Top 5 Mysterious Places
1) Bermuda triangle
The Bermuda triangle also called the devils triangle . Is an area in the far western part of the Atlantic Ocean. The mystery of the Bermuda triangle is that why have so many ships got vanished under mysterious circumstances. Although, the US navy says that the Bermuda triangle does not exist, researchers have attributed the disappearances to extra terrestrial aliens. However till date nobody can find out the real reason behind this.
Many people believe that there is a huge pyramid inside the Atlantic Ocean which can pull all things into it. For about 500 years, it was named danger region after the disappearances of planes and ships.Till now all ships and planes that have gone past this point have not made it out alive. That is why while deciding routes the planes and ships avoid this course.
2) Bigelow Ranch
Bigelow ranch also known as Sherman Ranch. Skinwalker Ranch is a property located on approximately 1.9 square km southeast of Ballard, Utah that is allegedly the site of paranormal and UFO-related activities. Its name is taken from the skin-walker of Navajo legend.
This property in northwest Utah that is home to countless UFO sightings, animal mutilations, and other strange occurrences. Though mysterious happenings have been documented since the 50’s. Some of the most bizarre stories happened to a pair of ranchers named Terry and Gwen Sherman after they bought it in 1994.
The first day they moved on to the property, they saw a large wolf out in the pasture. They even went to pet the wolf as it seemed tame. It was docile with the Shermans, but ended up grabbing a calf by the snout through the bars of its enclosure. When Terry shot at the wolf with a pistol, the bullets had no effect. It finally left after Terry brought out the shotgun, though even that didn’t do any actual damage. The Shermans tried tracking the wolf, but it’s tracks stopped abruptly as if it had vanished
3) The Devil’s Sea
The Devil’s Sea also known as the Dragon’s Triangle, the Formosa (Taiwan) Triangle and the “Pacific Bermuda Triangle”, is a region of the Pacific around Miyake Island, about 100 km south of Tokyo. The Devil’s sea is sometimes considered a paranormal location, though the veracity of these claims has been questioned. The size and area varies with the report, with various reports placing it 110 km from an unspecified part of Japan’s east coast, 480 km from the coast and even near Iwo Jima, 1,200km from the coast.
One story has it that in 1952 the Japanese government sent out a research vessel, the Kaio Maru No. 5, to investigate the mysteries of the Devil’s Sea. Naturally of course the Kaio Maru No. 5 and its crew of 31 people were never seen again. Another story tells of Kublai Khan’s disastrous attempts to invade Japan by crossing the Devil’s Sea, losing at least 40 000 men in the process.
4) Lake Anjikuni
Not content with just a few individuals disappearing, Lake Anjikuni decided to take things to the next level and provide the locale for the disappearance of an entire village. It all happened in November 1930, when a trapper named Joe Labelle was looking for shelter for the night. Labelle was familiar with the Inuit village, whose population ranges from 30-2000, depending on who you believe. He made his way there and found quite an eerie scene—the villagers were nowhere to be found. Everything else, including food and rifles, had been left behind.
The lake’s shore is notable for rocky outcroppings of the Precambrian Shield, being part of the Hearne Domain, Western Churchill province of the Churchill Craton.
5) Superstition Mountains
The Superstition Mountains are a mountain range located east of Phoenix, Arizona. Already it’s off to a great start with the name.
sometime in the 1800’s a man named Jacob Waltz discovered a huge goldmine within the mountains that has since been dubbed the Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine. He kept the location a secret until his deathbed, upon which he may or may not have told a single person the secret. Regardless, the mine has never been found, in spite of many expeditions. Some say the spirits of people who’ve lost their lives in search of the gold still haunt the mountains.
The legends and lore of the Superstition Mountains can be experienced at the Superstition Mountain Museum on the Apache Trail where artifacts of the Lost Dutchman are on display.