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"vincent gaddis" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

04:21 min | 9 months ago

"vincent gaddis" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"We have a story like this. Yeah i mean the one. I did last. Time is a lot like this one. Yeah and that's where we were like. We should just go ahead. And do the bermuda triangle. Yeah 'cause we have come across it so much anyways. So for decades. Bermuda triangle has captured the human imagination with unexplained disappearances of ships planes and people and other phenomena located off the southeastern coast of the us in the atlantic ocean between bermuda. Florida and puerto rico. The region has become. It's known as a region of unexplained mysteries but the area seems a stretch as far as the magic nation will allow. also. The devil's triangle has been blamed for the disappearance of thousands of people in the past decades. The term bermuda triangle was first used by vincent gaddis in nineteen sixty four in an article published in argosy magazine but the earliest mention of the area was in nineteen fifty and nineteen fifty article published in the miami herald by edward van. Winkle jones edward vending winkle jones. Okay that's tongue-twister tears later. Fate magazine published see mystery at our back a short article by george sand covering the loss of several planes and ships including the loss of flight. Nineteen a group of five. Us navy gunman tbn avenger torpedo bombers on a trainee. mitch mission. Sands article was the first to lay out the now familiar triangle area where the last took place as well as the first to suggest a supernatural element to the flight nineteen incident. So and i'm gonna get into flight. Nineteen a little bit later on. Nineteen alone would be covered again in the april. Nineteen sixty two issue of american legion magazine. All right and then in february nineteen sixty. Four vincent gaddis wrote an article called the deadly. Bermuda triangle in the pulp magazine are saying flight. Nineteen and other disappearances were part of a pattern of strange events in the region. The next year gaddis expanded this article into a book invisible horizons. So this is when the whole legend of the Mita triangle really start to take off explanations. Okay you can both talk about this Explanations for occurrences in the bermuda triangle. Run the gamut from a scale of scientific to aliens. Yeah do you wanna talk about those now or you wanna wait until the end after. We've discussed all the weirdness Wanting to talk about the scientific ones first and then we can talk about the weird ones later. Okay so one of the things that people talk about or as an explanation as to what's going on is comfort competent comp- grew we're definitely drinking today. Folks all right compass variations compass. Problems are one of the cited phrases and many tr- triangle at incidents while some have theorized that unusual local magnetic anomalies may exist in the area. Such anomalies have not been found. Compasses have natural. Magnetic variations in relation to the magnetic poles a fact which navigators have known for centuries magnetic north and geographic. True north are exactly the same only for small number of places for example as of two thousand and the united states. Only those places on a line running from wisconsin to the gulf of mexico. There is some evidence to suggest. The bermuda triangle is a place where magnetic compass sometimes points towards true north as opposed to magnetic north. So that's one explanation and then another one. Did you run into this one. The gulfstream No i don't know you'll have to talk about because it may be under something different than what you have. Okay and other is the gulfstream. The gulfstream is a major service current primarily driven by thermo. Hey circulation that originates in the gulf of mexico and then it flows through the straits of florida into the north into the north atlantic..

