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3rd Aug '17 8:29:06 AM SeanMurrayI
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* ''Series/TheHardyBoysNancyDrewMysteries'' episode ''The Mysterious Fate of Flight 608'' subverts this to pieces. The Hardys board a plane that will be flying over the infamous area; Joe finds out about the flight path from a scared passenger and freaks out, though Frank scoffs at the idea, saying science has debunked the whole thing. But then the plane runs into trouble: a hurricane hits, the pilots collapse, Frank ends up crash-landing the plane into the ocean, and the passengers take refuge on a deserted island, with the scared passenger saying they're now in another dimension and lost for good. Psych! [[spoiler: Nothing mysterious about it -- the pilots were drugged by a diamond smuggler, and the island is within spitting-distance of Bermuda, with rescue crews heading their way.]]


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* ''Series/TheHardyBoysNancyDrewMysteries'' episode ''The Mysterious Fate of Flight 608'' subverts this to pieces. The Hardys board a plane that will be flying over the infamous area; Joe finds out about the flight path from a scared passenger and freaks out, though Frank scoffs at the idea, saying science has debunked the whole thing. But then the plane runs into trouble: a hurricane hits, the pilots collapse, Frank ends up crash-landing the plane into the ocean, and the passengers take refuge on a deserted island, with the scared passenger saying they're now in another dimension and lost for good. Psych! [[spoiler: Nothing mysterious about it -- the pilots were drugged by a diamond smuggler, and the island is within spitting-distance of Bermuda, with rescue crews heading their way.]]
2nd Aug '17 8:13:11 PM FranksGirl
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* ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "Triangle" sees Mulder investigate a [[GhostShip luxury passenger liner]] that mysteriously appears on the edge of the Bermuda Triangle. Once on board the ship, Mulder finds himself in the year 1939 as Nazi soldiers are fighting the British crew for control of the ship.
* ''Series/TheHardyBoysNancyDrewMysteries'' episode ''The Mysterious Fate of Flight 608'' subverts this to pieces. The Hardys board a plane that will be flying over the infamous area; Joe finds out about the flight path from a scared passenger and freaks out, though Frank scoffs at the idea, saying science has debunked the whole thing. But then the plane runs into trouble: a hurricane hits, the pilots collapse, Frank ends up crash-landing the plane into the ocean, and the passengers take refuge on a deserted island, with the scared passenger saying they're now in another dimension and lost for good. Psych! [[spoiler: Nothing mysterious about it -- the pilots were drugged by a diamond smuggler, and the island is within spitting-distance of Bermuda, with rescue crews heading their way.]]

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episode "Triangle" sees Mulder investigate a [[GhostShip luxury passenger liner]] that mysteriously appears on the edge of the Bermuda Triangle. Once on board the ship, Mulder finds himself in the year 1939 as Nazi soldiers are fighting the British crew for control of the ship.
* ''Series/TheHardyBoysNancyDrewMysteries'' episode ''The Mysterious Fate of Flight 608'' subverts this to pieces. The Hardys board a plane that will be flying over the infamous area; Joe finds out about the flight path from a scared passenger and freaks out, though Frank scoffs at the idea, saying science has debunked the whole thing. But then the plane runs into trouble: a hurricane hits, the pilots collapse, Frank ends up crash-landing the plane into the ocean, and the passengers take refuge on a deserted island, with the scared passenger saying they're now in another dimension and lost for good. Psych! [[spoiler: Nothing mysterious about it -- the pilots were drugged by a diamond smuggler, and the island is within spitting-distance of Bermuda, with rescue crews heading their way.]]
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* ''Series/TheHardyBoysNancyDrewMysteries'' episode ''The Mysterious Fate of Flight 608'' subverts this to pieces. The Hardys board a plane that will be flying over the infamous area; Joe finds out about the flight path from a scared passenger and freaks out, though Frank scoffs at the idea, saying science has debunked the whole thing. But then the plane runs into trouble: a hurricane hits, the pilots collapse, Frank ends up crash-landing the plane into the ocean, and the passengers take refuge on a deserted island, with the scared passenger saying they're now in another dimension and lost for good. Psych! [[spoiler: Nothing mysterious about it -- the pilots were drugged by a diamond smuggler, and the island is within spitting-distance of Bermuda, with rescue crews heading their way.]]
2nd Aug '17 8:11:39 PM FranksGirl
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* ''Series/TheHardyBoysNancyDrewMysteries'' episode ''The Mysterious Fate of Flight 608'' subverts this to pieces. The Hardys board a plane that will be flying over the infamous area; Joe finds out about the flight path from a scared passenger and freaks out, though Frank scoffs at the idea, saying science has debunked the whole thing. But then the plane runs into trouble: a hurricane hits, the pilots collapse, Frank ends up crash-landing the plane into the ocean, and the passengers take refuge on a deserted island, with the scared passenger saying they're now in another dimension and lost for good. Psych! [[spoiler: Nothing mysterious about it -- the pilots were drugged by a diamond smuggler, and the island is within spitting-distance of Bermuda, with rescue crews heading their way.]]
20th Jun '17 1:43:43 PM SeanMurrayI
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* ''[[Series/TheLibrarians2014 The Librarians]]'' went there in the season 3 episode "The Trial of the Triangle". The disappearances are because a previous Librarian magically set up a PocketDimension there as safekeeping for a {{MacGuffin}}. Dates of entry and vessels lost there are themed after his love of Lewis Carroll's ''Alice in Wonderland''. Vessels never return because the wormhole that leads there is impassable, without magically changing ones own particles for transit, and they disintegrate on the way.

