Like the so-called Bermuda Triangle, which stretches along lines from Florida to Bermuda to Puerto Rico and back to Florida, the Vermont phenomenon known as the “Bennington Triangle” is full of intrigue and mysterious disappearances — although precisely where the “triangle” is situated seems unclear. The Appalachian Mountain Club calls it the “Triangle of Doom.” Even though the last reported disappearance occurred well over sixty years ago, it’s still remains a mystery and was featured in a July 2012 episode of William Shatner’s Weird or What? cable television series.
This article was removed from the web site and published in the October 2018 issue of Digging History Magazine, part of an extensive article entitled, “American Poltergeist (and other strange goings-on)”.
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