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17th Apr '18 12:25:05 PM margdean56
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* In [[ComicBook/DRAndQuinch "D.R. & Quinch Have Fun on Earth"]], one of the segments of the title duo's [[TimeTravel adventure through time]] that sees them influence the course of history on some InsignificantLittleBluePlanet features Quinch recalling a time with his buddy "while cruising just off Bermuda" and trying to pull in human aircrafts towards their ship with a TractorBeam "to get a better look at them," only for the beam's force to break apart the fragile planes.

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* In [[ComicBook/DRAndQuinch "D.R. & Quinch Have Fun on Earth"]], one of the segments of the title duo's [[TimeTravel adventure through time]] that sees them influence the course of history on some InsignificantLittleBluePlanet features Quinch recalling a time with his buddy "while cruising just off Bermuda" and trying to pull in human aircrafts aircraft towards their ship with a TractorBeam "to get a better look at them," only for the beam's force to break apart the fragile planes.
7th Apr '18 10:02:39 AM SeanMurrayI
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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Danny Phantom}}'' episode "Infinite Realms" shows that there are portals to the Ghost Zone that naturally appear throughout the world, once of which being the Bermuda Triangle. And not only do these natural Ghost Portals transport people and objects into the Ghost Zone, but those who leave the Ghost Zone through these portals can also be transported through ''time'' as well.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Danny Phantom}}'' episode "Infinite Realms" shows that there are portals to the Ghost Zone that naturally appear throughout the world, once of which being the Bermuda Triangle. And not only do these natural Ghost Portals transport people and objects into the Ghost Zone, but those who leave the Ghost Zone through these portals can also be transported through ''time'' time as well.
4th Apr '18 3:40:40 PM CrimsonSpiral
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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Danny Phantom}}'' episode "Infinite Realms" shows that there are portals to the Ghost Zone that naturally appear throughout the world, once of which being the Bermuda Triangle. And not only do these natural Ghost Portals transport people and objects into the Ghost Zone, but they can also transport them through ''time'' as well.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Danny Phantom}}'' episode "Infinite Realms" shows that there are portals to the Ghost Zone that naturally appear throughout the world, once of which being the Bermuda Triangle. And not only do these natural Ghost Portals transport people and objects into the Ghost Zone, but they those who leave the Ghost Zone through these portals can also transport them be transported through ''time'' as well.
4th Apr '18 3:37:26 PM CrimsonSpiral
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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Danny Phantom}}'' episode "Infinite Realms" shows that there are portals to the Ghost Zone that naturally appear throughout the world, once of which being the Bermuda Triangle. And not only do these natural Ghost Portals transport people and objects into the Ghost Zone, but they can also transport them through ''time'' as well.


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* The entirety of ''WesternAnimation/{{Zak Storm}}'' centers around the titular Zak accidentally being transported to the Bermuda Triangle and teaming up with others to not only fend off the dangers found in the Triangle, but to also find a way back to his home.
24th Mar '18 5:01:15 AM SeanMurrayI
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* The unsold ''Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}'' pilot from the producers of ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' featured the Atlanteans abducting famous missing pilots and ship crews from the Bermuda Triangle and defending the area with a huge DeathRay that shoots up out of the ocean to blast nosy visitors. Even stranger, the show was set in the [[UsefulNotes/{{Florida}} Florida Keys]], which are nowhere near the Triangle.

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* The unsold ''Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}'' pilot from the producers of ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' featured the Atlanteans abducting famous missing pilots and ship crews from the Bermuda Triangle and defending the area with a huge DeathRay that shoots up out of the ocean to blast nosy visitors. Even stranger, the show was set in the [[UsefulNotes/{{Florida}} Florida Keys]], which are nowhere near the Triangle.
24th Mar '18 4:58:10 AM SeanMurrayI
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* The unsold ''Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}'' pilot from the producers of ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' had the Atlanteans both abducting famously disappeared pilots and ship crews from the Bermuda Triangle ''and'' defending the area with a honking huge [[DeathRay killer death ray]] that shoots up out of the ocean to blast nosy visitors. Even stranger, the show was set in the [[UsefulNotes/{{Florida}} Florida Keys]], which are nowhere near the Triangle.

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* The unsold ''Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}'' pilot from the producers of ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' had featured the Atlanteans both abducting famously disappeared famous missing pilots and ship crews from the Bermuda Triangle ''and'' and defending the area with a honking huge [[DeathRay killer death ray]] DeathRay that shoots up out of the ocean to blast nosy visitors. Even stranger, the show was set in the [[UsefulNotes/{{Florida}} Florida Keys]], which are nowhere near the Triangle.
23rd Mar '18 8:18:03 PM scooter
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* In ''EscapeFromAtlantis'', an American family is teleported to another dimension by the Triangle, where {{Atlantis}} turns out to be located.

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* In ''EscapeFromAtlantis'', ''Escape From Atlantis'', an American family is teleported to another dimension by the Triangle, where {{Atlantis}} turns out to be located.



* The unsold ''Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}'' pilot from the producers of ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' had the Atlanteans both abducting famously disappeared pilots and ship crews from the Bermuda Triangle ''and'' defending the area with a honking huge [[DeathRay killer death ray]] that shoots up out of the ocean to blast nosy visitors. Even stranger, the show was set in the [[UsefulNotes/Florida Florida Keys]], which are nowhere near the Triangle.

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* The unsold ''Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}'' pilot from the producers of ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' had the Atlanteans both abducting famously disappeared pilots and ship crews from the Bermuda Triangle ''and'' defending the area with a honking huge [[DeathRay killer death ray]] that shoots up out of the ocean to blast nosy visitors. Even stranger, the show was set in the [[UsefulNotes/Florida [[UsefulNotes/{{Florida}} Florida Keys]], which are nowhere near the Triangle.
23rd Mar '18 8:16:39 PM scooter
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* The unsold ''Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}'' pilot from the producers of ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' had the Atlanteans both abducting famously disappeared pilots and ship crews from the Bermuda Triangle ''and'' defending the area with a honking huge [[DeathRay killer death ray]] that shoots up out of the ocean to blast nosy visitors. Even stranger, the show was set in the [[UsefulNotes/Florida Florida Keys]], which are nowhere near the Triangle.
19th Feb '18 4:56:57 AM SeanMurrayI
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* The lake in ''[[Creator/JohnCandy Camp Candy]]'' had the Bermuda ''Shorts'' Triangle. Which naturally was shaped like a pair of shorts rather than a triangle.

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* The lake in ''[[Creator/JohnCandy Camp Candy]]'' ''WesternAnimation/CampCandy'' had the Bermuda ''Shorts'' Triangle. Which naturally was shaped like a pair of shorts rather than a triangle.
18th Feb '18 11:43:34 PM BattleMaster
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* The lake in ''[[Creator/JohnCandy Camp Candy]]'' had the Bermuda ''Shorts'' Triangle. Which naturally was shaped like a pair of shorts rather than a triangle.
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