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"vincent gaddis" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"vincent gaddis" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"That's kind of it. I mean have that wrong. But i think exiles touched on the bermuda triangle couple times in the series and i think that was kind of my initial fascination with it. I've always watched documentaries on it but so like we said in the The open the bermuda triangle is this imaginary triangle in the atlantic ocean and the three points. The triangle are miami. San juan and bermuda now the vicinity of the bermuda triangle is some of the most heavily traveled shipping lanes in the world with ships frequently crossing through to the ports in america europe and the caribbean islands cruise ships and pleasure craft regularly sail through this area too. And there's a lot of commercial aircraft to fly over it so in one sense. It does make a lot of sense that there would be a lot of disappearances in an area. That's heavily trafficked kinda like how most accidents occur within a few miles of your house and yeah has nothing to do with where you live. It has to do with the fact that you're leaving and coming back to that area most often but as we get into some some interesting disappearances and the the weird phenomenon that people think going on. I think there is more going on here than maybe you know. Meets the eye but so it's a large area. The total area varies from one point. Three million to three point nine million kilometers square kilometers. And that's about five hundred thousand to one point five million square miles so it's a very large part of the so the here's some little history for the be may triangle. The bermuda triangle was given this name by writer. Vincent gaddis in nineteen sixty four. He came up with the phrase while writing for the men's publication magazine called argosy still. He was not the one that made this region famous and gave it. Its international notoriety Charles berlitz was the one that did that. He was a man whose family was behind the extremely popular language learning courses so he was obsessed with the paranormal. And believe that was real and was connected to the bermuda triangle. He talked about this theory in his book. Fittingly titled The bermuda triangle and it became a bestseller after that huge burst of popularity many other media outlets started to talk about it and the mystery became common knowledge and anybody who watches the history channel discovery channel any of those kinds of channels. Know that i know it's it's like every six months they'll have a new show about the bermuda triangle or in our top secret thing that we can't mention that occurred. That's going to have a thing happen over this topic. I so hope we can announce that soon. I know how obscure was that but there you go so you know. It's a big patch ocean. There's not much more about the location profile. But i'm going to go into some fun facts here that you may not have known about the bermuda triangle which is kind of crazy to think of stuff. You don't know about it because it's so prolific through. I didn't know most of these. I didn't know some either elliott five listed here. But i didn't know most of them so our first one facts christopher columbus ventured into this area back in fourteen ninety two his journals noted that his compass had unusual spins and he saw fireballs in the sky when he was in the triangle so obviously in fourteen ninety two they. They didn't call it. The bermuda triangle yet but even back then they were experiencing issues with their navigation. A fun fact number two according to some scholars william shakespeare's play. The tempest was based on real life. Bermuda shipwreck so that's kind of interesting are fun fact. Number three It's one of the deepest spots on earth in fact. The underwater topography of the area could be a factor in the history of disappearances. It goes from made shankly's sloping shelf to an extremely deep drop off. Some of the deepest trenches in the world are found in the area of the bermuda triangle ships or planes that sink into these deep trenches. Probably will never be found so that does make logical sense for why a lot of these things aren't found for It's just really hard to get down there to look form so fun. Fact number four. The area has one of the highest incidences of ufo sightings and alien abductions have been a popular explanation for the disappearances. But the abductions aren't the only theory some believe it's a portal to other planets so You know watch out. If you're going for a sailboat. Ride in the bermuda triangle. Keep your keep your eyes up. Yeah so our fifth fun fact is. Scientists have discovered large concentrations of methane gas due to decomposing organisms trapped on the ocean floor. The methane accumulates as superconcentrated methane ice. And if a pocket ruptures the guests surges up and erupts on the service without warning. If a ship is in the area of of the blow out the water beneath it would suddenly become much less dense it could sink and sediment could quickly cover it up as it settles on the sea floor so that is a really interesting fact. And i've i've seen a tv show on that before. Jared models of what can happen to a boat when it pops up. Yeah pretty terrifying. Think of it almost as like a like a sinkhole on land but in the ocean. Yeah that's crazy. yeah it's it's terrifying but So those are just a couple of fun. Facts about the bermuda triangle. Joe now is kind of he's going to go into the timeline of some interesting disappearances and then the the fun part where we talked theories yes so for this episode. We're gonna coverage of some of the most popular stories surrounding the bermuda triangle. And we'll talk about both the possible supernatural explanations as well as the scientific community's theories regarding odd occurrences or what could have happened. Then we'll leave it up to you the listener to decide so the first one we're going to cover is the story of the. Us cyclops is ac. Four was the second of four colliers built for the united states navy several years before world war one so collier's like a shipping ship. Essentially they carry cargo. The incident with cyclops resulted in the single largest loss of life in non war in the navy. I think to this day still so the ship was carrying a full load of megan's or and one engine with one engine out of action. Action went missing without a trace with the crew of three hundred and nine aboard sometime after march fourth nineteen eighteen after departing the island of barbados although there is no strong evidence for any single theory. Many independent theorist Blaming storms. Some capsizing in some suggesting that wartime enemy activity was to blame for the loss. In addition to of cyclops his sister ships the Produce and the nearest were subsequently lost in the north atlantic during world war. Two both ships were transporting heavy loads of metallic or similar to the one that was loaded on cyclops during her fatal voyage in all three cases structural failures due to overloading with a much denser cargo than designed is considered most likely caused for sinking. So it kinda throws a theory out there. Mike what do you think happened to that one. We're going to get into major theories later but we'll we'll kind of stop on each one and you can give me your quick opinion. Yeah you know that one is tough. So i was looking at pictures of it. You know. it's a pretty. Massive ship had a large crew on it. And but you know it sounds lake it. Was you know loaded to the max. So it was probably loaded to the capacity that it can carry..

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"vincent gaddis" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

