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Larry Kusche

Larry Kusche is the author The Bermuda Triangle Mystery—Solved (1975) and The Disappearance of Flight 19 (1980). The books set high standards for investigative research and reporting on popular subjects. They demonstrate the need for critical thinking and being a skeptic. He has been a commercial pilot/flight instructor and a technical writer, and he was a founding CSICOP fellow. His first novel, Return to Marble Canyon, will soon be published. He has lived in the Phoenix area since the second grade (1947).

The Bermuda Triangle Mystery Delusion: Looking Back after Forty Years

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 39.6, November/December 2015

The Bermuda Triangle Mystery Delusion: Looking Back after Forty Years

The man who solved the Bermuda Triangle “mystery” looks back after four decades on his investigations into the missing flight that started it all and the shoddy research, gullibility, and distortions that created this mystery.

Critical Reading, Careful Writing, and the Bermuda Triangle

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 1.2, Spring / Summer 1977

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Critical Reading, Careful Writing, and the Bermuda Triangle

In August 1977, the College Entrance Examination Board issued a report concerning the causes of the continuing decline of the...

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