In September 1950, Edward Van Winkle Jones wrote an article for The Miami Herald about the mysterious disappearances of ships and planes between Bermuda and the Florida Coast. The name “Bermuda Triangle” wouldn’t be coined until 1974, in an cover article for Argosy magazine written by Victor Gaddis. For the next quarter-century, the haunting allure of the Triangle captured the imagination of popular culture.
Thanks to modern radar, air traffic control, and global positioning systems (GPS), air and sea travel in the Bermuda Triangle are safer than ever before. Experts have dismissed any claims of paranormal activity as sensationalist journalism or pseudoscience. But sometimes experts are wrong.
This series is co-written by three authors. Dan Koboldt is a genetics researcher and sci-fi/fantasy author. He is the author of the Gateways to Alissia series (Harper Voyager, 2016-2018), and the editor of Putting the Science in Fiction (Writers Digest, 2018).
Mindy McGinnis is an Edgar Award-winning novelist who writes across multiple genres, including post-apocalyptic, historical, thriller, contemporary, mystery, and fantasy. While her settings may change, you can always count on Mindy’s books to deliver grit, truth, and an unflinching look at humanity and the world around us.
Sylvia Spruck Wrigley is a pilot and aviation writer who has written several nonfiction books on airplane disasters. She is also a Nebula-nominated author of science fiction and fantasy, with stories published in Nature, Lightspeed, Tor.com, and other venues.
The Triangle will be published as a 10-episode serial through the Serial Box app. You can read it like an e-book or listen to the enhanced audiobook. The first episode is free. If you like it, you can order the whole season for $13.99.
For details, visit The Triangle at Serial Box.
You can also read a preview of season one.
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- The Triangle will begin releasing on April 24, 2019.
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