Storm the Bermuda Triangle Has Gained Wide Attention on Facebook

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Inspired by the plan on Facebook to Storm Area 51, thousands of individuals have vowed to venture into the latest Facebook event.

The organiser has offered to provide boats to people who are interested in going into the 270,000-square mile Bermuda Triangle, which is known for the mysterious disappearance of planes and ships.

Anthony Carnovale requires attendees on “Storm The Bermuda Triangle, It Can’t Swallow All Of Us” to dress as Spongebob characters or pirates.

He promises to provide the boats, and scuba gear and guests are encouraged to bring weed and a lot of beer and whiskey.

Mr Carnovale also set up a fundraising page for an event featuring live music and entertainment in an attempt to raise $75,000 and insisted he was not a scam.

He explains that he is trying to throw a party for everyone to show this country we can organize.

The event is scheduled for October 1, and more than 40,000 people have already expressed their interest.

The mystery of the Bermuda Triangle is believed to date back to the mysterious disappearance of five US Navy torpedo bombers in 1945 during a training mission known as Flight 19.

The planes disappeared without any traces, and it was later claimed that a search plane sent out to conduct a rescue operation of the missing crew also disappeared.

Several explanations have been provided for the disappearances, including UFOs.

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