Who coined the term "Bermuda Triangle"?

Laurence Bergreen
Vincent Gaddis
Charles Berlitz
Jules Verne
The phrase "Bermuda Triangle" was first used by Vincent Gaddis in the cover article for the 1964 February issue of the magazine Argosy. His stories and statements on the Bermuda Triangle have been criticized for being inaccurate and misleading. He has also drawn strong criticism for ignoring possible natural explanations and inventing mysteries where none exist.
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Jules Verne
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