The Great Lakes Version of The Bermuda Triangle

By | September 12, 2018

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Sunset over Lake Michigan with lighthouse (Photo by: Digital Light Source/UIG via Getty Images)

The Bermuda Triangle has cemented its status as one of the most mysterious places on Earth. Boats and planes have disappeared mysteriously from this region, and other pilots and boat captains have reported strange, unusual occurrences in the triangular area off the coast of Bermuda. But did you know that the Great Lakes are also home to a curious and puzzling patch of water in Lake Michigan that has also been said to lure ships and planes to a watery demise? It is known as The Lake Michigan Triangle. 

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A Triangle Portion of Lake Michigan Is Known As Dangerous Waters

The Lake Michigan Triangle’s southern point is at Benton Harbor, Michigan. From there, one side of the triangle extends north to Ludington, Michigan, and the other crosses the lake to Manitowoc, Wisconsin. In this area of the lake … actually a large, inland, freshwater sea … people have been reporting odd occurrences for more than one hundred years.