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The name strikes fear into the hearts of superstitious sailors and pilots alike. The Bermuda Triangle, a stretch of the Atlantic Ocean roughly marked out by the Florida city of Miami, Puerto Rico and the islands of Bermuda, is infamous thanks to a century of strange disappearances. Dozens, perhaps hundreds, of ships and planes have vanished, having sent no distress call, and often leaving zero wreckage. While reports of compass malfunctions may suggest magnetic anomalies, theories go as far as paranormal or extraterrestrial involvement. This is the enduring mystery that haunts the Triangle.

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In this month’s issue… Who killed JFK? We know Lee Harvey Oswald pulled a trigger, but was he a lone gunman or part of a larger conspiracy? Plus: Elizabeth’s I love rival; the Irish Potato Famine; Picasso’s most prolific year; the medieval knight who’s travels made him more famous than Marco Polo; the Top 10 art controversies and the legend of the Bermuda Triangle.