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Though most of us have heard of the Bermuda Triangle, where planes and ships have mysteriously gone missing in the Atlantic Ocean for decades, not all are aware that there is a similar place in Nevada.Lying in a region of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Nevada and California, some 2,000 planes have been lost in the last 60 years.In this remotely populated area of more than 25,000 miles of mountain desert, many of the crash sites are never found.

After hunting for a month for the plane, the search was called off and on February 15, 2008, Fossett was declared dead.Later that year on September 29th, Fossett’s identification cards were discovered in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California by a hiker.A few days later, the crash site was discovered—approximately 65 miles from where the aviator initially took off.Two bones were later recovered a half mile from the crash site which was found to have belonged to Steve Fossett.