– Most places on Earth are explainable.
But truly knowing andunderstanding how some places
came to be and, forsome, what exists there,
is so confusing that literallyno one can explain it.
The following are such places.
Here are the 10 mostmysterious places on Earth.
Number 10 is the McMurdo Dry Valleys.
Located in Victorialand, Antarctica,
the McMurdo Dry Valleyspossess a snow-free landscape
due to the low humidity and mountains
which block the flow of ice from glaciers.
One of the coldest places on Earth,
McMurdo Dry Valleys are considered to be
one of the world’s most extreme deserts. Incredibly,
it’s the first place visited
by human beings that is completely
without any active microbial life.
But what’s most mysterious about it is that many experts believe
that the valleys are very similar to the conditions that are on Mars.
Number nine is the Monolith of Uluru.
A place considered sacredby a local aboriginal tribe,
the Uluru is a mysteriouslandmark in the southern part
of Northern Territoryin central Australia.
The Uluru is considered aninselberg, or island mountain,
in that it’s a giant mass of sandstone
climbing over 348 metersinto the sky but is somehow
surrounded by flat lowlandsin every direction.
Those flying over the monolith are
treated to a view of a colossal rock
that appears to be sinking into the earth.
Given the terrain,
it’s very odd that such a mountainous formation formed,
and no one knows how it got there or who put it there.
Number eight is Mount Roraima.
Considered to be one of the Earth’s oldest geological formations,
Mount Roraima is definitelynot your typical mountain as,
instead of rising up to a
peak that points at the sky,
Roraima rises almost straightup a huge flat plateau
over 400 meters off the ground.
Situated on the triple borderpoint of Brazil, Guyana,
and Venezuela, the most mysterious thing
about this area isn’t the odd plateau.
It’s actually the amount ofodd life that exists there,
including flora and fauna,
much of which cannot be foundanywhere else in the world.
Number seven is Mount Sanqingshan.
Located in Jiangxi Province in China,
this mountain is known by many
as the Garden of the Gods
and is considered sacred in Taoism,
an ancient Chinese religion.
The area is famous for the many natural,
oddly shaped granitepillars that stand there,
as well as its large number
of different plant and animal species,
as well as the mists which linger about it
for around 200 days each year.
But the oddest and most unexplainable part
of this mountain is the magical calming
it seems to bring people who visit it,
seemingly without explanation.
Number six is Spotted Lake.
Located in the Similkameen Valley in British Columbia, Canada,
Spotted Lake has been regarded as a sacred site
for centuries by the FirstNations of the Okanagan Valley.
The lake often looks lesslike a single body of water,
but instead a number of large puddles,
each one a different shade than the last.
Due to the unique chemical compounds
each spot is made up of,
Spotted Lake is considered a place
where numerous illnessesas well as conditions
can be cured by simplybathing in the right puddle,
something that to this dayscientists have yet to explain.
Number five is Lake Natron.
Lake Natron in Tanzania, Africa,
has a depth of only three meters,
but that shallow water is a pool
that you do not want to swim in.
Due to the surrounding bedrock’s makeup,
the lake is basically an alkaline brine.
It can surpass a pH of 12
and burns away at any creaturethat isn’t adapted to it.
Many of the creatures thatlose their lives in Lake Natron
become blackened statuesof what they once were,
their preserved corpsesfrozen in lifelike positions,
as if they were killed and turned into stone in an instant.
Number four is Skinwalker Ranch.
Named after the witchesfrom the Navajo lore,
Skinwalker Ranch is locatedoutside of Ballard, Utah,
and has been the site ofnumerous supernatural events
dating back over 50 years. Poltergeists,
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UFOs, glowingorbs, demonic creatures,
and even Bigfoot hasbeen encountered there.
And that’s only naming some.
Authors investigating the ranch for a book
claim that they had evidence of over 100 supernatural events there,
including disappearances, mutilations,
and even encounters with creatures
that bullets failed to harm.
Number three is Superstition Mountains.
Situated to the east of Phoenix, Arizona,
the Superstition Mountains get their name
from the various dangersand supernatural elements
encountered by those who brave them,
including unsettling sounds and something
that makes people disappear.
Legend has it that hidden within the rock
is the Lost Dutchman’sMine, a trove of gold.
Every year, four to fivehikers either die or go missing
while exploring theSuperstition Mountains,
many of them looking for a treasure but finding a terrible fate instead.
Number two is the Moguicheng Desert.
Located in the Xinjiang region in China,
the Moguicheng is apart of the Gobi Desert
and is full of beautifulmounds of sand and stone
that resemble ancientstrongholds and creatures.
But with that beautycomes unsettling mystery,
as it’s not the visual wondersthat the area’s known for.
It’s actually the sounds often heard
while wandering through it.
Visitors have reported hearing light bells
and soft guitar on nice days,
while storms bring with itdarker sounds like screams, crying,
and the angry roarsof a demonic creature.
And number one is the Bermuda Triangle.
Often referred to by itsmore sinister moniker,
the Devil’s Triangle, the Bermuda Triangle is a three-sided zone
in the western Atlantic Ocean,
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within which a number of people, ships,
and aircraft havedisappeared without a trace.
The three points of the invisible triangle
are at Miami, Florida;San Juan, Puerto Rico;
and the island of Bermuda.
Potential explanations have been offered
for the truly mysterious disappearances,
including paranormal activity
and extraterrestrial encounters.
So 10 of the mostmysterious places on Earth,
but the question is,
would you yourself ever go to one of these places?
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