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"So tell me, what's become of my ship?"
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British ship Silent Mary bowsprit
Devil's Triangle
General information
Location

Atlantic Ocean

Notable inhabitants

Armando Salazar and his crew

Societal
Behind the scenes
First appearance

Dead Men Tell No Tales

Latest appearance

Dead Men Tell No Tales

"Captain, you're sailing us into the Devil's Triangle."
Henry Turner to Captain Toms[src]

The Devil's Triangle was a mysterious and mythical area in the Atlantic Ocean. According to legends, many of the ships that entered these waters vanished without warning or explanation, leaving only a few lucky sailors to recount the monsters, storms, ghosts, and pirates responsible for their misfortunes.

HistoryEdit

Silent Mary Black Pearl

The Silent Mary follows the Wicked Wench towards the Triangle's entrance.

Shrouded in darkness and surrounded with gigantic reefs, the Devil's Triangle was a part of the ocean ruled by the mysterious supernatural powers. A place where the dead live and the living die, the Triangle was avoided by every sailor worth his salt.

When the ruthless Spanish Royal Navy Captain Armando Salazar and his crew chased Jack Sparrow's pirate ship the Wicked Wench, Sparrow outsmarted the Spaniards, causing them to enter the Triangle. Salazar's ship, the Silent Mary, was almost completely destroyed in a series of explosions, which caused the deaths of Salazar and all his men. However, the supernatural forces in the Triangle revived Salazar and his crew as powerful ghosts, granting them vast powers and abilities, though keeping them imprisoned within the Triangle for decades to come.

Many years later when a down on his luck Jack Sparrow traded his compass away for a bottle of rum he incurred a terrible price. For dishonorably trading the compass away the thing he feared most Armando Salazar and his crew were set free; a section of the Triangle shattering and sinking to allow them their freedom.

Behind the scenes Edit

  • The Devil's Triangle is another name for the Bermuda Triangle.

AppearancesEdit

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