10 Most Mysterious Places in the World

The World is full of mysterious things. Science too has its limitation where it couldn’t explore few things. After a deepest research and spending lot of time, we created Top 10 abandoned and mysterious places in the world.

Roopkund is also known as ‘The Lake of Skeleton’ located in high altitude glacier Lake of Uttarakhand state of India. This glacier as deep as 2 meters and you can see the hundreds of skeleton beneath the Lake when the snow melts.

The skeletons were first found by a British forest guard in 1942. Initially, it was believed that the skeletons were those of Japanese soldiers who had died while crossing that route during World War II.  Researchers have confirmed that the skeletons are the remains of people killed in a sudden, violent hailstorm in the 9th century. Because of the human remains, the lake has been called Skeleton Lake in recent times.

Who are they and why they went there is the unresolved mystery. To see the skeleton, many trekking lovers visit this place Himalaya every year.  

Kuldhara, Rajasthan is most mysterious and haunted site in India. This village was fully occupied by Paliwal Brahmins and they were spending a good time there, enjoying it basically. Once the village was habited by 1500 families. But, all of a sudden complete villagers left the village overnight and no one knows where they went. Some locals say that The Diwan of Jaisalmer was arrogant king and did all the worst things to villagers. The villagers were unable to tolerate the torchers of the king because of that they cursed the village and left. Locals of the nearby village believe this village as haunted village and the one enters the village will suffer to the deep.

It’s been 200 years now, that curse stays true till date because the town is barren and uninhabited. Check kuldhara village ghost video

The Nazca lines are a series of large ancient geoglyphs in the Nazca desert, in southern Peru. What is Geoglyphs? Geoglyphs are the designs created by humans using stones, durable components on the ground which is larger than 4 meter. Nazca lines are extremely large designs created in the Nazca desert in 500 BCE. The largest figures are up to 1,200 ft. (370 m) long. You can’t understand the shape of the lines unless you’re on aircraft or high altitude mountains. Nazca lines can be seen from space. Most of the shapes of the lines were looks like monkeys, spiders, flowers, jaguars, birds and human figures. The designs are shallow lines made in the ground by removing the reddish pebbles and uncovering the whitish/grayish ground beneath.

Why the heck they created this large figures on the ground? Are they conveying any messages to aliens? Archaeologists, ethnologists, and anthropologists have studied the ancient Nazca culture to try to determine the purpose of the lines and figures. One hypothesis is that the Nazca people created them to be seen by their gods in the sky.

Even though many conspiracy theories around, no one knows what is the use of those Geoglyphs. Checkout Nazca lines Aliens

7Floating Stones of Rameshwaram, India

Tamil Nadu most cultural and holds immense importance to religious belief in India. There is a Kaavyam (Ancient Indian epic poem) Ramayana written by Valmiki. It narrates the struggle of the divine Prince Rama to rescue his wife Sita from the demon King Ravana where he lives in Sri Lanka. To rescue Sita, Rama has to cross the sea which lies between India and Sri Lanka. To achieve that Lord Rama’s Vanara Sena (The head of Monkey-faced hand) built a bridge with the floating stones all the way Sri Lanka.

You may wonder how the stone can float in the water. But, hard truth is yes. That kind of stones you can see in Rameshwaram temples.

Many researchers tried to figure out the fact which makes the stone float but they ended up with no clue or evidence. Checkout Floating Stones

The Superstition Mountains located east of Phoenix, Arizona and it is famous for the Lost Dutchman’s mine where millions of dollars’ worth of gold are hidden. Adventurers who went hunting the Superstition Mountain gold mine where never returned home. If some luckily returning back to home, never lost more 60 days. All of their deaths were incredibly unnatural, hence some consider this place as sacred ground.
The Apache Indians (Native American Tribes) believes that Superstition Mountain is protected by the Thunder God which roars his loudest by creating numerous thunderstorms.

Silver Locke is the last adventurer who discovered $18,000 worth of gold from the Superstition Mountains. What happened to silver Locke is the secret that no one knows.

You also want to discover Superstition Mountain gold, try it once you completely enjoyed your life as you are not going to return normal life. 

5South Atlantic Anomaly (SAA)

It is known as the ‘Bermuda Triangle of Space’. A region where the Earth’s inner Van Allen radiation belt makes its closest approach to the planet’s surface. The result is that, for a given altitude, the radiation intensity is higher over this region than elsewhere. The Anomaly in the radiation belt results from the fact that the planet’s magnetic field is not perfectly aligned with its geographic center and poles.

