View Full Version : Channel Five UK Bermuda Triangle - not again?

3rd Aug 2010, 20:19
How can any TV Channel show such utter bilge like this?

If it is so "dangerous" then how come Insurance Rates are no higher in the area?

Absolute garbage and on a line with so called Man Made Global Warming/Climate Change. :rolleyes:

Richard Taylor
3rd Aug 2010, 20:23
Barry Manilow "sung" about it & he's still here...:suspect:

Things disappearing like that is a load of

3rd Aug 2010, 20:27
Be fair though
The 'Triangle' did result in a great Fleetwood Mac track, (from the album with the 'black sleeve'). :ok:

tony draper
3rd Aug 2010, 21:02
The Triangle is like Hitler or Sharks,always good for a half hour documentary.:rolleyes:
Interesting about it shuffling wrecks 200 miles along the bottom.:uhoh:

Bruce Wayne
4th Aug 2010, 08:28
Prefer a documentary on the brazilian or the hollywood rather than the UK triangle !

4th Aug 2010, 16:35
If its "utter bilge" how come all those planes crashed and ships sunk in it then ?

Bruce Wayne
4th Aug 2010, 16:48
maybe there's more than one in the UK

Midlands is Caravan Bermuda Triangle

Bandits pinch 4,000 caravans a year
11 June 2008
Empty spaces on driveways and disappearances from storage sites are common across the UK with around 4,0001 British caravans vanishing every year according to data from AA Caravan Insurance.

At a time when caravanners are dusting off their 'vans for the summer, owners in the Midlands should be most vigilant with more disappearances in the 'Caravan Bermuda Triangle' than anywhere else in Britain.
"We believe ten per cent2 more caravans vanish in an area bordered by Leicester, Coventry, Birmingham and Nottingham," says Simon Douglas, head of AA Caravan Insurance. "The triangle of trouble is drawn along the popular motorway network of the M6, M42 and M1 which provide quick getaway routes for thieves," says Simon Douglas.

He adds: "Caravanning is increasing in popularity and we're seeing more caravans being stolen to order, especially larger, luxury twin-axle models. Three-quarters of those stolen disappear without trace and are never recovered."

Spooky !

4th Aug 2010, 17:19
around 4,0001


Around 4,000 I could live with as a generalisation, but 4,0001?!

PS Too many zeroes there.

4th Aug 2010, 19:26
Maybe they meant 4,000.1 because someone only nicked the gas bottles

Bruce Wayne
4th Aug 2010, 19:58
the 1 was a superscript 1

1Data from The Caravan Registration and Identification Scheme

4th Aug 2010, 20:08
If its "utter bilge" how come all those planes crashed and ships sunk in it then ?

'cos that's where they just happened to be when they decided to 'crash' and 'sink' !

Conspiracy theories make ( someone ) money, and Bulls**t Baffles Brains.


( I once flew with a one-time BSAA Captain who had a very credible,practicable, theory as to why their "Star" Tudors disappeared on the sector to Bermuda. )