Storm Bermuda Triangle

Storm Bermuda Triangle

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Updated Jul 25, 2019 at 10:12AM EDT by andcallmeshirley.

Added Jul 24, 2019 at 10:47AM EDT by Matt.

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Storm Bermuda Triangle is a Facebook event made in the wake of the viral popularity of the Storm Area 51 event. In addition to the Facebook event, the creators promise to hold a free music festival to compete with the Area 51 event. The Bermuda Triangle is an area in the western region of the Atlantic Ocean that has been the subject of numerous conspiracy theories as a number of ships and airplanes have reportedly disappeared while traveling near the region.


On July 12th, 2019, Facebook[1] users Anthony Dominick Carnovale, James Jones and Matthew Hudson launched the event "Storm The Bermuda Triangle, It Can't Swallow All Of Us." In the description for the event, they write, "trying to assemble live music food and entertainment. optional donations at the door. this is a FREE EVENT NO TICKET PURCHASE NECESSARY all proceeds go to cancer research and wild life foundation. check the go fund me in the discussion section or the link below. attendees must dress as spongebob characters or pirates. food and drink will be provided for purchase."


Online Reaction

Within two weeks, the event received more than 25,000 people interested in the event and 19,000 people marked as going to the event.

On July 14th, Anthony Dominick Carnovale launched a GoFundMe [2] for the event. They wrote, "Basically organizing a beach party at the tip of the Bermuda triangle. Gonna be a safe party and I am going to hire an event organizer to help plan the party and rent boats and hire live music. All unused funds are being donated to cancer research and world wildlife foundation for marine life preservation. 5 dollar optional donations at the door or you must bring 3 cans of food to donate to the canned food drive to help support families affected by tropical storms." Within one week, the event has received more than $100 of its $175,000 goal.

Media Coverage

On July 17th, Fox 5 NY[3] interviewed Carnovale about the event. In the interview, the creator of the event stated that he believed the "Area 51 event is dangerous." He continued:

I honestly just don't want people to attend the Area 51 event because I don't want people getting shot or arrested


Not trying to be mean but there are a lot of… not so smart people who think that just because there would be a ton of you doesn't mean that A MILITARY BASE isn't gonna open fire on people for saying they're gonna break in.

Several other media outlets covered the event, including The Daily Dot, [4] The Independent,[5] The New York Post[6] and more.

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