11 Places More Mysterious Than Bermuda Triangle
It’s one of the most terrifyingly fascinating places on our planet. Ships and planes simply vanish, radios and compasses just stop working, and some even say they’ve spotted UFOs there. And it's not the one and only Bermuda Triangle. There are at least 11 other mysterious places. So what are they, and how do they form?
Ivan T. Sanderson, a writer, a biologist, and a huge fan of the paranormal and inexplicable, traveled a lot and recorded his experiences. What caught his attention the most was where the strangest unexplained things kept happening. That is, disappearing ships and whatnot. He was able to map 12 of these places scattered all over the world. But the weird thing is, 6 of them lie almost perfectly in line above the Equator, and the same goes for the 6 below it...
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The Algerian Megaliths 2:14
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The Hamakulia Volcano 4:30
Easter Island 4:59
The South Atlantic Anomaly 5:44
Great Zimbabwe 6:20
The Wharton Basin 6:53
The Loyalty Islands 7:27
The North and South Poles 8:06
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- Besides the paranormal theories of wormholes to another dimension and gates to the underworld, the Bermuda Triangle is really foggy due to methane gas that sometimes makes it impossible for travelers to see, thus making navigation a little tricky too.
- The Algerian Megaliths are an architectural anomaly, showing just how advanced these people were for a time when we didn’t have the technology to help us build stable constructions.
- Mohenjo-Daro in Pakistan goes way back to the Indus Valley Civilization in 2500 BCE. Like in Algeria, this society was, for some reason, surprisingly advanced when it came to building and urban planning.
- Heading further east along the same northern line, we arrive in Japan, where the Dragon’s Triangle, also called the Devil’s Sea, is located. The most astonishing thing about this Vile Vortex is that there’s an underwater city dubbed Japan’s Atlantis.
- Located in the Ring of Fire, the next Vile Vortex is the Hamakulia Volcano in Hawaii. Locals treat it with utmost respect as the volcano is believed to have a mysterious power.
- Now let’s head south of the Equator to one of the most isolated places on this planet: Easter Island in Polynesia. This is where you can find nearly 900 Moai statues created by the Rapa Nui people.
- The South Atlantic Anomaly is a part of Earth where natural radiation flows out of control.
- Another impressive megalith, this time in Zimbabwe. It was once home to around 20,000 people… but it’s now a ghost town.
- Poor Australia has Vile Vortices on both sides. Heading over to the east, there’s the Loyalty Islands. A lot of strange whirlpools were found on this patch of the South Pacific as well as plenty of geologic activity.
- The North and South Poles are on opposite ends of the planet, but they’ve got two things in common: ice and odd disappearances.
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7 Islands No One Wants to Buy Even for $1
Do you ever you dream to own a private island? If you do, you'll probably find this information useful. Have you ever heard that there are whole islands out there that you can purchase for a fraction of the typical price? But the real kicker is that nobody wants to buy them! And there're reasons for that.
Have you ever heard, for example, about Japan's Rabbit Island? They began to thrive and multiply on the island after a chemical weapons plant was closed. And these days, thousands of friendly bunnies will greet you if you decide to pay them a visit!
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- For just 80,000 bucks, you can become the owner of not one but six islands situated on Brazil’s Sao Francisco River. But you’ll be subject to small annual taxes.
- Although Little Rocky Island lies in the Atlantic Ocean, neighboring islands protect it from foul weather. There’s no property on the island, but you can build anything you like there!
- Also known as Terrible Tilly, this island’s nickname speaks for itself. Well, it’s not technically an island in the traditional sense, it’s basically a rock with a single lighthouse on it off the coast of Oregon.
- If you have an extra 40K, you can buy a 1-acre island with a view of picturesque Maine. There’s a little cabin on the island, and you can theoretically build some other property there too if you want.
- You could become the owner of a historic private island on one condition: you have to restore the fort situated on it.
- People typically associate private islands with some sort of tropical paradise. But Canada’s McGibbon Island is nothing like that. Perhaps that explains the super low price tag of 30 grand.
- Welcome to a tiny island off the coast of Tasmania, Australia. This offer is open only for couples, and both partners should be equally eager to go to the island.
- Ōkunoshima Island lies approximately 2 miles off the coast of Japan. From 1929 to 1945, there was a chemical weapons plant on the island that produced poisonous gas.
- Dubbed Battleship Island because it looks like an old half-destroyed battleship, Hashima is located about 9 miles away from Nagasaki. From 1887 to 1974, there was a profitable coal mine on the island.
- Located in Venice, Italy, Lazzaretto Nuovo is also open for tourists but home to nobody. In 1468, the island became a quarantine area for ships that approached the city. This move was meant to protect Venice from the plague.
- Jaco Island belongs to the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste. This island looks like the picture of true paradise: lush green trees, crystal blue waters, and white sand. But his place is uninhabitable.
