Strange Things Found In The Most Unexpected Places

by Rick Roberts
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Despite the fact that the world seems to have few secrets for humans, it still happens that a mysterious discovery is occasionally made. Often this happens by chance and also in places that few people know …

For example, when this Bosnian man found a gigantic rock in the woods around his home, which turned out to be almost perfect. According to researchers, the 3-meter-wide stone bullet could have been made by an unknown civilization who lived in the area more than 1,000 years ago …

The ‘Pyramid of the Prairie’ stands alone in a desolate place in the American state of North Dakota. This strange building was once an important stronghold in the Cold War and served as a military base. The complex was built in the mid-1970s and cost no less than 5.4 billion (!) Euros.

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The Katskhi Pillar is a 40 meter high limestone rock that is located in the Georgian village of Katskhi. In the past, the high, natural pillar was a place of worship and it was called “the pillar of life.” Already in the 4th century this was a beloved place for monks who like to sit or stand on the top to pray. There they felt closer to God.

A few years ago the Argentinian Jose Antonio Nievas made a special discovery in a riverbank near the South American city of Buenos Aires . It looked like a huge shield that possibly came from a Glyptodontidae, a prehistoric type of armadillo that has been extinct for some 10,000 years. The black scaly shield lay ‘hidden’ in a mud pool …

The Havasu Falls is a hidden gem in the United States. The waterfall is located in the state of Arizona, in the famous Grand Canyon. It is almost impossible to get around, there is first a walk of about 13 kilometers in advance where you have to walk through various gorges . The beautiful 37-meter high natural phenomenon is on the grounds of the Havasupai Indians.

There is a strange sculpture in the Atacama desert in Chile . A huge hand looms out of the sand, far away from civilization. The symbolism of the 11-meter-high sculpture is twofold because it represents both human suffering and the vast emptiness of the desert …

A few years ago, researchers discovered a mass grave in the same desert in Chile containing no fewer than forty dead whales. How the animals came to an end millions of years ago was a mystery. The five million-year- old skeletons were uncovered along the length of two football fields in one of the driest places in the world …

Although the English king Richard the Third died as early as 1485, the body of the royal was not found more than 500 years later. Under a parking lot in the British city of Leicester, the remains of the unfortunate king (who is also called one of the worst kings of England) were found in 2013

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