The legend of the Bermuda Triangle probably started some time around 1945, when Navy Avenger airplanes disappeared on a training flight out of Fort Soon, the masses were wondering: Was something amiss in the triangle-shaped stretch of ocean between. Today, we've all heard of the Bermuda Triangle. .Look, no one likes to admit they make mistakes...but we all do it, and pilots and sailors are no exception.The Bermuda Triangle's tropical weather and crystal blue water make it prime aviation stomping ground for everyone from veteran pilots to Navy sailors to amateurs looking to play around.There's a lot of traffic in the area, and when you add in the turbulent weather patterns, swift currents and a landscape composed of a lot of similar-looking islands, it can be really easy to lose one's way. Once you're a little way off, it's only a few more wrong turns until you're really far askew: far, far away from a place to refuel or wait out tough weather.In short, you're a disaster just waiting to happen … and, judging from the Triangle's history, you're not alone.So, way, way, way back, 11,000 years ago, a comet may or may not have crashed to Earth and landed deep on the ocean floor, right beneath where the Bermuda Triangle lies today.Some theorists speculate that this comet might have strange electromagnetic properties that could disrupt compasses and other navigational tools and even interfere with an aircraft engine. So, has anyone found such a comet? but the ocean in the area can be tens of thousands of feet deep in some trenches, so proof may never be found. With no proof, faith in an ancient alien comet is really all that's left.