I have done this in the hopes that someday I will contribute to the solving of this mystery. For Bruce it began unintentionally on December 4, As a result he became one of the most well-known survivors of an unexplained encounter in the Triangle. Through his friendship with the late J. Like everything else associated with the Triangle, his story faded away.
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I have done this in the hopes that someday I will contribute to the solving of this mystery. For Bruce it began unintentionally on December 4, As a result he became one of the most well-known survivors of an unexplained encounter in the Triangle.
Through his friendship with the late J. Like everything else associated with the Triangle, his story faded away. Not until , that is. I went to No. After 20 years of silence, people were hungry for information. Bruce was impressed and contacted me and we became friends. For the first time since Berlitz, his story was retold. In truth it was the first time ever.
Berlitz wanted another story of the mysterious. But Gernon had much more than that to give. I interviewed him and let him tell his story again. Later he would give me photos of yet another flight through the Triangle. Bruce Gernon gave me an exclusive interview recently gave me some great pictures for my upcoming book, and I wanted to share some on the web.
Bruce is now the longest in situ observer of the Triangle, both of events within and of its everyday geographic mysteries. Bruce and his father had built up a successful real estate brokerage in southern Florida. By his early 20s, Bruce already had about hours flying time and was very familiar with Florida and the Bahamas.
However, none of this prepared him for an encounter which over 40 years later still puzzles him. All sites that dealt with the Bermuda Triangle debunked it. Strangely, they debunked a topic based on 20 year old arguments.
My site was the only one to go up that held a pro view on the subject, and this attracted Bruce to write to me. Since my website brought back the popularity of the Triangle, and took it up to a more rational level, Bruce has been on a number of documentaries, has his own website , and even was able to finally get his own book out, The Fog. He strikes one as contemplative and non aggressive. The only reason his account became public was from his friendship with the late J.
Gernon was so amazed at his encounter that he wrote down details shortly after it happened and even began to do some of his own investigating. Here he shares some of what he encountered and what he has discovered over the last 30 years of flying the Triangle this article first went up in His keen memory for detail has aided in the production of pictures and maps, detailing what he experienced.
Everything seemed normal on that fateful day in December, just after 3 p. It was shortly after takeoff when I noticed an elliptical cloud directly in front of us about a mile away, hovering only about feet above the ocean. It was a typical lenticular cloud, but I had never seen one that low.
But the lenticular cloud quickly changed into a huge cumulus cloud. We were climbing at 1, feet per minute, and the cloud seemed to be building up at the same rate. Unexpectedly, it caught up and engulfed the Bonanza. After 10 minutes of climbing in and out of this cloud, the airplane finally broke free at 11, feet and the sky was clear.
I leveled the Bonanza off and accelerated to its maximum safe cruising speed of miles per hour. When I looked back at the cloud, I was astonished. It now looked like an immense squall, abnormally shaped in the form of a giant semicircle extending around us. After a few minutes, I lost sight of it. Soon we noticed another cloud building directly in front of us, near the Bimini Islands. It looked a great deal like the cloud that we had just left, except that its top was at least 60, feet high.
When we came with a few miles of it, we saw that it appeared to emanate directly from the surface of the Earth. Upon entering the cloud we witnessed an uncanny spectacle. It became dark and black, without rain, and visibility was about four or five miles. There were no lightning bolts, only extraordinarily bright white flashes that would illuminate the entire surrounding area.
The deeper we penetrated, the more intense the flashes became, so we made a degree turn to the left and headed due south out of the cloud. We had been flying for 27 minutes. We thought we might be able to fly around the cloud, but after six or seven miles we saw that it continued in a near-perfect curve to the east.
After two more minutes it became apparent that the cloud near Andros and the cloud near Bimini were actually opposite sides of the same ring-shaped body! The cloud must have formed just off of Andros Island and then rapidly spread outward into the shape of a doughnut with a diameter of 30 miles. This seemed impossible, but there was no other explanation. We were trapped inside a billowing prison, with no way under or over it.
Thirteen miles later, I noticed a large U-shaped opening on the west side of the doughnut cloud. I had no choice but to turn and try to exit through the opening. The break in the cloud now formed a perfect horizontal tunnel, one mile wide and more than 10 miles long.
