40,000 people are planning to take a one-way trip to the Bermuda Triangle in hopes of meeting sea monsters up close and personal.
So many brands of crazy, which one to pick?
We recently told you about an effort that is growing for a group of about one million people to storm the highly classified Area 51 in an effort to "see them aliens" with their own eyes. And just in case you think the plan to surround and attack Area 51 with rocks and a group of men named 'Kyle' isn't daring enough, another effort is growing, and this one has a far more difficult to reach destination ...
The Bermuda Triangle, a loosely defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, also known as the Devil's Triangle and Hurricane Alley, has long been the center of conspiracy theories and wild stories of sea monsters, paranormal activity, extraterrestrial beings, portals to another time and dimension, a gateway to Atlantis, or UFOs using it as a cover to come to Earth and abduct us. Is it a reverse gravity field, a magnetic anomaly, maybe a time warp? The theories and otherworldly explanations are vast, and many books and entertainment have come from the concept.
Reports of anomalies and odd compass readings in the Bermuda Triangle started as far back as Christopher Columbus, and more than 50 ships and 20 airplanes are said to have gone missing under mysterious circumstances in the area.
The power of the internet is strong and has brought a group of believers together who are planning to head out en mass to "Storm the Bermuda Triangle, because it can't swallow all of us". The group is about 40,000 strong, and people are buying plane tickets, trying to charter boats, and making plans to head out on October 1, 2019.
The Facebook page is flooded with comments about 'clapping the cheeks' of sea monsters and mermaids, meeting the legendary sea people of Atlantis, sharing the sea with the Kraken, and yes, a battle plan to send the Kyle's in scuba tanks is being discussed.
So far the mission seems to be a one-way trip, with the intent of hanging with SpongeBob, the Kaiju, and again, clapping those sea monster's cheeks. (Don't ask us, we don't know either ... frankly, we're really disturbed by it all).
Event organizer Anthony Dominick Carnovale has called his followers and fellow enthusiasts "clappers" and promises one heck of a party with live music, weed, and booze. With those kinds of party favors, perhaps SpongeBob and Patrick will likely bring a lot of friends. A GoFundMe account has been set up to help cover the costs of what is promised to be an epic party.
From the event organizer, via Facebook:
Honestly, everyone thinks I'm trying to scam people with this GoFundMe thing but I'm legit trying to through a party for everyone so they'll come to my thing and not get murdered or arrested at area 51. This is the time for assembly to show this country we can organize. Lets prove that we are smart and care about everyone. Let's go have a good time. Even if we dont raise a cent. Let's still clap these sea monster cheeks. Ok. Let's all just have fun. Love you all.🤟😘
Some have even suggested that the group headed to Area 51 will find a secret button that will transport them to the Bermuda Triangle, a few have suggested hijacking a UFO to carry all the people out to sea.
Despite all the hype, the Bermuda Triangle has plenty of traffic that passes through it daily with no issue, and scientists and researchers can explain the mysteries with science and weather, but that doesn't matter to those determined to make it out there for the deep dive. Whatever happens it is bound to be immortalized on social media, and Mr. Carnovale has secured himself a place in internet fame.
The internet has vortexes and rabbit holes far more powerful than the Bermuda Triangle, as the options are plentiful and never-ending, and this group is growing fast. We will be waiting with the rest of you to see where this effort goes, and what they find out there.
Where will the nest storming effort be ... Stonehenge, Easter Island, the Egyptian Pyramids, or even the supposed bunker of lizard people that live within the walls of Denver International Airport?
Will you be headed out to the Bermuda Triangle or is Area 51 more your speed? Sound off in the comments below!