The Alaska Triangle is more deadly than The Bermuda Triangle

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Although the Bermuda Triangle is more widely known around the world, there has been evidence of The Alaska Triangle which is more mysterious and has more cases of vanishings and crashes. The Alaska Triangle is more deadly than The Bermuda Triangle.

Many people are familiar with the well-known Bermuda Triangle which is 500,000 square miles of open water in the Atlantic Ocean, creating a triangle between Miami, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda. In the last 50 years, The Bermuda Triangle has claimed over 700 boats, 120 planes, and countless lives. Although the Bermuda Triangle is more widely known around the world, there has been evidence of The Alaska Triangle which is more mysterious and has more cases of vanishings and crashes. The Alaska Triangle is more deadly than The Bermuda Triangle.

The Alaska Triangle

The Alaska Triangle is located in a vast remote wilderness area twice the size of Texas. This area is hundreds of times more deadly and is located between Utqiagvik, Anchorage, and Juneau. In the last 30 years, 16,000 people have disappeared without a trace, which is two-three times the number of disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle. The Alaska Triangle is one of the most mysterious and dangerous places on Earth. Ships have been missing, planes have crashed, and many people have vanished without any remains found or for any valid reason. The most significant risk in the Alaska Triangle is in the air with over 2,000 planes crashed or vanishing in the last 20 years.

Disappearances in the Alaska Triangle are common and many paranormal researchers believe these occurrences could be paranormal activity. Since the dawn of time, there have been stories of paranormal activity in Alaska that continue to the present day. UFO encounters have been historically linked to areas of high military activity and this state has nine major bases. The Alaska Triangle has had other unusual activities of bizarre paranormal activity with sightings of monstrous beasts in the lakes and forests.


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The Missing Douglas

The case that baffles investigators to this day is the disappearance of a military transport plane called the Douglas C-54 known as “The Missing Douglas which vanished in 1950. On January 26th, 1950, the Missing Douglas took off from Elmendorf Airbase, in the middle of the Alaska Triangle with 44 passengers on board. There were 36 passengers and eight crew members, as well as cargo on board, and the C-54 is one of the most important planes in the Air Force. During this time in history, it was a year after NATO was formed and the start of The Cold War. For the C-54 to reach a mandatory point, it had to move east by 240 miles. The plane made the radio call on time and two hours into the flight it vanished without a trace in the Alaska Triangle. There was no distress call or any indication that there was an emergency. The military base was 56 miles from the Soviet Union and the USA initially thought they may have shot down the plane. However, the C-54 was traveling away from that region when it disappeared. After the plane did not arrive at its destination, it was declared missing and an enormous search effort was launched, making it a top priority. 7,000 ground troops and 85 aircraft were deployed to help search an enormous area of 300,000 square miles. No one could determine why and how The Missing Douglas disappeared.

After the Douglas C-54 incident, four planes crashed mysteriously in the Alaska Triangle. The first plane crashed at the southern end of the triangle and they were rescued. The second aircraft was a C-47 which crashed in the southern part of the search grid. There were no fatalities. A week later a third search plane went down near the last position the Douglas was last seen. The fourth plane is significant because it wasn’t a search plane, it was a B-36 nuclear bomber twice as big as the Douglas. The B-36 took off from the Eielson Airforce Base and headed to Fort Worth, Texas nonstop on an exercise. The plane went over the Pacific before turning back into the triangle towards Juneau. The craft lost all power, the atomic bomb was cast into the ocean and the plane crashed in Mount Kologet in British Columbia. The nuclear weapon and several thousand pounds of conventional explosives all vanished. The bomb was never found becoming the first loss of nuclear bomb in history. Four airplanes were lost in a 30-day period in the Alaska Triangle. Hostile Soviet Union activity was ruled out. Was it magnetic interference? Electromagnetic forces and gravitational anomaly? Was the C-54 overpowered by superior technology causing the plane to vanish?


In October 1972, a plane carrying the leader of the House of Representatives Boggs mysteriously vanished on the southern edge of the triangle.

With 16,000 people and many planes missing, it remains one of the most mystifying mysteries on the planet. Was it a portal? Wormhole? Is paranormal activity happening in the Alaska Triangle? Was the C-54 abducted by a UFO?

The case of the Missing Douglas aircraft remains open and unsolved after 70 years.


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