But if you’re too busy to attend what may well be a very hazardous confrontation with heavily-armed security guards you might want to consider a rival event being planned for the following week.
Storm The Bermuda Triangle, It Can’t Swallow All Of Us, is the brainchild of Anthony Carnovale.
Referring to the famed area of sea that has, over the centuries, been the scene of innumerable plane crashes, shipwrecks, and outright mysterious disappearances the not-even-remotely–serious event sets out to find “the lost pilots and the hidden islands in the mysterious triangle“ and “clap sea monster cheeks“.
There have been almost as many theories as to why a disproportionate number of marine losses have taken place in the area of sea between Miami, Bermuda and San Juan.
“We gotta storm NASA headquarters too so we can expose them of all the Flat Earth blueprints”
Dr Simon Boxall, ocean and earth scientist, has perhaps the most rational hypothesis.
“There are storms to the south and north, which come together,” he said.
“And if there are additional ones from Florida, it can be a potentially deadly formation of rogue waves.
“They are steep, they are high – we’ve measured waves in excess of 30m.
Explorer Darrell Miklos believes that it’s all the work of alien spacecraft.
He claims to have seen one sitting at the bottom of the ocean there and thinks it might somehow be yanking ships and planes down to a watery grave.
Or, if you like your theories very wild and woolly, you could check out a popular channel on YouTube – The Infographics show.
They published a clip suggesting giant “energy crystals” left over from the sunken city of Atlantis might be behind the mystery.
We’ll soon know. As an eager participant suggested on Facebook: “If we don’t find the aliens at Area 51 they’re bound to be in The Bermuda Triangle.”
The storming of the Bermuda Triangle is set to take place on October 1.
Take a packed lunch. And a wetsuit.
The list of other places that internet pranksters are talking about storming includes The White House, Teh US Federal Reserve and…perhaps oddest of all…Sea World.