Below are the top five selections of mysterious places to visit on earth. Enjoy! 1. Easter Island FAB-Magazine-5-most-mysterious-places-to-visit.JPG3 Easter Island is off the coast of Chile. Easter Island doesn’t boast of any stories of people disappearing or black magic. It is however the home of warrior statues, some up to 50 feet high. The real question about this island is who carved them and how they got there. What mysterious force do you think made them appear? 2. Mystery Spot Santa Cruz FAB-Magazine-5-most-mysterious-places-to-visit.JPG5 The Mystery Spot is a tourist attraction located near Santa Cruz, California. It opened in 1941. The Mystery Spot is a small area (150 Ft in diameter) in the coastal redwoods of Santa Cruz where laws of gravity and physics seem to be broken. FAB-Magazine-5-most-mysterious-places-to-visit There are many different theories as to why the strange effects of the mystery spot are occurring. However, despite thousands of visitors,professors and television crews there have been no conclusive results as to the true cause of the mystery. Different presentations include height changes on level surfaces, compasses that cannot find true north, and energy changes. Known for its many optical illusions, this cabin is an oddity like no other. 3. The Stone Henge FAB-Magazine-5-most-mysterious-places-to-visit.JPG6 Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, about 2 miles (3.2 km) west of Amesbury and 8 miles (13 km) north of Salisbury. One of the most famous sites in the world, Stonehenge is the remains of a ring of standing stones set within earthworks. It is in the middle of the most dense complex of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in England, including several hundred burial mounds. The Stonehenge’s purpose does remain a mystery. 4. Ggantija FAB-Magazine-5-most-mysterious-places-to-visit.JPG2 Ggantila in turkey is a complex of two megalithic temples on the Maltese island of Gozo. The stone temples were constructed around 3600 B.C. making them the second oldest religious structures ever found. For a little context, this was a time when metal tools were not available to the natives of the Maltese islands, and the wheel had not yet been invented. It is believed that Ggantija may have been the site of a fertility cult, as figurines and statuettes associated with fertility have been discovered there. 5. Gobekli Tepe FAB-Magazine-5-most-mysterious-places-to-visit.JPG4 Gobekli Tepe in Turkey is generally considered to be the oldest religious structure ever found. The site contains stone structures and stone pillars which feature carvings of various predatory animals. The stone pillars—some of them reaching nearly twenty tons in weight as far back as the time when humans were thought to be simple hunter gatherers.

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