Lunar behavior specialist Jeff Warren says the culprits behind the elusive Bermuda Triangle mystery are the sun and moon.
According to Warren, flight leader Captain Charles Taylor became disoriented by the strange configurations of the sun and moon, which caused him to fly the wrong way and disappear.
On that fateful day, as Taylor attempted to fly back to Florida, Warren says the sun was about 70 degrees off from its normal position in the West, which confused Taylors compasses.
Later, the plane did a strange 180-degree turn East into the Triangle, and Warren says its because the moon was playing tricks.
At 6:04 PM, Taylor saw a light that he thought was the moon, rising East like always.
However, Warren says the moon was a frail, 29-hour moon that was causing the illusion of rising, when it was actually setting in the West.
Taylor got screwed up on his directions and flew to his grave.
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