Mysterious places around the world – You won’t have to look far to find some natural peculiarity for which science sometimes offer a theory. However, many places are the complete enigma.
Getting to these locations is often difficult; sometimes you will find that you really don’t want to be there – depending on whether you believe the rumors of ghosts and aliens.
Scientists keep looking for answers and are often surprised by the obscurities they find.
so here’s the list of Top 7 mysterious places around the world
1. Area 51, Southern Nevada USA
This comes in no 1 because of reason because its mystery related to the human world and human researchers. This is the mysterious place of USA.
Secret Military Base, famously known as Area 51.
It is said to be the home to a captured fleet of alien flying saucers and alien bodies – after the infamous Roswell UFO crashed in 1947.
There have been theories that aliens and their wrecked craft were taken to Area 51 for examination and that scientists have managed to set up future meetings in the desert with other alien life-forms.
Although none of the theories have been proved to be true.
People also speculate that weather control, secret weapons, time travel and teleportation have also being developed in this area.
For years, US govt denied the existence of Area 51, until December 8, 2013, when President Obama made an offhand comment about Area 51, becoming the first President to publicly acknowledge its existence.
2. The Bermuda Triangle
It’s the second mysterious place in the world because its mystery will frighten you and it’s related to some of the movie situations.
Racetrack Playa mystery will not scare you but its looks like interesting and we are eager to know the reason behind this mystery. This is the mysterious place of California
Some of these rocks weigh several hundred pounds. That makes the question: “How do they move?” a very challenging one.
Located in a remote valley between the Cottonwood and Last Chance Ranges, Racetrack Playa is a place of spectacular beauty and mystery.
The Racetrack is a dry lakebed, best known for its strange moving rocks. It looks like they “sailed” through the valley.
“Although no one has actually seen the rocks move, the long meandering tracks left behind in the mud surface of the playa attest to their activity,” according to the NPS
4. Magnetic Hills, Moncton, New Brunswick.
Be very careful if you choose to drive to the bottom of this iconic hill.Stories about what happens there have been around since the early 1900s. As impossible as it sounds, your car will start to “roll” uphill. “And it doesn’t just work on cars – vans, trucks and even tour buses roll upward in total defiance of natural law,” according to Tourism New Brunswick.
Drive to the bottom of this world-famous hill, take your foot off the brake and be prepared to be amazed. Your car will roll uphill in total defiance of natural law, even as your brain is telling you it’s simply not possible! This attraction is a completely natural phenomenon – unique to this area. Is it magnetic, an illusion, or gravitational mystery? You decide!
5. Relampag Del, Catatumbo, Ologa, Venezuela
So that’s an another one ‘mysterious places around the world’. This place is lightning and sounding too much creates unbelievable noise and makes a fearful moment at night sight.
Thanks to its humidity, its elevation and the clash of winds from the mountains and the sea, the southwestern corner of Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela has the world’s highest frequency of lightning activity (250 flashes per square kilometer per year).More than 200 nights per year, with peaks in May and October, lightning flashes fill the sky — sometimes 25 or more flashes per minute. To put that in perspective: The National Weather Service classifies anything over 12 strikes per minute as “excessive.” Named for the Catatumbo River, which flows from Colombia into Lake Maracaibo, the Relampago de Catatumbo, or Catatumbo Lighting, has become a highlight for travelers who spend their nights wide awake and wide-eyed watching the spectacle.
6. Moeraki Boulders, New Zealand
Moeraki boulders means stone. The mystery about these stones is how they formed into this interesting look.
Large spherical boulders — some measuring 12 feet in circumference — are scattered on Koekohe Beach on the east coast of New Zealand’s South Island. They formed millions of years ago on the ancient sea floor, collecting and hardening sediment and minerals around a core such as a fossil or a shell similar to the way oysters form pearls.They’re not the world’s only examples of what geologists call septarian concretions. You can also visit the Koutu Boulders near Hokianga Harbour on the northwestern coast of New Zealand’s North Island, for example. Yet the Moeraki Boulders are some of the world’s largest. The particulars of their origin and what caused the distinctive cracks inside them are still being studied.
7. Pamukkale, Turkey
Today, you can see remnants of the baths at the ancient holy city of Hierapolis, but it’s the stunning terraces, cliffs and petrified white waterfalls of Pamukkale – Turkish for “Cotton Palace” — that give it remarkable natural beauty.