What will it take for the All Blacks to win RWC?

By Paul Thomas In Sport

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The Bermuda Triangle, with apexes in Florida, Puerto Rico and Bermuda, is an area of the Atlantic Ocean in which many ships and aircraft have disappeared. The Rugby World Cup is an international tournament at which a nation’s hopes turn to ashes at four-yearly intervals. Opinion is divided between those who believe these occurrences defy conventional explanations – such as human error or outdated equipment – and those who maintain there’s nothing particularly ­mysterious about them. The paranormal school links the Bermuda Triangle disappearances to extra-terrestrial activity ...

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