Okay, first of all, I'm sorry for letting you guys for waiting so long! So, this time I'll try to make this as faster as possible (if I could). Well, anyway, had you even heard Devil's Triangle? If you do or not, watch this…

It's almost like mixed with supernatural and science. I wish I could really do that in my original story.

Disclaimer: I don't own Monsters Vs Aliens.

Wedding Crush!

By Arceus. Conberma

Chapter 3: Devil's Trap

--Atlantic Ocean, Devil's Triangle (Bermuda Triangle) --

It was storming, sound of thunders and lightning flashing around them, they had never seen this bad weather before. Well, mostly they had seen it worse when Butterflysaurus almost got blow up the Eiffel Tower back when they were on mission in Paris.

Dr. Cockroach held tightly Susan's hands to keep her comfort, she always afraid of lightning, storm and thunder though. Negative, Link was getting exciting about this mission, he's a half-fish and half-ape after all, he loves water and storming weather, as he hopped around excitedly and impatiently to ask are they there or not. Although, Bob was brainless so he had nothing to be afraid of.

General Monger appeared and announced, "Alright, monsters! We're almost near the Devil's Triangle!" he shouted through the thunder noises.

"Devil!?? You mean, we're going to HELL!!?" B.O.B screamed and ran in a circle repeatedly.

The other monsters and Monger were trying to keep him by everyone was embracing him in a hug. Susan softly said, "It's okay, B.O.B. It's just a describe name, not a real hell." She explained.

"Oh." He finally said as they had let go off him quickly. His liquid has caused their outfits sticky and pretty to wash it either.

Dr. Cockroach grunted and cleared his throat to begin his another full-of-explanation-yet-boring speech. And he explained a little bit too fast though, "The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is a region of the northwestern Atlantic Ocean in which a number of aircraft and surface vessels are alleged to have disappeared in mysterious circumstances which fall beyond the boundaries of human error, pirates, equipment failure, or natural disasters. Popular culture has attributed some of these disappearances to the paranormal, a suspension of the laws of physics, or activity by extraterrestrial beings. Am I going too fast or difficult for you?" he asked.

Everyone was in awestricken as they could only understand the last sentence of what he asked. Their jaws were dropped and just stared at him. Dr. C knew what that meant as he slapped his forehead.

Link wanted to ask as he rose up one finger, "Ahh…"

Quickly, Dr. Cockroach snapped him. "Never mind!" he interjected.

"So…" Susan began, "General, still no signals from them?" she asked.

"No." Monger simply replied.

Susan then felt familiar with the location of Devil's Triangle as she cupped her chin, "Atlantic… Atlantic…" she muttered.

Although, Dr. Cockroach had a good hearing as he has bug-natural-sharp-antennas-hearing, e could hear his fiancée's mutters. He walked beside her and placed his hand on his shoulder. "Susan, my love, is something wrong?" he worriedly asked.

Suddenly, Susan remembered, "Atlantis." She whispered.

"Wha…What?" Dr. C blurted out.

"I once read a book about this Devil's Triangle. It is…" soon she got cut in by her fiancé.

"Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Wait! Is that a supernatural book?" he asked, which she nodded.

"Yes, and it's said that…"

"Sometimes connected to the Atlantis Story, UFO and could be a wormhole, right?" he sarcastically asked as he seemed don't believe in it. She nodded again, impressed.

Dr. Cockroach then burst out a huge laughter, so hard that he had a stomach-ache and tears came out from his eyes Susan was gaped and angry, she always that he would support her always, that what he had promised.

Even Monger and B.O.B couldn't help it either, except Link. Slowly, Dr. C took a deep breathe and quickly apologized. "Oh, I…haha…I'm sorry, love, it does just…hate to correct you. But…Atlantis is just a myth." He said.


"Let me explain it to you. True, we're entering into the supernatural area. One explanation pins the blame on leftover technology from the mythical lost continent of Atlantis. Sometimes connected to the Atlantis story is the submerged rock formation known as the Bimini Road off the island of Bimini in the Bahamas, which is in the Triangle by some definitions. Followers of the purported psychic Edgar Cayce take his prediction that evidence of Atlantis would be found in 1968 as referring to the discovery of the Bimini Road. Believers describe the formation as a road, wall, or other structure, though geologists consider it to be of natural origin." He explained one of the cases.

"Ohh." Susan's anger then slowly gone.

Dr. C smirked, seeing that his fiancée was still admiring himself. He then continued, "And there was another case. That there was a young man. His name was Charles Berlitz, grandson of a distinguished linguist and author of various additional books on anomalous phenomena, has kept in line with this extraordinary explanation, and attributed the losses in the Triangle to anomalous or unexplained forces. It has also been thought that the Bermuda Triangle is a wormhole, (a gap in space and time)." He finished.

"Okay, okay, now I understand." Susan chuckled, as she had heard enough from her fiancé's.

"But!" someone stated, it was General Monger as he continued, "Other writers attribute the events to UFOs. This idea was used by Steven Spielberg for his science fiction film Close Encounters of the Third Kind, which features the lost Flight 19 as alien abductees." He said.

"Oh, I love that movie!" Dr. C commented.

"Yea, me either!" B.O.B agreed.

"Yep, that movie is American's proud. Ooraaahh." Monger added.

"Anyway," Susan cut in, "so there's no Atlantis at all, huh?" she asked, sort of disappointed.

"Well, it's--"

"It exists." Spoke a voice beside them, it was Link who was gazing the lightning and listening to the sound of thunder. "Atlantis, it really exists. And I've seen it with my very own eyes." He solemnly said.

"Oh, Link. Don't be silly, it's impossible." Dr. C blurted out. Slowly he realized that he had spoken a wrong word; impossible.

Link's eyes were in rage as he clutched Dr. C's lab clothes. "What did you say, Doc!? I thought you said that a mad scientist know no such word. Come on, man. Have a curious-mind by now, this place is still a mystery and it kills man anytime! So stand up and throw away those science-whatever stuff behind ya!" he shouted, tried to wake Dr. Cockroach up.

"…You're right. Harsh, but you're right. I'm sorry, Link. And I'm sorry to you too, Susan." He apologized, his antennas fell.

"That's okay, sweety." Susan replied she gave him a kiss on his cheek.

"Yea, me too." Link added as he punched Dr. Cockroach's shoulder, which it hurt him but he grinned.

They then shared a laugh, then Dr. C curiously asked. "By the way, Link. You've seen the Atlantis before or you had lived there before?" he asked.

"I did. But it's a long story though." He replied, waving his hand annoying.


Suddenly, a huge crash from the engine's room, and then an explosion had blasted the gate as there was a huge exit hole was created. Then a strong wind was trying to suck them and throw them into the whirling sea.

"Everyone, hold on tight! We're going to have a SPIN!" Monger shouted as the monsters clutched something that on the wall.

Dr. Cockroach grasped Susan's hand with one hand and the other hand was locked with a pipe. George would never let go and as Susan. But the wind was too strong and they had not much strength to hold each other.

"Susan, don't let go!" Dr. C shouted.

"I won't!" she shouted back.

Susan was getting tire as her hand was slippery, her engagement ring was also slip. "WHHAAAAA!!" she screamed and fell into the whirling wind. Dr. Cockroach watched it in horror and found that he was holding Susan's engagement ring. His tears was falling down his cheeks.

"SUSANNNN!!!!!!" Dr. Cockroach's desperate cries mixed with the thunder.

To be continued…