Michigan Triangle

The Michigan Triangle is a geographical triangle located in Lake Michigan. This area has also witnessed many mysterious events, the most important of which are: Captain Donner: On April 28, 1937, Captain George Donner was traveling from the Pennsylvania port of Erie to Wisconsin in Washington and had to cross the triangle. Slowly The captain goes to the cabin in the middle of the road to rest and asks the captain to help him control the ship and wake him when they get close to their destination. Three hours later, when the assistant captain went to the cabin to wake Donner, he could not find him. Many searches on the deck were unsuccessful, and no trace of Captain Donner was found. Flight (2501): In June 1950, Flight 2501 of Northwest Airlines was flying from New York to Minneapolis by the experienced Captain Robert Lind, with fifty-eight passengers. Due to bad weather, the captain was forced to change course and fly over Lake Michigan. Around midnight, Captain Lind, for no apparent reason, requested a reduction in altitude from save 5,000 to twenty-five thousand feet, which was denied, and this was the last connection to Flight 2501. (From the discovery of small pieces to the fact that no remains of the plane were found at all), what is certain is that the plane crashed into the sea. The strange thing is that the plane was in perfect health and in the safe hands of Captain Lind, but more strangely, despite the annual searches, so far no bodies of the passengers or the captain of the plane have been found. Although different sources give different news about the discovery of the plane's wreckage (from the discovery of small parts to the fact that no wreckage was found at all), what is certain is that the plane crashed into the sea. The strange thing is that the plane was in perfect health and in the safe hands of Captain Lind, but more strangely, despite the annual searches, so far no bodies of the passengers or the captain of the plane have been found. Although different sources give different news about the discovery of the plane's wreckage (from the discovery of small parts to the fact that no wreckage of the plane was found at all), what is certain is that the plane crashed into the sea. The strange thing is that the plane was in perfect health and in the safe hands of Captain Lind, but more strangely, despite the annual searches, so far no bodies of the passengers or the captain of the plane have been found.

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