A look at the world's lowest rated mysterious places-
There is nothing more nerve-wracking than exploring a place full of mysteries, horrifying events and unexplained events and, if you are someone who loves exploring such destinations, then our planet is full of such surreal sites. And no, we won't tell you about places you already know, like the Bermuda Triangle or Nazca Lines in Peru or Area 51, USA.
Let us take you on a virtual tour of some of the most mysterious places in the world.
Uluru (Ayers Rock) in Australia has always attracted travelers with an adventurous streak. It is basically a huge block of sandstone rock, which resembles the upper shell of a tortoise. This is a great place to visit and attract history buffs in search of prehistoric evidence. This place is also the origin of the Aborigines of Australia.
Banff Springs Hotel, Canada
Fans of Stanley Kubrick's The Shining should be widely aware of Canada's (infamous) Banff Springs Hotel. The hotel is a hotbed of unexplained mysteries, ghost stories and bizarre incidents. According to locals, a family was murdered in cold blood in room number 873 and the hotel is now haunted by their spirits. Many speak of re-appearing doormen who, when spotted, disappear into thin air.
Stonehenge is a 5000-year-old construction in England that has long held secrets and magic. It is a globular group of massive megalith stones originally made of unique bluestone material. It is believed that this unique bluestone is found only on the Presley Hills of Pembrokeshire, which is about 322 km away in Wales. So, the mystery here is, how did the Neolithic foxes transport such massive rocks all the way and what was their purpose for making it? No one knows.
Roswell in New Mexico is the hub of alien conspiracy theories. In 1947, this small American town came into limelight when a farm worker informed local officials that he was repeatedly colliding with the debris of a flying saucer accident.
Kodinhi – Village of Twins, India
Now who can explain this very strange phenomenon? Kodinhi is a small village in Kerala, located about 35 km from Calicut. About 2000 families live in this beautiful South Indian village and almost every family has twins. Since 1949, the village is famous for its inexplicable number of twins. Since then, the number has grown tremendously with each passing year and as per the recent records, there are 200 twins in this village. No doctor or scientist could solve it.
Kamakhya Devi Temple, India
Kamakhya Devi is a beautiful hill temple located in the northeastern Indian state of Assam. It is one of the Shakti Peethas (the place where the body parts of Goddess Sati fell on the earth) in India, where Goddess Kali is worshipped. Legend has it that the Kamakhya temple is built on the spot where the vagina or vagina of Sati fell. Every year a very mysterious incident happens in the temple for three days in a particular month. It is believed that the goddess undergoes her menstrual cycle and the water of the Brahmaputra river flowing near the temple turns red with her blood.
Highgate Cemetery, England
London's Highgate Cemetery is definitely a place for daredevils. Centuries-old angel figures in the middle of the garden, laughing gargoyles, and endless rows of tombstones are enough to terrify any brave-hearted person. Blood-sucking vampires are believed to lurk here after sunset, but no one who dared to go inside survived to tell the truth.
Great Blue Hole, Belize
The place has long attracted divers and underwater explorers for its unexplained phenomena. The world's largest sinkhole, measuring 1000 feet (304 m) and 400 feet (122 m) deep. It is one of the most mysterious and unexplored underwater sites on Earth.
Devil's Bridge, Germany
One of the world's most second-world masterpieces is the Rakotzbrück or Devil's Bridge. Located in the beautiful Cromlauer Park, this semi-circle bridge is so incredibly beautiful that people say it was built by the devil himself, and that's why it has such a name. In addition, several supernatural events have been reported here.
Crooked Forest, Poland
Weird Polish starts with the name of the city itself, which is quite unpronounceable. The city of Szczecin in Poland is a stone throw from the border with Germany, and is known for a bizarre forest that is home to 400 pine trees, which are oddly bent (about 90 degrees at the trunk). There has been a long debate on what is the reason for this unusual phenomenon.