Most People Have Never Heard The Eerie Legend Of Idaho’s Bermuda Triangle

In the world of unexplained disappearances, spooky instances of lost communication, and unnatural fatalities, the Bermuda Triangle – also sometimes referred to as the Devil’s Triangle – is a loosely-defined region with a reputation that defies all reason. You won’t find it on any official map and you won’t know when you cross the line, but according to some people, the Bermuda Triangle is a very real, tangible place where dozen of ships, planes, and people have disappeared without explanation. But according to local lore, Idaho has its own mystery triangle… and few people know it exists.

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What do you think – local legend, or real possibility? Have you ever heard any stories about this area?

While this story may be all hype, one nearby anomaly is very real: Idaho’s Zone of Death.