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Many people are familiar with the legend of the Bermuda triangle. Fewer are aware that there are at least two areas located inland are similar in size and shape and have also produced numerous inexplicable tales of lost air craft, people, and vehicles. One is a vast inland area of Alaska.
The so called Alaska Triangle sometimes called "Alaska's Devil's Graveyard" covers several hundred square miles from the southeastern coast line near Juneau to the Barrow Mountains above the Arctic Circle. However, China offers a unique candidate for second most interesting triangular area of disappearances , the China Triangle is both inland and maritime in character enclosing two large inland lakes navigable to the sea. Meet the "Devils Triangle Of The East" via video.