bizarre, eerie, and surreal places. It doesn’t matter where you live or where
you’re headed; there’s bound to be an old historical site you could visit that
has a fascinating history and jaw-dropping architecture. Some might just be an
interesting site, but others may have you jumping out of your skin.
buff, a UFO hunter, a conspiracy theorist, or just a regular tourist, there are
several wonderful and weird spots you could indulge in. These places are
shrouded in mystery to this day, which is what makes them better than a regular
tourist attraction. Read on to discover
some of the world’s most mysterious places that even science can’t fully
1. Giza Pyramids, Egypt
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Three different Pharaohs built
the three pyramids in Giza – Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure -between 2550 B.C. and
2490 B.C. The construction techniques used then remain highly controversial and
mysterious, as this was a time when neither the wheel nor any iron tools had
been invented. So how did ancient Egyptians manage to carry and stack millions
of stone blocks weighing over 2 tons each to make these majestic towering
modern technologies, there is no one answer that everybody agrees on. There are
a lot of theories and conspiracies surrounding the methods used, including one
that says aliens are responsible for the advanced engineering techniques. That
one’s not true – but it does make the Pyramids more fun to visit.
2. Eternal Flame Falls, Usa
Chestnut Ridge Park, New York State, is a magical and mysterious place. It
continues to baffle geologists because of a phenomenon that occurs here that
seems to defy laws of nature – which is, that behind the falls is a flame that
has stayed lit for thousands of years.
have hot rocks underneath them that release natural gas and keep a flame
burning. But those conditions don’t exist here, yet it burns. It truly is a
unique place on Earth where water and fire live in harmony.
3. Nazca Geoglyphs, Peru
thousands of enormous geoglyphs created by the ancient Nazca culture between
200 B.C. and 500 A.D. It covers an area of roughly 170 square miles, depicting
exotic birds and animals, as well as other geometric and odd shapes.
nearby high hills, owing to how massive each one is. The longest one, the
pelican, is about 935 ft in length. It continues to baffle researchers and
archaeologists as they try to comprehend why the prehistoric humans went to
such painstaking lengths to etch these figures in the ground.
4. Stonehenge, U.K.
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One of the most mysterious and
fascinating monuments on Earth is a British cultural icon called Stonehenge. It
is a ring of huge megaliths located an hour away from central London. It is
Believed to be erected roughly 5,000 years ago, thousands of burial mounds
speculation surrounding the construction methods used and the actual purpose of
this stone circle. Because several animal and human bones have been dug up near
it, it could mean it served as an ancient burial ground or some other religious
purpose at one point. A lot of theories also suggest some astronomic
significance. No matter the eeriness that surrounds it, it makes for an
5. Bhangarh Fort, India
is one of the most haunted places in India – the Bhangarh Fort. It’s a complex
consisting of a palace, public chambers, and multiple temples which have been
preserved quite well. It is believed that it was built for King Madho Singh by
his father King Bhagwant Das in 1631 but was later cursed by Guru Bala Nath, a
far and wide to experience for themselves the paranormal activity supposedly
associated with the fort. Locals claim to have heard women screaming and
crying, the sound of bangles breaking and eerie music coming from the fort.
Nobody knows if any of this is correct or complete fiction.
6. Magnetic Hill, Canada
magical type of hill which appears to defy laws of gravity. When you’re on the
bottom of the hill, it feels like your vehicle starts to drift upwards as
though it’s moving towards a strong magnet. And if you’re on a cycle and you’re
going downhill, you would struggle to keep moving as you would feel you’re
to explain and imitate this phenomenon, and the most widely accepted theory is
that it’s an elaborate optical illusion created by the mountainous horizon and
landscape, and not really magic. Still, for the uninitiated, it seems like a
totally bizarre phenomenon.
7. Blood Falls, Antarctica
stream of water flowing from Taylor Glacier onto a frozen Lake Bonney. The
peculiar thing about it, as the name suggests, is that it is deep blood-red
colored. At first glance, it looks like a continuously bleeding wound, but
it’s, in fact, the high iron content in the water that’s turning it red.
brine lake that has mixed with iron from the surrounding rocks. When this comes
in contact with air, it changes color to red. It’s not red algae, as was
initially believed. It’s interesting to know about this unique discovery, even though
there are very slim chances that you’ll ever pack the flat roof rack
of your car with winter essentials to head out there.
are as baffling as they are beautiful. The seven wild and mysterious mentioned
above here are examples of just that. Marvel at all the phenomena and wonders
that science has tried so hard to explain but usually failed.