Top 10 Mysterious Places That Actually Exist in the World.
1. THE BOILING RIVER
Although the Amazon rainforest is a place where the border between truth and fiction appears to blend into obscurity, as scientists politely dig deeper into this mysterious bush, some of the Amazon’s most outlandish stories are turning out to be genuine.
2. NEVER-ENDING LIGHTNING STORM
There is a storm that rages continually near the mouth of the Catatumbo River, with an average of 250 lightning strikes each hour. This phenomenon has been occurring for generations, and it is so large that it can be observed from a distance of up to 250 miles (400 kilometers).
3. THE HUM OF TAOS
Even though unexplainable noises are nothing new, the residents of the little hamlet of Taos have been perplexed by a strange hum that can be heard across the whole community for years. The noise was brought to the attention of Congress for the first time in 1993 by a group of concerned citizens in the area.
4. THE CIRCLES OF NAMIBIA
For a number of years, researchers have been attempting to determine the source of these circular pieces of land. They are described as “fairy circles,” and their widths range from five to 130 feet, with the ability to see them clearly requiring a bird’s-eye perspective.
5. THE SLEEPING CITY OF KALACHI
The residents of the Kazakh town of Kalachi are afflicted with a mysterious illness. They are able to nod off at any point during the day and continue to be unconscious for a number of days. The settlement of Kalachi may be found in Kazakhstan’s Akmola Region, specifically in the Esil District.
6. THE DOUBLE TREE OF CASORZO
This oddity was discovered in Italy and consists of a mulberry tree that has a cherry tree growing on top of it. It is possible that a bird accidentally dropped a cherry tree seed on top of a mulberry tree, but scientists are still unsure how this happened.
7. LAKE KARACHAY
This body of water, which can be found in the southern Ural highlands of Russia, is now the most contaminated site on the whole earth. In 1990, simply standing near the lake for one hour put you at risk of receiving a radiation dosage of 600 roentgen, which is a level that can cause death.
8. MOVILE CAVE.
For the past centuries, this cave in Romania has been cut off from the rest of the world. In 1986, when workers from the Socialist Republic of Romania were looking for a new location to construct a nuclear power plant, the cave was discovered and opened up for the first time.
9. THE HESSDALEN LIGHTS
The lights, which are about the size of a vehicle and may be seen in brilliant shades of white, yellow, or red, can appear both above and below the horizon at the same time. The amount of time that one is able to see them often ranges anywhere from a few seconds to an hour.
10. THE DEVIL’S KETTLE
One side of the waterfall keeps flowing down the river, while the other side drops down into a deep, black pit and disappears into the depths of the earth. Visitors have been mesmerized by the enchantment of this waterfall for years, and some of them have even been known to throw things over the edge in an attempt to follow them.