The Loch Ness Monster
The first ever mention of Nessie, the Loch Ness monster, dates back to 565 AD. In 1934, Robert Kenneth Wilson took the first photo of the creature, but nobody believed it to be true. People already were suspicious of photos even though things like Photoshop would appear only decades later. A special investigation bureau used everything from infra-red cams to echo sounders to find Nessie, but to no avail. Still, the sightings continue!
The infamous Bermuda Triangle in the North Atlantic Ocean has taken 50 ships and more than 20 planes into its mysterious depths. No one still knows where they’ve gone and what happened to the people on board. There are dozens of theories ranging from UFOs to gigantic rogue waves and even a crack in reality that sucks the ships into a parallel Universe. Some ships come back from time to time, but without the crew or passengers.
Geoglyphs of Nazca
Also known as Nazca Lines, these ancient drawings in the soil are truly huge in size – some are as big as three football fields! One can really appreciate the drawings (and actually understand that it’s a picture and not a random line) only when looking from high up above. This raises the question – how could an ancient civilization make these pictures? And for what purpose? You can appreciate them only when flying on a plane!