We could see the clear blue sky on the other side. We also saw that the tunnel was rapidly shrinking. I increased the engine RPM, bringing our speed to the caution area of miles per hour. When we entered the tunnel, its diameter had narrowed to only feet. I was amazed at what the shaft now looked like. It appeared to be only a mile long instead of ten-plus as I had originally estimated.
Light from the afternoon sun shone through the exit hole and made the silky white walls glow. The walls were perfectly round and slowly constricting.
All around the edges were small puffs of clouds of a contrasting gray, swirling counterclockwise around the airplane. We were in the tunnel for only 20 seconds before we emerged from the other end.
For about five seconds I had the strange feeling of weightlessness and an increased forward momentum. When I looked back, I gasped to see the tunnel walls collapse and form a slit that slowly rotated clockwise. All of our electronic and magnetic navigational instruments were malfunctioning. The compass was slowly spinning even as the airplane flew straight. I contacted Miami and told them we were about 45 miles southeast of Bimini, heading east at 10, feet. The radar controller replied that he was unable to identify us anywhere in that area.
Something bizarre had happened. Instead of the blue sky we expected, everything was a dull, grayish white haze. Visibility seemed like more than two miles, yet we could not see the ocean, the horizon, or the sky. The air was very stable and there was no lightning or rain. I had to use my imagination to feel our way west. I looked at my watch and saw that we had been flying for less than 34 minutes.
I told the controller that he must have identified another airplane and that we were approximately 90 miles southwest of Miami and still looking for Bimini. Suddenly the fog started breaking apart, in a weird sort of electronic fashion.
Long horizontal lines appeared in the fog on either side of us. The lines widened into slits about four or five miles long. We saw blue sky through them. The slits continued expanding and joined together.
Within eight seconds, all the slits had joined, and the gray fog had disappeared. All I could see was brilliant blue sky as my pupils adjusted to the abrupt increase in brightness. Then, I saw the barrier island of Miami Beach directly below.
After we landed at Palm Beach I realized that the flight had taken a little less than 47 minutes. I had never made it from Andros to Palm Beach in less than 75 minutes, even on a direct route. Our course on this flight was quite indirect and probably covered close to miles. How could the airplane travel miles in 47 minutes? We taxied to customs, ending the fortuitous flight. I could not logically understand what had happened during that flight, although I felt it was significant and reviewed it in my mind several times a day.
In I heard about the so-called Bermuda Triangle and disappearances of boats and airplanes because of a possible time warp. It was then that I realized that time itself was the key. It should have taken about four minutes to travel through the tunnel, since it appeared to be between 10 and 15 miles long. Instead, this is precisely how long it took for us to leave the storm and reach clear skies.
The remarkable thing is that we did not come out of the storm 90 miles away from Miami as we should have. We had traveled through miles of space and 30 minutes of time in a little more than three minutes.
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The time difference and linear displacement in the overall flight is gained in last 1 to 2 seconds of the 20 seconds in the cloud tunnel. Bruce said as he exited the tunnel and then had a slight sense of acceleration hydroplaning and finally a sensation of being weightless for several seconds. Another important point he enters the cloud tunnel at 10, feet and when he appears over Miami Beach he is also at 10, feet. The point here is that if this is a real example of a local space warp metric it followed the curvature of the Earth. The warp metric appears to be influenced by mass.
Bruce Gernon Time Travel
He is one lucky man who has survived the experiences from the Bermuda Triangle. He has experienced the time wrap theory of the Bermuda Triangle and has lived to tell his story on survival. Bruce Gernon is only one person in the world to witness what mystery is behind the Bermuda Triangle and what the Triangle creates to make things disappear. Many others have also seen parts of this phenomenon of mystery and disappearance and some have seen it completely, just like Bruce. Gernon see this from its birth stage through its mature stage and enter the heart of the Timestorm and escape through a Tunnel Vortex and experience a time warp of 30 minutes forward in time and miles forward in space. Bruce and his daughter Rob McGregor was in this flight. It is only after 31 years of his complete research on the triangle did Bruce Gernon discover how he had flown those miles in such a short time and never seen the Earth or sky around him.