• Beyond the Bermuda Triangle

  • True Encounters with Electronic Fog, Missing Aircraft, and Time Warps
  • By: Bruce Gernon, Rob MacGregor
  • Narrated by: Tom Perkins
  • Length: 6 hrs and 40 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (46 ratings)

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Beyond the Bermuda Triangle

By: Bruce Gernon,Rob MacGregor
Narrated by: Tom Perkins
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Publisher's Summary

I didn't believe in time travel or teleportation until it happened to me.

I'm Bruce Gernon, and I flew through the heart of the Bermuda Triangle before I'd even heard the term. Skeptics have dismissed the Triangle as a nonmystery, but they weren't in my airplane when the fog surrounded my craft and I leapt ahead 100 miles. I documented what happened and memorized every detail of that flight.

Now I'm ready to explain that there is no Bermuda Triangle! Instead, there is a continuing mystery that has resulted in thousands of disappearances of crafts and losses of lives over decades and centuries: a phenomenon I call electronic fog.

In Beyond the Bermuda Triangle, Rob MacGregor and I present multiple cases of pilots and others who have experienced electronic fog in the air, in the water, and on land. We also examine UFO and USO cases and their possible relationship with space/time warps. Among the fascinating topics we explore are time travel and teleportation; lost crafts, including Flight 19; the Dragon's Triangle; the Underwater Area 51; the man who is building a warp drive; and a remote viewer who takes on the Triangle.

©2017 Bruce Gernon and Rob MacGregor (P)2017 Tantor

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fascinating stories

This book turned out to be better than I had initially expected. I figured it would mostly be about the author's experience flying thru the Bermuda triangle electric fog but turned out to be so much more than that. We get to hear second hand about other people's various experiences, Whether by ship or plane and some strange time distortions and time travel that defy our current understanding of the laws of physics. He also discusses Einstein's theory of relativity as well as wormholes, black holes, string theory, space travel and other dimensions, as well as reluctantly touches a bit on UFO's and how they are connected somehow. I especially liked the chapter on the "other Area 51" which is an under the ocean secret Navy base used for experimental technology, advanced weaponry, and top secret testing. I forget the name of the base, but had never even known it existed(perhaps because it's "secret"? Lol) and this is the only book in which I've heard it mentioned. There's also a part in the book that is taken from one of the late ,great, Stephen Hawking seminars in which he discusses our universe and our future, etc. Overall I am very pleased with this audiobook, a fascinating account of the Bermuda Triangle.

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bull puckey

when he started out sayinh jimmy doolittle dropped the a bomb ... credibility went out the door

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Believable account of the triangle

25% about the authors account of his Bermuda triangle survival story, 75% about other strange events and anomalies around the world. Appropriate title.

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I liked it

the best part is how simple the problem with teleportation and time is and no one will believe it is real.

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Really enjoyed it

He made the concepts easy to understand. I had heard about flight 19, but the details shared in the book were very interesting. Recommend.

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Turned a skeptic into a believer or at least open

This book was full of fascinating historical data about the Bermuda Triangle area that I was not aware of - honestly, it really deepened my curiosity which I think is what a great account does. The narrator was enjoyable to listen to as well.

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OK Book

This is a medium-interest account of one man's journey through the mysterious Bermuda Triangle. In addition to his own chilling experience, author Gernon includes stories of others who have survived similar encounters.
The narrative begins to falter around the middle of the book as he tunnels more deeply into Woo-Woo Land. Eventually, his story devolves into promotion territory, with Gernon presenting himself as much a media personality as a citizen caught up in unknowable forces. Narration is fine despite some mispronunciations, e.g. lambast.

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Beyond the Bermuda Triangle

Well written
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Very interesting. More exciting than the original Bermuda Triangle book by these authors.

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  • 02-07-22

Very Interesting Stuff Indeed.

An excellent book relating the authors search for the answers to his incredible experiences while flying in the fabled Bermuda Triangle region. He presents his story in a non-sensationalist yet truly engrossing way. This rational account has really made me think. I can highly recommend this as a great listen.👍

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  • 04-22-21

Excellent Book

Great book which surprised me. Well worth the read. The author survived an encounter, and spent his next years investigating the subject. very interesting theories on it.