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The Bermuda Triangle: A Selective Bibliography
The USS Cyclops and her 306 crew and passengers disappeared within the area known as the Bermuda Triangle in March 1918. This disappearance remains the single largest loss of life in U.S. Naval history not directly involving combat and remains an unsolved mystery.
The Loss of Flight 19 - Naval History and Heritage Command
Loss of Flight 19 Official Accident Reports
McDonell, Michael. "Lost Patrol." Naval Aviation News (Jun. 1973): 8-16.
Rosenberg, Howard L. "Exorcising the Devil's Triangle" Sealift [Military Sealift Command] 24, no.6 (June 1974): 11-16.
USS Cyclops Lost, 14 June 1918 - Photographs
What is the Bermuda Triangle? A short review by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Official statement from the U.S. Coast Guard
Does the Bermuda Triangle really exist?
The Bermuda Triangle or Devil's Triangle is a mythical geographic area located off the southeastern coast of the United States. It is noted for an apparent high incidence of unexplained losses of ship, small boats, and aircraft.
The Coast Guard does not recognize the existence of the so-called Bermuda Triangle as a geographic area of specific hazard to ships or planes. In a review of many aircraft and vessel losses in the area over the years, there has been nothing discovered that would indicate that casualties were the result of anything other than physical causes. No extraordinary factors have ever been identified.
Titles at the Navy Department Library
Barrash, Marvin W. U.S.S. Cyclops. Westminster, Md: Heritage Books, Inc., 2010.
Berlitz, Charles. The Bermuda Triangle. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1974.
Gama, Arthur Oscar Saldanha da. Brasileiros no sinistro triângulo das Bermudas. Rio de Janeiro, RJ: Biblioteca do Exército Editora, 1984.
Jeffrey, Adi-Kent Thomas. The Bermuda triangle. New Hope, Pa.: New Hope Pub. Co., 1973.
Kusche, Larry. The Bermuda Triangle Mystery--Solved. Buffalo NY: Prometheus Books, c1986.
Kusche, Larry. The disappearance of Flight 19. New York: Harper & Row, 1980.
Kusche, Lawrence David, and Deborah. K. Blouin. Bermuda Triangle bibliography, by Larry Kusche and Deborah K. Blouin. 2d ed. [Tempe]: University Library, Arizona State University, 1974.
Myhre, Jon F. Discovery of Flight 19: a 30-year search for the lost patrol in the Bermuda Triangle. Orange, CA: Paragon Agency Publishers, 2012.
Sanderson, Ivan Terence. Invisible Residents: A Disquisition Upon Certain Matters Maritime, and the Possibility of intelligent Life Under the Waters of This Earth. New York: World Pub. Co., c1970.
Stancil, Carol F. The Bermuda Triangle: An Annotated Bibliography. Los Angeles: Reference Section, College Library, UCLA, c1973.
Quasar, Gian J. Into the Bermuda Triangle: pursuing the truth behind the world's greatest mystery. Camden, Me: International Marine/McGraw-Hill, 2004.
Winer, Richard. The Devil's Triangle. New York: Bantam Books, c1974.
Adams, Michael R. "Texaco Oklahoma: Another Bermuda Triangle Victim?" U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 102, no.3 (March 1976): 109-110.
The Bermuda Triangle: A Collection of Articles From the Brevard County Federated Library System. Merritt Island FL: Brevard County Federated Library System, c1975.
The Bermuda Triangle: An Annotated Bibliography. Buffalo NY: B & ECPL Librarians Assn. and the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library, c1975.
Brock, Paul. "They Sailed Into Oblivion." The Lookout [Seamen's Church Institute of N.Y.] 62, no.3 (Apr. 1971): 3-4, 11.
Burgess, Robert Forrest. Sinkings, Salvages, and Shipwrecks. New York: American Heritage Press, c1970.
Charroux, Robert. Forgotten Worlds: Scientific Secrets of the Ancients and Their Warning for Our Time. New York: Popular Library, c1973.
Dolan, Edward F. The Bermuda Triangle and Other Mysteries of Nature. New York: Bantam, c1980.
Edwards, Frank. Stranger Than Science. Secaucus NJ: Citadel Press, c1987.
Gaddis, Vincent H. Invisible Horizons: True Mysteries of the Sea. Philadelphia PA: Chilton, 1965.
Gaffron, Norma. The Bermuda Triangle: Opposing Viewpoints. San Diego CA: Greenhaven Press, c1995.
Godwin, John. This Baffling World. New York: Bantam Books, c1968.
Hoehling, Adolph A. They Sailed Into Oblivion. New York: T. Yoseloff, C1959.
Keyhoe, Donald E. The Flying Saucer Conspiracy. New York: Holt, c1955.
Landsburg, Alan. In Search of Ancient Mysteries. New York: Bantam Books, c1974.
_____. More Things. New York: Pyramid Books, c1969.
Spencer, John Wallace. Limbo of the Lost -- Today: Actual Stories of the Sea. New York: Bantam Books, c1975.
Stewart, Oliver. Danger in the Air. New York: Philosophical Library, c1958.
Titler, Dale Milton. Wings of Mystery: True Stories of Aviation History. New York: Dodd Mead, c1981.
Upchurch, C. Winn. "Jinxed Seas." U.S, Coast Guard Academy Alumni Bulletin (1970): 40-45.
Wilkins, Harold Tom. Strange Mysteries of Time and Space. New York:Citadel Press, c1958.
This bibliography is intended to provide research assistance only, and does not imply any opinion concerning the subject on the part of the US Navy.