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The devil's triangle

Author: Richard Winer
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 1974.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"...[Devil's Triangle] is described as a place where ships sail off the end of the earth, where planes climb up into the sky never to come down again, and where sailors and airmen disappear forever. Actually,...[it] is not a triangle at all. It is a trapezium, a four-sided area in which no two sides or angles are the same...[Includes] San Salvador Island, Crooked Island and Rum Cay...It was mentioned in [Christopher  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Winer
OCLC Number: 1062766
Description: xiv, 222 pages, [8] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 18 cm
Contents: Flight to oblivion --
In the beginning --
To beyond the wild blue yonder --
Voyages to nowhere --
The cyclops --
The greatest sailor of them all --
The sulphur ships --
The Christmastime hex --
On the beach --
The ghost ships --
Recent developments --
Natural or supernatural.
Responsibility: Richard Winer.

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"...[Devil's Triangle] is described as a place where ships sail off the end of the earth, where planes climb up into the sky never to come down again, and where sailors and airmen disappear forever. Actually,...[it] is not a triangle at all. It is a trapezium, a four-sided area in which no two sides or angles are the same...[Includes] San Salvador Island, Crooked Island and Rum Cay...It was mentioned in [Christopher Columbus's journey] that he and his crew saw what appeared to be a greenish glowing light that at times would move about...no matter what it was...strange and unusual things have been happening in that area ever since..."--Introduction.

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