It is hard to find someone who has never heard of the mysterious disappearances of ships and aircraft in the area known as the Bermuda Triangle. Hundreds of strange observations and reports that UFOs or huge whirlpools completely absorb ships have long excited in people’s imagination.
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However, as it turns out, there are many places on Earth where many similar events have been recorded, but for various reasons, they are not as much connected with the media as the Bermuda Triangle. One such place is Alaska, USA.
Believe it or not, the Alaska Bermuda Triangle has many mysterious disappearances of groups of people or even entire planes on their conscience.
One of the main examples of the uniqueness of this triangle is the disappearance of an airplane with members of the American government in 1972.
Hale Boggs (a member of the U.S. House of Representatives) and Congressman Nick Begich flew over Alaska when their plane suddenly disappeared from the radar.
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After 35 days of searching, no trace of the crash was found, and two politicians and their pilot disappeared. Some people believe that the cause of the disappearance of this aircraft may be a private discontent between Boggs and the head of the FBI, who did not like the politician’s involvement in the investigation into the assassination of President Kennedy. According to conspiracy theorists, he deliberately obstructed the investigation, so that both men did not find themselves after this alleged disaster. Naturally, this was never proved on the basis of material evidence, but only had a number of assumptions and conclusions.
Of course, this is only one of almost 2,000 cases of alleged disappearances in the “second Bermuda Triangle.” However, unlike the tropical climate of Bermuda, the weather in Alaska is quite severe, and there are no dangers such as wild animals or even snow avalanches. Obviously, severe weather conditions can be a problem not only for people but even for airplanes. The problem, however, arises when search teams do not find traces (which you can understand) of the crash. Only then conspiracy theories try to explain this phenomenon.
One of the most interesting explanations is a reference to the theory that the cause of the disappearance of these vehicles is an underground pyramid located somewhere in Alaska. This topic was supposed to appear in May 1992, when the Republic of China detonated one of the most powerful nuclear weapons of that era at its training site.
According to some reports, during Chinese tests, American geologists discovered a strange structure which was called the underground pyramid. Oddly enough, information about the discovery of this pyramid did not appear in the mainstream media, and the revival of this topic is associated with the American radio station, which on June 26, 2012, published an interview with the alleged employee of the American counterintelligence service.
He introduced himself as Doug Muchler, and, according to him, geologists used the detonation of a Chinese bomb to study the earth’s crust. At some point, their tests showed the existence of an underground pyramidal structure, which was much larger than the Cheops pyramid, and scientists determined its location somewhere near Mount McKinley. According to the officer, the local NBC office was supposed to discuss this topic in the evening news at the end of November 1992, but then there was a sudden silence.
Muchler, interested in this topic, tried to get to this report and understand why it was decided to hush up the case. Station technicians told him that the material had never seen the light and was removed from the station’s archive. Then the officer, using his authority, tried to investigate the case in one of the military archives, which ended in a strange meeting with two government officials who told him that they knew what he was looking for and that he would have to stop researching this topic because “they didn’t want it, they were worried about curiosity.”
Of course, there are a number of conspiracy theorists who see this as the source of Alaska Bermuda Triangle or even the existence of a secret alien base under the earth’s crust. There are also those who see this as only a poor interpretation of the press release, which was not about the pyramid, but rather about the earthquake caused by the Chinese tests that shocked Cairo in 1992. According to Muchler’s story, he watched the broadcast he was talking about with dozens of other soldiers, which would have made listening to the news a little more difficult.
It cannot be ruled out that he could simply misunderstand the content of the message and instead of information about the shocks in Cairo compared to the Alaskan earthquake in the city of Anchorage (the second strongest earthquake measured by a seismograph), he could understand that pyramids larger than Egyptian were discovered in Alaska. Then, digging into this topic, he could just stumble upon something unusual, and the security services decided that he knew too much and could face it directly. The amount of misunderstanding that should take place in such a situation seems huge, but due to the lack of better solutions, it is rather interesting.
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Regardless of what is considered to be the truth, remember that according to the principle of Occam’s Razor, the truth is usually much simpler than we think. Due to the absence of any sources other than Muchler’s testimony on only one radio station, it is possible that this all is a simple lie, either on Muchler’s side or on the radio station itself.
The version with the underground pyramid would be more “credible” because governments are known to hide some things from the public eye. It is enough to mention the secret CIA bases in Poland, which for many years had been ridiculed by the Polish media until it became known officially. Naturally, as in any such case, until convincing evidence appears, it exists only in the field of speculation, which may or may not be true.