Does Idaho Have Its Own Bermuda Triangle?
It's been the site of countless unexplained disappearances and unnatural phenomena.
It isn't in Bermuda. It's in Idaho.
The Bermuda Triangle, also referred to as the Devil's Triangle, is notorious for swallowing up ships, planes, and people. There is a similar situation happening right here in the Gem State.
In Eastern Idaho, near the Wyoming border lies the Caribou-Targhee National Forest.
According to locals, dozens of vehicles have been involved with unexplained accidents just off of Caribou National Forest Road. We've heard stories of apparitions "pushing" cars off the road, cars feeling as thought they're driving on ice (when there's no ice to be found,) and drivers even having visions of beings on the road while driving. Animals and people alike, it's been said that you could see "visions" of creatures that don't even exist while driving through the forest.
Is any of this even possible? If it is, experts believe it's due to one of three (sort of) scientific explanations:
- The magnetic forces originating from nearby Yellowstone National Park
- The spirits of deceased Native Americans residents causing trouble
- The seismic forces happening underneath the surface of Idaho
Sadly, none of those theories can actually be prove by any sort of statistics or facts.
Do you think the "Idaho Triangle" is real? Are there supernatural forces at work on the east side of the state? Or is this some kind of Scooby-Doo villain situation where some cranky old man is just trying to keep meddling kids off his property?