When imagination runs wild.
Effects of the northeast Atlantic Ocean temperatures are rising rapidly.
Literature is full of examples of whirlpools. One of the first was written by Edgar Allan Poe, in his 1841 story, “A Descent into a Maelström,” and since then, dramatic whirlpools large and powerful enough to suck in full sized ships to the bottom of the ocean have played many a role in fictional stories, from the ending of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne to the tale where a group of adventurers goes to a ruined, underground city in the Dragonlance Chronicles.
The area known as the Bermuda Triangle is bounded by the coasts of Florida, Bermuda and Puerto Rico. It has been suggested that more than 50 ships and 20 aircraft have disappeared mysteriously in the area, but these figures are not borne out by scientific investigation.