5 of the Strangest Places in the World
Bermuda Triangle – North Atlantic Ocean
The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, is famous for its mysterious disappearances. Located in between Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico, the place is known for unusual magnetic readings and stories of planes and people gone missing without a trace.
Easter Island (Rapa Nui) – Chile
Remote and isolated, Easter Island is surrounded with mystery with its giant carvings hewn from volcanic rock and the people who created them at the center of it. Nearly a thousand towering statues with faces visible above ground and torsos buried underneath stand like sentinels across the island.
Nazca Lines – Peru
The distinct white lines of various shapes etched on rocks and sand in the desert of Peru remain one of world’s most mysterious wonders. Seen from above, more than 10,000 lines create figures that include animals and plants are clearly visible.
Socotra Island – Yemen
Socotra Island is a place that seems to jump out from a sci-fi novel or film. This remote island boasts of a rich and amazing biodiversity that makes it a haven for some of the rarely-found plant life in the planet.
Stonehenge – England
To this day, the Stonehenge remains a mystery. No one really knows for sure what the prehistoric monument was for and why the ancient site was built. The stone circle is one of the most famous ancient sites in the world.