14:40 min | 3 years ago

"vincent gaddis" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"So we are back maritime law set in and I want to I want to take some time to, to throw some stuff out here while we're talking through this. There are lots of versions of the story. One. I'm glad this isn't that you're throwing things out that are related to this topic. I thought you were just going to start randomly. Tell us about your life. That's for. That's for said times. Hey, Kevin, I'm sure when you research, Jerry John, everyone, you, you read and there's discrepancies. Everyone seems to tell it like their version is the end all be all in some details differ from story to story. But the bow any details phones are there of what we just told you. So we're just gonna plow through and we've told you how it kind of we researched it. So keep in mind, you might have heard side differences. Everyone has these are just the basis some discrepancies though. We talked about depending on where you got the story, the year as John said the water when they were towing, the ship choppier com. What kind of dog was on board? I'm telling you, it was a Shitsu, you know, the important and some even said the crew was falling apart. And Johnny said like rigor mortis had set. It, it was the way it was described at least in one or two accounts is that they were their bodies were deteriorating much more quickly than a body. Typically does typically when a when if it had only been hours. They the impression they're giving is that if normally deterioration, or, or decomposition would look like ex it looked like why like celery hours, they should have had bruising on their back and they might have started stiffening, actually look this up, but it shouldn't have been any sort of the skin tightening decomposition that knee, right? Would have taken after weeks or months. So other than that, all the basics are the same other than that. Yeah. Jerry. So looking at the stories we've totally, like, what's your favorite part? I say favorite part when they die like on the on the, the, the up and up in faced seem like a story that, that, that seems true or does seem like you know, a fairytale. Well, you know that's a good question. And it really depends on the versions that you've heard from the standpoint of could there have been a ship that there was some type of chemical reaction to, which is what some of the claims are to where possibly killer-gas could have just killed everyone. That's very, very possible. I could. See. And then, you know, some of those range from, they were carrying stuff that they weren't supposed to be carrying. So it makes sense. You mentioned a killer gas that could kill everyone. I can tell you that that's fact. That's very possible after having sat in a studio with Brent for three years, now, it defeated me almost die from being in the room and see how he flipped me and over and over again him, but even the crew met if this story is to be believed what Jay said, a horrible death, and then blew up as you, do you know what could cause it will Jerry brought up a really good thing. One theory is there's multiples, what, what could have happened. Let's talk through multiple theories, well one that one kind of covers to gases. There's, there's more than one that can happen. Jerry said, gas carbon monoxide poisoning, the guy who came up with the term, Bermuda triangle, Vincent Gaddis said a boiler could've been malfunctioning and emitting. Carbon monoxide from the fuel. It was burning. People inhale it they die. But here's the problem that a lot of people have with that story. It's not an enclosed ship, and it would leak out the carbon monoxide and the atmosphere. So the people in the top decks, probably would have been fine..

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"vincent gaddis" Discussed on Dreamland

Dreamland

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"vincent gaddis" Discussed on Dreamland

"So this is an other topic. That ideal is in my book board land phenomena, so spontaneous human combustion. And it's basically with the body is almost entirely which use to ask was in. What seems to be a fairly short period of time. Usually spice of light twelve ounce. And there's just no way to explain how the the body has been almost entirely richest to ask. So it's a real mystery. It's it's something that sort of doesn't get a lot of attention. They size. Because you know, when we look at things like. Certainly, you know to build a body requires a great deal of energy, and it requires very high temperatures. So in a crematorium, for example, it's around a thousand degrees. So we'll see. A couple of hours fan forced as well to to increase, the hate, etc. So it takes a lot of energy to reduce a body to ask on this famous. Cases is Mary haughty racer for example, nineteen fifty one in Florida. Famous case of spontaneous combustion that. I look at in my book. So I've in my book Bodoland phenomenon the reason I've explored this topic. It's sorta lades on from my research into electromagnetism. And there's a very interesting theory that suggests that the spontaneous human combustion is a form of sort of sub-conscious Souissa slinked poet Augusta. So Vincent Gaddis came up. Was this interesting theory said that some in the case of poed Agasi agents the energy is directed out with. Away from the body in the case of spontaneous human combustion. It seems to be a situation where the energy is directed in woods on the thin lead through the body bursting into flames essentially, which sounds a little bit wall. But I explained it all in my book. So yes, it's it's fairly creepy to those of us who have felt explicable areas of heat in our body, which has happened to me and others. Also in this case that I referred to earlier there were a lot of situations where things just burst into flames without warning. Some don't you get the feeling that there's something kind of out there? Whether it's a conscious presence or a natural phenomenon. There's just something. Strange connected with electromagnetism. No, not quite absolutely. Yeah. We also need to consider the, You you know, know, the. the possibility of there being although energies involved as well, you know, so scientists talk about hypothetical fifth fourth or fifth force. Sorry. I had to pronounce yes, we know about the four fundamental forces the strong in week nuclear forces and gravity and electromagnetism. But as possible to that there are other forms of energy. There's this there has fit force. That's involved. Yeah. Exactly. So and that sort of leads into. At two to what what the Chinese referred who was chief, for example. So they suckle energies in France entone, MS Mary, of course, he talked about that as animal the Tisza he called it and William rock told that old guy and energy as well. So they could be other other energies involve to the that science. Isn't completely bilious thrill Senate to sort of factor in as well. Yeah. Anyway. The history of science is a history of saying that we know it all and the discovery there's more, and maybe we're right at the point where we're getting to discover another more, let's hope so strange electromagnetic dimensions. Lewis.

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