An enigma is a person or a thing that is mysterious, puzzling, and a difficult to understand. Another word for enigma is mystery, puzzle or riddle. Some examples of enigmas are the Bermuda Triangle, the Lost Colony of Roanoke Island, the Last Civilization of Atlantis, the Mystery of Stonehenge, the Pyramids, and the Nazca Lines. An enigma is hard to solve because people believe in different theories. I will be talking about the Bermuda Triangle and the Nazca Lines.
The Bermuda Triangle, airplanes, ships, cyclops, and pilots are going missing. The early disappearances began in 1918 with the U.S.S. Cyclops. In World War I, the cyclops was sent to Brazil to a refueling station for British ships in South Atlantic. On Flight 19, the pilots took off on a training flight from the United States Naval Station at Fort Lauderale, Florida. One ship was discovered with warm food and coffee cups on the table, but no one was on board. The Bermuda Triangle is located ogg the south-eastern Atlantic coast of the United States from Miami, Florida, south-east to Puerto Rico, north-east to Bermuda and back to Miami. The Bermuda Triangle is shaped like a trapezoidal. This enigma can be best explained by blue holes steep-walled onto the ocean floor. Some people believe that the blue holes are attached to micro-wormholes and are thought to be transit points for the UFO's that travel between dimensions. This enigma is still mysterious because they haven't solved anything from the Bermuda Triangle.
The Nazca Lines are strange shapes that seem to be carved into the land. The Nazca Lines has an area about 175 square miles of desert. Experts