Stonehenge at dawn

Four of the World’s Most Mysterious Places

There are some places that radiate an otherworldly vibe that will leave you wondering about the secrets they hold. Imagine taking a Stonehenge dawn tour or watching stones move across a lake bed that has been dry for years.These are just some of the enchanting and surreal experiences that you can find as you explore some of the most mysterious places in the world. And here are just a few of them.

Aokigahara (Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan)
Also known as the Sea of Trees, Aokigahara is a vast and dense forest that stretches to about 13.5 square miles. It is also called The Suicide Forest where many people have chosen to die. Over the years, it has been known as one of the world’s top suicide destinations. But more than its reputation as a suicide destination the forest itself has a strangeness that adds to the mystery surrounding it. It is the kind of place where you can easily get lost. And it has a sense of stillness so profound that the quiet seems to vibrate on its own.

Bermuda Triangle (Atlantic Ocean)
Puerto Diablo
The Bermuda Triangle, which is also often referred to as the Devil’s Triangle, is an area located somewhere between Bermuda, Puerto Rico, and Florida. The said area that forms the mysterious triangle has been a site of mysterious disappearances and maritime accidents. Over the years, several studies have been made to explain the mysteries surrounding it. But while some explanations have been found to shed light on the strange phenomena, Bermuda Triangle remains to be a mystery for many.

Racetrack Playa (Death Valley, California)
Racetrack Playa
The Racetrack Playa is a dry lake located in the Death Valley National Park. And it is on the stretch of this lake bed that the mysterious sailing stones can be seen. Here the rocks move, seemingly on their own, and leave tracks on the lake bed’s surface.

Stonehenge (Wiltshire, England)
Stonehenge at dawn
Stonehenge is one of the best-known wonders of the world. This prehistoric monument dates back to the Neolithic age or roughly 5,000 years ago. It is an awe-inspiring sight. And the how and why it was built are among the biggest mysteries surrounding it.

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