A Bermuda Triangle cruise line has offered customers a full refund – but it's only valid if the ship mysteriously goes missing.
Curious passengers are splashing out as much as £1450 to get a cabin on the two-day trip with Norwegian Prima liner.
The daring travellers would set off from New York to Bermuda and have been assured that they will be given their money back if the cruise disappears.
The light-hearted offer means holidaymakers will be reimbursed if the mammoth ship goes missing in the triangle, where boats and planes are known for vanishing.
Their website states: "Don't worry about disappearing on this Bermuda Triangle tour. The tour has a 100% return rate and your money will be refunded in the rare chance you disappear."
The tour includes a twilight Bermuda Triangle cruise on a glass-bottom boat with talks, presentations and Q&As.
The trip is popular with conspiracy theorists, reports The Mirror.
Guest speakers on board the Ancient Mysteries Cruise will include Nick Pope, who worked for the UK Ministry of Defence, and West Midlands author Nick Redfern.
Nick Pope worked for the MOD's Airstaff 2a – dubbed the ' UFO desk' – between 1991 and 1994.
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Initially a sceptic, he later revealed his belief in ETs.
The Bermuda Triangle has sparked many conspiracy theories from aliens and ancient cities to angry gods.
The heart of the Bermuda Triangle, sometimes known as the Devil's Triangle, is thought to be the unexplained reason for the disappearance of more than 50 ships and 20 airplanes, including a US naval ship carrying 306 men.
Over the years, it has become synonymous with mysterious disappearances and unfathomable tragedy, with a simple explanation of 'bad weather ' just isn't enough for some people.
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