Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, composed of a ring of standing stones. Its exact purpose and the methods used to construct it are still subjects of debate among scientists and archaeologists.
Also known as the Devil's Triangle, this region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean has been associated with a number of aircraft and ships disappearing under mysterious circumstances.
The Nazca Lines are ancient geoglyphs in the Nazca Desert of southern Peru. These giant drawings depict various animals and shapes, and their purpose and the method of their creation by the ancient Nazca people remain a mystery.
Easter Island is famous for its massive stone statues called Moai. The purpose of these statues, how they were carved, transported, and erected, as well as the reason for the island's ecological collapse, are still debated among scientists.
The construction techniques used for the Great Pyramids, particularly how the massive stones were transported and placed with such precision, remain a topic of mystery and debate among historians and archaeologists.
The Racetrack Playa in Death Valley National Park is known for its moving rocks. These stones, weighing up to hundreds of pounds, seemingly move on their own, leaving tracks behind them.
Situated in the Mapimí Biosphere Reserve in Mexico, this area is known for its electromagnetic anomalies. Radio signals don't work well here, and the reasons behind these phenomena are not fully understood
These circular patches of barren land in the Namibian desert have sparked various theories about their origins, including termite activity, plants competing for water, or even extraterrestrial involvement.