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Top 10 Caribbean/North Atlantic Islands to Visit in 2019
Need a tropical getaway? A warm vacation? The Caribbean and North Atlantic is for you. Welcome to MojoTravels and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the Top 10 Caribbean and North Atlantic Islands to Visit in 2019.
For this list, we’re taking a look at Caribbean islands that tourists should consider for their 2019 vacation destination. We’ll be taking recent hurricanes into account, as they’ve sadly left parts of the Caribbean devastated. Even in the wake of tragedy, though, the Caribbean remains a cornucopia of culture that everybody should visit at least once.
8: Saint Lucia
7: Sint Maarten
5: Puerto Rico
4: Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
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Look on these works, ye Traveler . . . and wonder. Welcome to MojoTravels, and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 mysterious place to visit. For this list, we're looking at the world’s most exciting and enigmatic travel destinations.
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9: Plain of Jars, Laos
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6: Stonehenge, England
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4: Easter Island, Chile
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The Scariest Places of Google Earth
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Is it your dream to travel to the four corners of the globe, but just don't have the cash? Don't worry! Just download Google Earth! You can visit the whole world right from your couch. However, be warned, there are some scary places out there!
1) Pripyat Village, Ukraine
This village suffered the most cruel and saddest ending. It's heartbreaking to see pictures of this lonely and abandoned ghost town. But if we glide in from above in Google Earth it's almost even more breathtaking. This area will never be the same.
2) Linfen city, China
This is known as the most polluted city in the world. It's a fully industrialized city without environmental controls where people die very young from cancer and other fatal illnesses. The smog is so dense it obscures most of the images on Google Earth.
3) The Devil's Face, Atlanta
In one of the most religious places in the U.S.A. suddenly, one day a malicious face could be perceived in the surrounding area. Could it just have been a coincidence? Probably. But, in any case, it was really scary and suspicious. People in the area modified the terrain to, literally, erase it from the face of the Earth.
4) The Cave of Antarctica, Antarctica
This is a huge cave that nobody has been able to explore yet. The thing is that its entrance is so strange that rumors say it was built by aliens to hide their ships. And there's also another one that is suspected to be a German army base built back in the 1940's where they performed secret experiments.
5) The Blood Lake, Iran
One morning this normal lake was suddenly completely blood red. Some thought that it was maybe due to high pollution levels and sediment resting in the lake. However the surrounding lakes were clear, so it didn't add up. The other terrifying conclusion is that the surrounding slaughterhouses began dumping their waste into it creating this huge lake of blood.
6) Censored Places
The world is full of nuclear power plants, some of them outside of city limits. However, we can't see them on Google Earth because they are completely censored. Who knows what other secrets our governments are keeping from us?
7) Chittagong Port, Bangladesh
Also known as Hell on Earth. (Monkey of Doom) This is the most polluted place on Earth. It's a ship graveyard where vessels from all around the world are brought to be dismantled. However, it's so polluted that the sea is full of fuel and oil, the air is toxic, and people live inside the old ships, with a very low life expectancy. It's like something out of an apocalyptic movie.
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10 Things Not to Do in Bermuda
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Bermuda is an archipelago of 138 islands that are covered in pink, sandy beaches; specialty shopping; world-class cuisine; and beautiful golf courses. You might be eager to visit it, but take into account these 10 things NOT to do in Bermuda.
1. Don’t Try to Rent a Car
If you’re hoping you’ll be able to rent a car to zip around one of the islands, you’ll be out of luck. Bermudan law makes it illegal to operate a car without a Bermudan driver’s license.
2. Don’t Rent a Motorbike
If it’s your first time on one of these scooters, you might want to think it twice. Many local bus and taxi operators tend to exceed the speed limits on the roads, and they often switch lanes without any warning.
3. Don’t Forget to Try a Swizzle
This tasty concoction is made with Gosling’s Black Seal rum, Gosling’s Gold rum, pineapple juice, orange juice, grenadine, and Angostura bitters. A swizzle is then spun rapidly between your hands and inside the cocktail to give it a thick layer of frost.
4. Don’t Visit the Pink Sand Beaches
One of the most talked about attractions in Bermuda is its pink sand beaches. If you want to enjoy some peace and quiet on a less-hectic coastline, check out the quiet beach on Warwick Long Bay located on Bermuda’s South Shore instead.
5. Don’t Visit on a Tight Budget
You really shouldn’t expect to receive a discount on anything in Bermuda. Since everything has to be imported in, it’s all marked up to insanely high prices.
6. Don’t Touch the Portuguese Man of War
It’s known to float above the surface of the water. Below their purple bladders, they have polyps which contain long tentacles ranging from 30-150 feet long. They can inject venom, and in some cases, it can be fatal.
7. Don’t Stop by Royal Navy Dockyard
Adjacent to the cruise port, this area is full of expensive restaurants and pricey shops. However, if you travel just a few miles more, you’ll find more shops and restaurants that have decent prices.
