Agreed, it's totally superstitious. There are some places where, due to simple physics, weather can change suddenly, and in such areas accidents are more likely to happen. For example, Mount Washington, in New Hampshire, is touted as having the world's worst weather. However it is a major tourist destination, with an automobile road to the summit, as well as dozens of hiking trails. More than 130 people have died on the summit, and many more have been seriously injured, but it is not due to some mysterious curse. It's simply a place where the weather changes very quickly and is often severe, and where people get caught unprepared for those changes. The Bermuda triangle lies in an area that is prone to hurricanes and shear winds, so some accidents have happened there. I personally have flown through it a couple of times, and have a pleasant and safe trip.