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Letter from the Editor

The Man Who Solved the Bermuda Triangle ‘Mystery’

In a recent essay (SI, March/April 2015), I went back forty years to the events that were stirring the beginning of the modern skeptical movement. One wild claim of the time was the so-called mystery of the Bermuda Triangle, and one landmark event of skeptical investigation was the 1975 publication of Larry Kusche’s The Bermuda Triangle Mystery—Solved. I wrote that it is “still today regarded (correctly in my view) as one of the classic debunking books of all time.” I hasten to add that Kusche prefers not to be called a debunker; he just wants to find out what’s true.

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