In June of 2016, intrepid Google Maps explorers found what they believed was a sea monster near Antarctica — possibly, they thought, evidence of the legendary Kraken.
In 1946-1947, Admiral Richard E. Byrd, of Hollow Earth fame, spearheaded Operation Highjump, a military training exercise in Antarctica. Many have since claimed that this was actually a cover-up for an alleged mission to destroy the last of the NAZIs.
Google Maps continues to be a great source of bizarre, and often humorous anomalies. Most of which turn out to be far different than you’d first imagine.
If you ever find yourself checking out The Stuart Hotel in Walton, Liverpool, you may think it’s just your ordinary historic pub. Until you look up at the windows.
A simple glitch or weird quirk of the camera can make any simple street scene in Google Maps turn into something out of a nightmare.
A Russian UFO researcher, Valentin Degterev, has found what he believes to be evidence of a wrecked extraterrestrial craft in Antarctica. How’d he find it? While browsing satellite images on Google Maps, of course. He shared the coordinates with the world earlier this week: 80°34’08.4″S 30°05’19.3″W. Click the link to check it out for yourself, …
If you know me, you know that while I’m mostly a skeptic, I don’t really enjoy debunking things. I’m sitting over here like Fox Mulder – I want to believe. I really do. But unlike him, I don’t get to spend every day on world-changing paranormal adventures. No, I just read weird stuff on the …