Mystery of Bermuda Triangle deepens as ‘dangerous’ mile-long island suddenly forms in middle of Atlantic Ocean
Experts have warned visitors to stay away as the rip tide is ‘incredibly strong’ and the waters are infested with 5ft long sharks
BY SCARLET HOWES
12:39, 30 JUN 2017UPDATED18:25, 30 JUN 2017
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A mystery island that has been branded ‘dangerous’ has suddenly formed in the middle of the Bermuda Triangle.
The crescent-shaped mile-long island off the tip of Cape Point in Buxton, North Carolina, began rising from the sea in Spring.
Surrounding the waters of the so-called Devil’s Triangle, the sandbank has been dubbed Shelly Island by locals because of the vast quantities of shells which litter the shore, Virginian Pilot reported .
The new island measures around one-mile long and more than 400 feet wide.
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Not sure what the definition of an “island” is, but this is “something”.
The “triangle” is an interesting phenomenon that we don’t seem to understand?
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