The "Devil's Sea" (also known as "The Dragon's Sea") has been mentioned in a viral media report about the rescue
of two sailors who were drifting along in the Pacific for 5 months. This article gives a rational explanation of the area, that is likened to the Bermuda
I do not believe in the mythical Bermuda Triangle or the Devil's Triangle
. I am sharing this link to a rational article. The illustrations below are simply to show the areas that are purported to be special or are named in the article and in the media and popular myths.
"transportation losses inside the Bermuda Triangle do not occur at a rate higher than anywhere else, and the number of losses that are unexplained is also not any higher. Statistically speaking, there is no Bermuda Triangle."
"As he did with Berlitz's Bermuda Triangle book, Larry Kusche also took on the task of setting the record
straight about the alleged disappearances of Japanese military boats cited by Berlitz in his 1989 The Dragon's Triangle. Kusche did find that what Berlitz had called military vessels were actually fishing
boats, and they'd been lost
at the same rate that fishing
boats have always been lost
in and around Japan
, whether they were inside Sanderson's vortex or not. Deep sea fishing has always been dangerous, and sometimes fishing boats sink. No mystery needed."
Read more here:
Dunning, B. "The Bermuda Triangle and the Devil's Sea." Skeptoid Podcast. Skeptoid Media, 20 Nov 2012. Web. 28 Oct 2017. <http://skeptoid.com/episodes/4337>