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* ''[[Series/TheLibrarians2014 The Librarians]]'' went there in the season 3 episode "The Trial of the Triangle". The disappearances are because a previous Librarian magically set up a PocketDimension there as safekeeping for a {{MacGuffin}}. Dates of entry and vessels lost there are themed after his love of Lewis Carroll's ''Alice in Wonderland''. Vessels never return because the wormhole that leads there is impassable, without magically changing ones own particles for transit, and they disintegrate on the way.way through.
20th Jun '17 1:43:23 PM SeanMurrayI
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* ''[[Series/TheLibrarians2014 The Librarians]]'' went there in the season 3 episode "The Trial of the Triangle". The disappearances are because a previous Librarian magically set up a PocketDimension there as safekeeping for a {{MacGuffin}}. Dates of entry and vessels lost there are themed after his love of Alice in Wonderland. Vessels never return because the wormhole that leads there is impassable, without magically changing ones own particles for transit, and they disintegrate on the way.

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* ''[[Series/TheLibrarians2014 The Librarians]]'' went there in the season 3 episode "The Trial of the Triangle". The disappearances are because a previous Librarian magically set up a PocketDimension there as safekeeping for a {{MacGuffin}}. Dates of entry and vessels lost there are themed after his love of Alice Lewis Carroll's ''Alice in Wonderland.Wonderland''. Vessels never return because the wormhole that leads there is impassable, without magically changing ones own particles for transit, and they disintegrate on the way.
20th Jun '17 1:40:56 PM SeanMurrayI
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' gives us the Bermuda Tetrahedron (averting TwoDSpace), where spaceships mysteriously disappear. Turns out they are attacked by a fourth-dimensional SpaceWhale [[spoiler:that feeds on spaceship captains' obsessions.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' gives us the Bermuda Tetrahedron (averting TwoDSpace), Tetrahedron, where spaceships mysteriously disappear. Turns out they are attacked by a fourth-dimensional SpaceWhale [[spoiler:that feeds on spaceship captains' obsessions.]]
20th Jun '17 11:24:34 AM Dvandemon
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' gives us the Bermuda Tetrahedron, where spaceships mysteriously disappear. Turns out they are attacked by a fourth-dimensional SpaceWhale [[spoiler:that feeds on spaceship captains' obsessions.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' gives us the Bermuda Tetrahedron, Tetrahedron (averting TwoDSpace), where spaceships mysteriously disappear. Turns out they are attacked by a fourth-dimensional SpaceWhale [[spoiler:that feeds on spaceship captains' obsessions.]]
20th Jun '17 11:20:20 AM Dvandemon
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* ''[[Series/TheLibrarians2014 The Librarians]]'' went there in the season 3 episode "The Trial of the Triangle".

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* ''[[Series/TheLibrarians2014 The Librarians]]'' went there in the season 3 episode "The Trial of the Triangle". The disappearances are because a previous Librarian magically set up a PocketDimension there as safekeeping for a {{MacGuffin}}. Dates of entry and vessels lost there are themed after his love of Alice in Wonderland. Vessels never return because the wormhole that leads there is impassable, without magically changing ones own particles for transit, and they disintegrate on the way.
2nd Mar '17 7:05:32 AM Vir
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* On ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius'' they have the "Bahama Quadrant" which Jimmy, Sheen, and Carl visit so that Jimmy can prove them that nothing supernatural is going on there. They end up running into a super villain/scientist that appears to be the cause for odd sightings and disappearances... [[spoiler:though the ending leaves us questioning it]].

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* On ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius'' they have the "Bahama Quadrant" Quadrangle" which Jimmy, Sheen, and Carl visit so that Jimmy can prove them that nothing supernatural is going on there. They end up running into a super villain/scientist that appears to be the cause for odd sightings and disappearances... [[spoiler:though the ending leaves us questioning it]].



* ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'' "Snow Day": The team go to a remote island for some [[BeachEpisode fun on the beach]]. Nova fails to inform them that the island he chose for their holiday is a classified site inside the Bermuda Triangle [[spoiler: that is acting as the prison for the Sandman.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}'' "Snow Day": The team go to a remote island for some [[BeachEpisode fun on the beach]]. Nova fails to inform them that the island he chose for their holiday is a classified site inside the Bermuda Triangle [[spoiler: that is acting as the prison for the Sandman.]]
2nd Mar '17 7:03:54 AM Vir
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* On ''WesternAnimation/JimmyNeutron'' they have the "Bahama Quadrant" which Jimmy, Sheen, and Carl visit so that Jimmy can prove them that nothing supernatural is going on there. They end up running into a super villain/scientist that appears to be the cause for odd sightings and disappearances... [[spoiler:though the ending leaves us questioning it]].

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* On ''WesternAnimation/JimmyNeutron'' ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius'' they have the "Bahama Quadrant" which Jimmy, Sheen, and Carl visit so that Jimmy can prove them that nothing supernatural is going on there. They end up running into a super villain/scientist that appears to be the cause for odd sightings and disappearances... [[spoiler:though the ending leaves us questioning it]].
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