Watching something on Discovery Channel about the Bermuda Triangle. They're currently on airplane disappearances. They've explained Flight 19, but this one guy survived an odd encounter: he traveled through a swirling vortex of clouds and supposedly traveled over 300 miles in 3 minutes. They were talking about silica creating weird magnetic anomalies to explain his instruments going wonky, but so far they don't have an explanation for how he traveled so far so fast in a plane with a top speed of 190 MPH. Now they're getting into weird stuff like space warps.
My theory: we know magnetism can futz with people's brains. I think an appropriate amount of time passed, but the magnetism messed up his brain temporarily, making him think time had gone much faster.