6 Places More Mysterious Than The Bermuda Triangle!

One of the greatest mysteries in the world is the Bermuda Triangle. A large area in the Atlantic where planes and boats mysteriously disappear Without a Trace. There’ve been thousands of stories to come from the Bermuda Triangle in attempts to explain the strange phenomenon but few offer concrete evidence. But you might be surprised that the bermuda triangle isnt the only crazy location on earth.

The dyatlov pass
If you wanted around the darkest parts of YouTube for long enough you have undoubtedly come across the story of the dyatlov pass. Going on a camping trip after graduating college with some of your best friends sounds like a great idea. That is exactly what 10 students from the Ural Polytechnic University did in 1959. On the morning of February 2nd 1959 the group of students set out On their hike.

The South Atlantic anomaly.
In the South Atlantic regions including much of South America and parts of South Africa there is a belt of cosmic radiation that causes severe interference for our technology. This this is called in Van Allen radiation which is a product of Earth’s magnetic field holding onto charged particles from solarwinds and other Cosmic radiation. These zones in which the particles float are called radiation belts and in the case of the Earth’s belt they are called Van Allen belts as they were discovered by James Van Allen.

The Devil’s Sea.
The Devil’s Sea is sometimes referred to as the Bermuda Triangle of the Pacific. the reason you probably haven’t heard about it is that it is usually only referenced in Japanese culture as it lies just off the coast of Japan 100 km south of Tokyo.

Point Pleasant, West Virginia
West Virginia is a scary place and not just because it’s the meth capital of America. The name Point Pleasant might ring a bell is it was the backdrop for the popular Richard Gere movie, The Mothman Prophecies. The movie was the dramatic retelling of the events that took place in the town of Point Pleasant from November 1966 to December 1967.

Bridgewater Triangle, Massachusetts. Besides sports teams New England has little to offer with the exception of a couple haunted spots. This 200-mile expanse lies in the Southeastern part of the state just a few miles south of Boston. What makes this place so interesting is that it’s famous for Supernatural, extraterrestrial, cryptozoological, and just plain old murderous activity. The Bridgewater Triangle first came to Media attention in the 1970s when people hiking through the forest claim to see reptile like birds that resembled pterodactyls. Just a few years after that another man hiking through the woods claim to see a Savage Hound so large it was able to eviscerate 2 of his horses. On another occasion a different group of people claim to see cult activity in the area.

San Luis Valley, Colorado.
you might remember us mentioning the San Luis Valley in Southern Colorado in a previous video. This was the place where a cattle rancher came out to find almost all of his livestock dead completely skinned alive with some of their organs almost surgically removed. maybe the most interesting part is that many of these animals were bled dry.

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Co-founder & lead investigator of Paranormal Encounters. I’ve experienced the paranormal all my life, having encountered ghosts, angels and demons. I live in a haunted house and when not exploring and researching the unknown, I enjoy single malt Scotch whisky & potato chips (though not necessarily at the same time).