5 Mysterious Places That Even Science Can’t Explain!

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5. THE DEVIL’S SEA

Devil's Sea

Also known like the Dragon’s Triangle is one of the 12 Vile Vortices, which is located near the Japanese coast in the Pacific Ocean. Vile Vortex is an area where the pull of the planet’s electromagnetic waves is the strongest. The Devil’s sea is a triangle between Japan and the Islands of Bonin, including a major portion of the Philippine Sea. It is also called as the Pacific Bermuda Triangle as it lies exactly opposite to the Bermuda Triangle and is noted for similar paranormal phenomena. Here the ships and planes have disappeared mysteriously. Many have seen ghosts’ ships in the sea. The Japanese therefore call it the Sea of the Devil (Ma-no Umi).

One from the many things that happen is the research vessel sent by Japanese government in 1952. The “Kaio Maru no.5” job was to investigate the mysteries in the Devil’s Sea. Naturally, of course, the ship and the crew of 31 people were never seen again. The Japanese officials said that they receive SOS signal but they couldn’t locate the vessel.

The other several boats were small fishing boats lost between April 1949 and October 1953 somewhere between Miyake Island and Iwo Jima, a distance of 1,200 kilometres(750 mi).

Since then the area is considered a danger zone by the Japanese fishing authorities.

4. BIGELOW RANCH

Bigelow ranch

Formerly known as Skinwalker Ranch and Sherman Ranch, is a property located in northwest Utah and its known by the mysterious happening there. The place have been documented for over many years by George Knapp and Colm A. Kelleher and in their book they said that they saw or investigated evidence of close to 100 incidence that include vanishing and mutilated cattle, sightings of unidentified flying objects or orbs, large animals with piercing red eyes that they say were not injured when struck by bullets, and invisible objects emitting destructive magnetic fields.

All this started when pair of ranchers named Terry and Gwen Sherman bought the place in 1994. The first day they moved on the property they sow large wolf out in the pasture. They even went to pet the wolf as it seemed tame in the beginning. It was docile with the Sherman’s, but ended up grabbing the calf by the snout through the bars of its yard.

When Terry shot at the wolf with pistol, the bullets had no effect. It finally left after Terry brought out the shotgun, though even that didn’t do any actual damage. The Sherman’s tried to track the wolf, but it’s tracks stopped abruptly as if it had vanished.

And that was just the beginning. It got so bad that the Sherman’s actually sold their property to Robert Bigelow in 1996, the founder of National Institute for Discovery Science, who wanted to study the mysterious surrounding the ranch.

Bigelow owns the ranch to this day and NIDS keeps tight lid on their findings.

3. SAN LUIS VALLEY

Dolina-San-Luis valley

Located in southern Colorado, is an area with inexplicable phenomena including UFO sightings and hundreds of unexplained farm animal mutilations. UFO sightings are so common that a women named Jody Messolline has even setup a UFO watchtower on her property, which has witnessed over 50 UFO sightings since 2000 alone. Some of there are observed by dozens of people at a time.

Far more chilling then the UFO are the tales of animal mutilation from the region. All began in 1967, with a hose named Snippy. Snippy was found one morning with her brain missing, and her neck bones completely cleaned. Since then, hundreds of inexplicable animal mutilations have occurred in the region sharing several things in common – firstly, there is never a trace of blood around the animals, and secondly, the animals are all damaged with precise cuts, which makes clear that is not work of predators. Finally, all of the mutilations happen overnight on a totally healthy creatures.

Some farmers report seeing strange lights in the sky the nights before finding a carcass, leading some to believe that extraterrestrials are involved. Investigations into the incidents haven’t wielded any results, yet they continue to this day.

2. BENNINGTON TRIANGLE

Bennington triangle

This one is found in southwestern Vermont, and is the site of a string of mysterious disappearance between 1945 – 1950, related in now way but geographic location.

These include: Middle Rivers, 75 years old, was out leading a group of hunters on November 12, 1945. On their way back, he got ahead of his group and was never seen again. Only a single rifle shell found in a stream was recovered as evidence.

Paula Weiden was and 18 year old student of Bennington College who was out hiking on December 1, 1946. She never returned and no trace of her was ever found.

Exactly three years later on December 1, 1949, a veteran named James Tetford  was taking a bus back to his home at the Bennington Soldier’s Home, returning from a visit with relatives. Witnesses sow him on the bus the stop before this, but when the bus arrive at the destination he was nowhere to be seen. His luggage was still on the bus.

Eight years old Paul Jepson disappeared on October 12, 1950, while his mother was feeding the pigs. Despite having a highly visible red jacket, none of the search parties formed were able to find the boy.

1. BRIDGEWATER TRIANGLE

BRIDGEWATER TRIANGLE

Is an area of about 200 square miles, located in southeastern Massachusetts, just south of Boston.

Among other things, the area has been subject to numerous cryptozoological sightings. Since 1970’s there have been several reports of tall, hairy, ape-like creatures roaming the swamp. There have also been numerous sightings of Thunderbirds, giant Pterodactyl – like creatures that have been seen fighting in midair. In 1976 there was a report of a man who saw a giant, ghostly, red-eyed dog rip the throats out of two of his ponies.

Besides these cryptids, there have been numerous reports of mutilated animals (mainly cows and calves) in the region. Some credit these mutilations to satanic cults, but no one has forward and no one even knows where the animals came from.

As if all this weren’t enough, the Bridgewater Triangle is hotbed of UFO sightings, dating all the way back to 1760, when a “sphere of fire” was reportedly seen hovering over New England. Since then there have been numerous sightings of unexplained objects in the sky – including mysterious black helicopters. One from 1976 describes two UFO’s landing along Route 44 near the city of Taunton, and another from 1994 recounts a strange triangular object with red and white lights seen by a Bridgewater Law Enforcement Officer. In 1908 on Halloween night, two undertakers who were traveling to Bridgewaters noticed in the sky what looked like a “giant lantern”. They watched it for almost 40 minutes.


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