Whatever happened to Flight 19—five Navy bombers that vanished on a routine training mission—and the untold numbers of others who have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle? What can we learn from intrepid adventurers like Christopher Columbus, Charles Lindbergh, and Bruce Gernon—the co-author of this book—who survived frightening encounters in the Triangle and lived to tell the tale?
The Fog presents pilot Bruce Gernon’s groundbreaking new theory of the Bermuda Triangle, based upon his own firsthand experiences, eyewitness reports from other close-call Triangle survivors, and leading scientific research. Gernon believes that a rare natural phenomenon may be behind many of the seemingly paranormal happenings in the Triangle, causing time distortions, pilot disorientation, and equipment malfunctions.
But the notorious Bermuda Triangle hasn’t given up all its secrets. The Fog also explores the Triangle’s connection to UFOs, a secret navy base, and a possible link to a vanished ancient civilization.
Bruce Gernon’s fantastic voyage in the Bermuda Triangle lasted only half an hour. But it was an experience that changed his life and eventually led to the discovery of a new theory about why planes and ships sometimes disappear on calm, sunny days ...
In my new book, Stalking Shadows, I talk about some of my most interesting and creepy experiences both as a psychic medium and as a ghost hunter. That got me thinking: why is it that certain things and places spook a lot of people? Places such as basements, attics, abandoned buildings; dolls; clowns—the list is endless.
One of the most obvious... read this article