Devil’s Triangle Does it really have UFO’s?
Dragon’s Triangle is a region of the Pacific around Miyake Island, about 100 km south of Tokyo. One of the triangle’s corners is said to be on the island of Guam. Although the name is used by Japanese fishermen, it does not appear on nautical maps.
In popular culture, especially in the United States, the Devil’s Sea is widely believed to be, together with the Bermuda Triangle, an area where ships and planes are said to disappear under mysterious circumstances. The Japanese, on the other hand, do not consider the Devil’s Sea to be more mysterious or dangerous than other coastal waters of Japan.
Among the phenomena reported in the Devil’s Sea are the loss of ships and planes (more than the Bermuda Triangle), numerous ghost ships, unidentified craft and USO’s, missing time, and is even said to explain the disappearance of Amelia Earhart.
During World War II rumors about this stretch of the ocean were started to keep US Ships from wandering into the region. Prior to this time the Dragon’s Triangle was just another stretch of sea to be fished.
It is unlikely that UFO’s hang out here.