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The territory of the Bermuda Triangle, about which many legends are composed, received another nickname - the Devil's Triangle. It covers about 500,000 square miles of ocean from southeastern Florida. When Christopher Columbus sailed through the area on his first trip to the New World, he reported that one night a fiery flame (probably a meteor) crashed into the sea, and that a strange light appeared in a few weeks. He also wrote about unstable compass testimony, perhaps because at that time the Bermuda Triangle tape was one of the few places on Earth where the true north and magnetic north were lined up. Having become widely known as the first person who went alone all over the world, Joshua Slocum disappeared in 1909 from the vineyard of Martha in South America. Although it is not clear what happened, many sources later attributed the death of the Bermuda Triangle. William Shakespeare's play The Tempest, which some scholars believe was based on the real shipwreck of Bermuda, reinforces the aura of the puzzle. Nevertheless, reports of unexplained disappearances did not attract public attention until the 20th century. A particularly notorious tragedy occurred in March 1918, when USS Cyclops, a 542-foot-long cargo ship with more than 300 men and 10,000 tons of manganese ore on board, sank somewhere between Barbados and Chesapeake Bay. Cyclops never sent a SOS distress call, despite the fact that it was equipped. Even extensive search did not find any wreckage. You can also see Cape Fer in the Bermuda Triangle. Do not leave your room and remain safe from this mysterious place. It's enough just to activate the proposed round-the-clock broadcast from the webcam installed there.