As our March 2012 article titled “Pyramids of Glass Submerged in the Bermuda Triangle” continues to go viral after nearly three years, we just received a comment on the article and thought we’d share. It’s coordinates to what appears to be a three-sided pyramid shaped structure in the Bermuda Triangle. (See Below for screenshot)
“Check this coordinates on Google Earth (or Maps): 26.44955066392238, -69.10022079043691 It’s a 3 sides pyramid (20km Area!) at middle of Bermuda Triangle, is marked by a gigantic crux formed by what i guess is tectonic failures, i dare you to find the gigantic crux! Check it quickly before the Censor comes!.” -Jhollman on ApparentlyApparel.com
What do you think about this pyramid-shaped structure located in the Bermuda Triangle?
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