8. Don’t Book a Budget Hotel
Many people advise visitors to stay at a bed and breakfast instead. The accommodations will be much cheaper, and if you’re traveling with a large group, a B&B will be less expensive per person.
9. Don’t Stay Off the Beaten Path
The islands are so spread out that it’s difficult to make your way from one end to the other. Far from the central locations, many buses stop infrequently, and a lot of the routes end around 7 PM every night. After that, there would only be expensive taxis.
10. Don’t Be Afraid of Sharks
There’s really no need to fear them. The two most common, Galapagos and Dusky sharks, don’t come very close to the shore. And, they’re relatively harmless. Bermuda is known for having a low amount of shark attacks.
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Bermuda Island Tour 4K
Have you ever been to Bermuda? The island has a lot to offer and we did not miss the opportunity to explore the most beautiful spots. Highlights of our tour included a visit to the Port Royal Golf Course, the many beautiful little hidden beaches, the longest sandy beach Horseshoe Bay, the capital Hamilton and the iconic St. George's, the Crystal Cave, the great view from Gibbs Hill Lighthouse and the Tourist magnet Royal Naval Dockyard. Impressive were also the many colorful houses in the Caribbean style and the many small islands and bays.
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Bermuda is an excellent group of small islands to visit! To many people's surprise, it's located off of the east coast of the United States and is not south of Florida in the Caribbean. The preferred method for transportation in Bermuda is motorcycle or scooter. Locals are only allowed to have one car per household and all cars on the islands are very compact in size. The food is excellent and the weather is incredible. The water is so clear and colorful that it looks fake. Definitely eat Bermudian Fish Chowder while in Bermuda and drink a rum swizzle! Confidence in riding a motorcycle or scooter is not a must (there are plenty of taxis) but it's definitely the most exciting and inexpensive way to explore the islands. For about $7 US worth of gas, one should be able to ride from one tip of the island to the other at least once without having to gas up. I strongly suggest renting a scooter from Oleander cycles and stopping everywhere that looks interesting. The locals are friendly and it's a safe place to explore. Some of the most popular spots are Horseshoe Bay, Elbow Beach, Hamilton, St. George's and the Royal Naval Dockyards. I recommend visiting all of these places but some of the less heard of places like Shelly Bay are some of the best spots! Also, be sure to tour the Crystal Caves. Oh and don't forget to wear a shirt while riding a scooter. I wanted to get a little extra tan while riding but was told that it's illegal to ride a motorcycle or scooter in Bermuda with no shirt! Also, for snorkeling or diving, the Constellation & Montana shipwrecks are spectacular! We're not divers but snorkeled over the shipwrecks and could see everything. The Bermudian fried onion rings are excellent too! This video was filmed in 1080P HD with a Panasonic Lumix TS3 camera.
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#5: St. George Island - Set amidst a gorgeous setting, enjoy its quaint nature and colorful houses.
#4: St. Patrick's Church - a historical landmark with origins dating back to the early 17th century
#3: Beaches - Tranquil pink beaches with turquoise blue waters of Bermuda are known worldwide
#2: Crystal and Fantasy Caves - Go down over a hundred feet to explore subterranean caves that nature created millions of years ago
#1: Hamilton - It is the epicenter of Bermuda. When you are here, you realize why Bermuda is amongst the world's most beautiful places.
Cruise Ship in Bermuda Triangle Storm
This video was shot on the last day of our Caribbean cruise aboard the Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas cruise ship in which it encountered very rough seas when the ship passed through the Bermuda Triangle. The Bermuda Triangle storm didn't make anyone on board nervous because the Allure of the Seas is the largest cruise ship in the world and can easily handle these common Caribbean storms.
On the topic of the Bermuda Triangle… Some scientists now believe that the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle may be solved. Hexagonal clouds creating intense 170 mph “air bomb” winds are perhaps be to blame for an alarming number of disappearing ships and planes. What do you think?
8 places to visit in Bermuda
The beauty of having friends around the world is that they become your private tour guides. ;) I had the pleasure to visit these two beauties last October 2017 in the hopes to beat my best friend Samantha and her husband at our Halloween Costume Competition. I think we dominated that night because everyone wanted to take a picture with Yoda.
Now here are 8 places you should visit in Bermuda:
1) Admiralty House Park
2) Fort Hamilton
3) Southlands Beach
4) Southlands Estate
5) Gibbs Hill Lighthouse
6) St. Georges (unfinished church)
7) Grape Bay
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10 Best Family Resorts in Bermuda
Bermuda is known for its pink-sand beaches and rocky coves. For fun and relaxation, this place must be part of your family vacation bucket list.
Whether you want to explore an oceanside trail or visit amazing art museums or go on history tours, you will never run out of enjoyment in this destination.
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Top things to do in Bermuda // 2018
From September 2nd thru 9th, Amber, Nate, Ty & I went on a cruise to Bermuda. Last year we learn what to do and not to do, so we were able to utilize our time on the island to the fullest. This time, we truly saw the whole island and in the process fell in love with it all over again.
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