A well known 4 sq. block habitat for wildlife in downtown Eugene, Oregon.
Standing in the intersection of Olive and W. Broadway (as is wont to happen
in the wee hours of a raucous night) you are within a 1 sq. block radius of 11 watering holes.
This area is famous for its ability to "disappear" or "swallow" people whole.

Also known for the propensity of Evangelical Christians to misguidedly attempt to "save" the souls
of the wayward traveling drifters, otherwise known as citizens.
Slurs have been known to fly. . .often.
1. Where's Bob?

2: I dunno, last time I saw him was around midnight, he was stumbling toward the Barmuda Triangle.

1: Uh-oh!

2: Yeah, he could be anywhere. . .
by Professor Oblivious August 31, 2013
A well known 4 sq. block habitat for wildlife in downtown Eugene, Oregon.
Standing in the intersection of Olive and W. Broadway (as is wont to happen
in the wee hours of the raucous night) you are within a 1 sq. block radius of 11 watering holes.
Known for it's ability to "disappear" or "swallow"people whole, this area is also
known for the propensity of Evangelical Christians to misguidedly
try to "Save" the wayward traveling drifters, otherwise known as citizens.
Slurs have been known to fly. . .often.
1: Where's Bob?

2: I dunno, last time I saw him was around Midnight, he was stumbling toward The Barmuda Triangle.

1: Uh-oh.

2: Yeah, he could be anywhere. . .
by Professor Oblivious July 29, 2013
Three bars on the East Side of University of Kanas Lawrence, where thousands of underage students (and sometimes there moms and dads) go to drink and live the college dream.

Bullwinkles, Jayhawk Cafe, and The Wheel (Also know as: the bull, the hawk, the wheel) form this triangle of madness.
"Lets go to the Barmuda Triangle, Its where everyone goes freshman year!"
by gangstaoflove;1 September 29, 2014
An area of bars that collectively saturate the SE Hawthorne Arts District at the base of Mt Tabor a dormant Volcano in Portland Oregon. Also sometimes called The Tabor Hood. Its has been known that people can be lost for days in this area though some survive and others disappear...
Went out to meet some friends last night and got lost in the Barmuda Triangle over in southeast.
by dyck Fitzwell April 22, 2009

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