5. Mud Volcanoes and Methane Hydrates Theory
This is one of the Bermuda triangle theories adopted from scientific findings on mud volcanoes and methane gas. It explains that the region contain trapped methane gas.
If disturbed, this methane gas, just like any other gas moves to the surface. The process reduces the density of water affecting the floating equation. This theory continue to explain that when methane gas reaches on the surface of water, the Gulf Stream moves it quickly causing ships to sink.