The Second Bermuda Triangle of Alaska

By | August 28, 2009

The Alaskan Bermuda Triangle is indeed very mysterious – a vast, uninhabited wilderness, where over the years a number of people have been missing at a high rate. There are many places like Bermuda triangle around the world. Most of the people in Alaska are designated to wilderness lies. In past 4-year-old Chris Mc Candless set off into the Alaskan wilderness determined to live off the land. After 4 months, he died because of food shortage, and four months later, a hunter who went there accidentally found his body.

In addition, many of the permanent vanishes in Alaska are linked to the pristine, yet sometimes terrifying, natural elements. Bound by 40000 miles of coastline, the land contains more than three million lakes, untamed wildlife, and winters that blanket vast reaches of the state in snow and ice. Likewise, of the hundreds of search and rescue operations performed each year, a majority are the result of people literally

Every year, most of the tourists visit Alaska to see that unspoiled land found in the so-called Bermuda Triangle and experience none of the dangers detailed above. Acciden­tal injuries are the third-highest cause of death in Alaska, twice the national incidence rate.

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