2. Suspicious Storm
Pilot Bruce Gernon had flown his airplane through the triangle about a dozen times since 1967. But in December 1970, he had one flight he would never forget. He was traveling with a business associate and took off from Andros, Bahamas. Once they flew closer to the triangle, they noticed a cloud hanging low over the ocean. As they got closer to the cloud, it grew bigger. They ascended further into the air and increased their altitude, and the cloud began to engulf them. Inside, they described the cloud as dark with bright flashes of light. They radioed into the air traffic controllers, but they couldn’t spot Gernon’s aircraft. However, they did locate a plane in Palm Beach, Florida that matched his aircraft’s description.
It was later reported that Gernon and his associate somehow managed to complete their 75-minute flight in just 47-minutes. To this day, he still can’t explain what happened when on that day.