It is Secret Military Base of The United States Air Force, commonly known as Area 51 located roughly 100 miles (161 kilometers) north of Las Vegas. It is a remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base, within the Nevada Test and Training Range.It has names like Dreamland and nicknames Paradise Ranch, Home Base and Watertown.The purpose of this military base is unknown to the public. Intense secrecy of this military base has caused for many conspiracy theories. There are theories that aliens and their wrecked craft were taken to Area 51 for examination and that scientists have managed to set up future meetings in the desert with other alien life-forms. But none of these theories are not proven to be true. People also thinks that weather control, secret weapons, time travel, and teleportation have also being experimented and tested in this base.
Until December 8, 2013, govt. Denied the existence of such a secret military base. but on that day President Obama Acknowledged its existence.
2. Superstition Mountains
The legends and legend of the Superstition Mountains can be experienced at the Superstition Mountain Museum on the Apache Trail where curious of the Lost Dutchman are in plain view.
Area: East of Phoenix, Arizona.
According to the legend in the 1800s, a German outsider named Jacob Walts found a gold mine in the mountains yet did not talk about the whereabouts of that mine with anybody, until his deathbed, after that he might have told a single individual the mystery.
In spite of the fact that the mine has never been found, even after many endeavors.
It is trusted that the spirits of individuals who’ve lost their lives in these endeavors, still frequent the mountains.
It is additionally trusted that the mine is secured by animals called Tuar-Tums (“Little People”) that live beneath the mountains in hollows and passages. A few Apaches trusted that the passage to damnation is situated in the mountains.
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3. South Atlantic Anomaly
Located in Atlantic Ocean, around 300 kilometers off the bank of Brazil.
Also known as Bermuda Triangle in Space.
A standout amongst the most hazardous territories of radiation ever experienced.
It is a region where the Earth’s internal Van Allen radiation belt comes nearest to the Earth’s surface plunging down to an elevation of 200 km (124 mi).(* clarified beneath)
This spot makes destruction with satellites and shuttles.
Space Astronauts’ on the space crafts told often some of the time crash when they went through the anomaly.
NASA satellites that go in this locale are shut down, or go into SAFE mode to maintain a strategic distance from harm while ignoring the Atlantic in the middle of Brazil and Africa.
Numerous are of the trust that it is the purpose for the accident of Air France flight 447 of June 2009, in which 228 individuals died.
4. Lake Anjikuni
Located in Nunavut, Canada
In mid-1930’s, a fur trapper named Joe Labelle reported that a town close to the lake was abandoned by the villagers. Not even an animal or creature was found in the city.
He searched for a few tenants, yet discovered no one.
He went ahead to check the hotels and found all empty, except strange… some had pots of nourishment as yet hanging above long cool flames; in one cottage he discovered some sealskin dress for a child that was being retouched, the needle string still in it as though essentially put aside.
The houses and stores were open as though that individual just got up and went someplace.
Individuals saw unusual lights on the surface of the lake water at the season of vanishing.
Two extremely peculiar revelations were additionally made:
Around 100 yards from the town, seven dead dogs were found, fixed to some tree stumps.
What’s more, a stone cairn grave had been opened, its stones were re-stacked into two heaps and the body inside was missing.
Later, on examination by specialists, it was inferred that dogs had starved to death( despite the fact that there was a lot of nourishment in the town) and that the town had presumably been betrayed two months past to Labelle’s disclosure, towards the begin of Winter.
Despite the fact that, why the town was relinquished or where its occupants went, has been resolved.
5. The Devil Sea
Area: Pacific sea around the Japanese island of Miyake, around 100 kilometers south of Tokyo.
Otherwise called Dragon’s Triangle as a result of old legends recommending mythical beasts living off the shoreline of Japan.
There has been a ton of suspicious action along this district like many vanishings of boats, ships, and planes.
In 1952, the Japanese Government sent an examination group of 31 individuals. Tragically, the entire group with the ship vanished in the ocean, never to be seen again.
Another story recounts Kublai Khan’s sad endeavors to attack Japan by intersection the Devil’s Sea, losing no less than 40 000 men all the while.
Different theories range from outsiders to entryways to parallel universes, high volcanic action prompting vanishings and even to Atlantis.
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