Wealthy shipping magnate, Eric Benerall, hires tabloid journalist Howard Thomas, who happens to be an expert on the freaky stories about the Bermuda Triangle and has debunked them all, skeptical oceanographer Emily Patterson, disgraced psychic Stan Lathem and hotheaded meteorologist Bruce Geller to investigate why his ships keep vanishing in the Bermuda Triangle. Their first task is to inspect the wreck of a commercial airliner that crashed at sea near the Triangle. Stan makes a shocking discovery there. Later, the team boarders an old Soviet submarine turned commercial charter vessel to explore the bottom of the ocean near the Triangle. Meanwhile, Greenpeace activist Meeno Paloma, the sole survivor of an incident involving a whaler ship being inexplicably torn apart by a force from beneath the ocean near the Triangle, slowly starts to realize that everything is now somehow different than before the accident, especially the fact that he suddenly has two sons, even though he had only ...
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Emily says that she thought Lithuania is landlocked. It's actually not. It even has a major warm-water port called Klaipeda from where the ships travel towards the Baltic sea. See more
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