculation is that the total is more than 2,000.

Conspiracy theorists have long claimed the reason so many flights have disappeared is connected to the presence in the area of America’s most guarded tract of landscape – Area 51, the top secret air base where it has been claimed the bodies of alien pilots from crashed UFOs are kept in deep-frozen storage.

1 comment :

  1. It's a known fact that vital info can be retrieved from the aircraft black box and i presume researches might have got info with this, i would suggest to send a plane with invisible and robust cameras so we can get some screen shots in case of a plane crash....


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