Due to the intensive radiation, the astronauts in the satellite like International space station experiences the light flashes and even satellites and air crafts go on failure if it’s not prepared for high-intensive radiation. It also affects the orbiting satellite like the Hubble Space telescope does not take observations while passing through the South Atlantic Anomaly, for instance.

NASA satellites that do travel in the region are shut down, or go into SAFE mode to avoid damage while passing over the Atlantic between Brazil and Africa (South Atlantic Anomaly Region).

To know more, check out South Atlantic Anomaly Video

4Kodinhi, Kerala, India – The Village of Twins

Kodinhi is a village in Malappuram District of Kerala. It’s also known as ‘The Village of Twins’. Why is this place considered as the mysterious place? The small village which is said to have only 2000 families has around 50% of people giving birth to twins and some triplets. As of 2015, the village has 204 pairs of twins and two triplets. This village becomes very famous even outside of India as the village gives a large number of twins birth. Women from Kodinhi married off to faraway places are also known to give birth to twins. Despite several studies being conducted, the exact cause of this phenomenon is yet to be ascertained.

According to doctors, this phenomenon is due to chemical present in water in the kodinhi village. Check out Kodinhi Village

3Jatinga, Assam, India – The spot of Brid commit suicide 

Humans tend to commit suicide if something goes wrong in their life. But, why birds are committing suicide? You may think that am kidding. Of course no, the beautiful village Jatinga in Assam, India is the place where this mysterious phenomenon happening every day on late monsoon seasons. Just after the sunset, which is between 7 and 10 pm, hundreds of birds descend from the sky, plummeting to their deaths by crashing into building and trees. No one knows what is making birds descend from the sky. Locals believe that there is an evil spirits living in the skies were responsible for bringing down the birds. Scientists say that the birds are generally disoriented by the monsoon fog. So they are attracted by the village lights and fly towards them, sometimes hitting walls and trees during the descent.

Check out Birds suicide 

2Dragon, Triangle

Japanese refers this mysterious sea area as ‘The sea of Devil’. It is a region of the Pacific around Miyake Island, about 100 km south of Tokyo. Reports of bright lights, volatile and sudden weather changes, unexplained sudden ocean swells, whirlpools, thick fogs, and storms coincide with disappearances of maritime vessels, aircraft, and tales of drifting, crewless ghost ships.

In 1200’s Mongolian Emperor Kublai Khan made two unsuccessful attempts to take over Japan. But both attempts failed on the trip through these waters and over 40,000 crewmen were lost in the first attempt alone in the area of the triangle. By the late 1940’s, a number of ships being lost without a trace in the region lead to the Japanese government to declare this area as “Danger Zone”.

To know what is happening in Dragon triangle, the Japanese government sent the 100 scientists from Kaio Maru No.5 (Research Vessel). No one returned home, Japan aborted the study. Some consider Dragon Triangle as the gateway to another parallel universe. Check out Dragon Triangle Documentary 

1Bermuda Triangle 

This is one of the most mysterious places in the world and also described as Devil’s Triangle. It’s a western part of the North Atlantic Ocean. Three points which connect the Bermuda triangle is Florida, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda. It’s quietly large area covering 440,000 miles of sea.

Do you know what happens in Bermuda triangle? Within the last 100 years, around 1000 lost their lives. Every year, averagely 4 aircraft and 20 ships go missing without any evidence when they fly on above the Bermuda Triangle. Why? Even scientists are still looking to figure out what is happening there.

A pilot Bruce Gernon claims he lost 28 minutes after flying through a cloud tunnel in Bermuda triangle and some experienced electronic fog, which can be a time travel tunnel too. One of the biggest and famous incidents recorded is the bomber of US Navy was disappeared in 1945 when they were flying above the Bermuda triangle for some mission. The last communication from the pilot of the flight to the radio operators received that compass not working. Later the communication was lost and the plane went mission from radars. The three planes that went to rescue them also disappeared. Still, US government trying to find out the debris of the planes that went missing and no success yet.

Christopher Columbus also mentioned about the Bermuda triangle in one of his Journal that inside the triangle the ship’s compass stopped working and claims that he has seen a fireball in the sky. To know more check out Bermuda Triangle Video Here.

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