Top 10 STRANGEST Discoveries Made In The Middle Of NOWHERE!

  • Published on:  4/29/2020
  • Hi, it’s Katrina! From a completely isolated church on a pillar to mysterious giant spheres, here are 10 of the strangest things found in the middle of nowhere.

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    10. Submerged Tank
    While out on a walk one day in Estonia, a little boy noticed strange tracks running into the water of Lake Kurtna Matasjarv. Upon taking a closer look, he saw a continuous stream of bubbles rising up in the water, but there were no vessels or objects in sight.

    9. Katskhi Pillar
    One of the world’s most sacred and isolated churches sits atop the Katskhi pillar, a 130-foot (40 meters) tall limestone monolith in the country of Georgia. It's located in the remote Imereti region, roughly 125 miles (200 km) west of the capital city.

    8. Castle On An Island
    Located on a half acre island in the middle of a lake, deep in County Roscommon, Ireland, are the ruins of a 12th-century castle. Known as McDermott’s Castle, the original occupants, the McDermott family, lived there for four centuries.

    7. Siberian Snowballs
    In late 2016, thousands of giant, perfectly round snowballs appeared on an 11-mile (11 km) stretch of beach in Nyda, Siberia, near the Gulf of Ob. Ranging from the size of a tennis ball to nearly three feet (1 meter) in diameter, the orbs stumped beachgoers, including longtime villagers, who’d never seen anything like it. The giant snowballs look like someone came along and just dumped them there!!

    6. Fort Boyard
    Located in the Strait of Antioch between France’s Aix (X) Island and Oléron Island, off the Bay of Biscay, is a small, castle-like structure called Fort Boyard.

    5. Bosnian Sphere
    Deep in the woods in Bosnia, the discovery of a strange sphere partially buried in the ground has created quite the ruckus! Archaeologist and businessman Semir Osmanagich is a controversial figure in the archaeological community since many of his “discoveries” have not been substantiated. He is known in some circles as the Bosnian Indiana Jones.

    4. Prehistoric Shell
    On Christmas Day in 2015, a farmer named Jose Antonio Nievas discovered a three-foot (1 meter) long black, scaly shell along a riverbank. It was found in Carlos Spegazzini, Argentina, roughly 25 miles (40 km) south of the capital city of Buenos Aires. While it’s not exactly in the middle of nowhere, it was definitely in an unexpected place!

    3. Doomsday Captives
    In October of last year, a young, disheveled, confused-looking man began frequenting a bar in the Dutch town of Ruinerwold, where he drank beer, stared off into space, and sat outside in the pouring rain. When the bar owner questioned the man, named Jan, about his strange behavior, he revealed that he’d recently fled an abusive home nearby, where his father had imprisoned him and his five adult siblings for much of their lives.

    2. A Real Desert Oasis
    Deep in the Sahara Desert in southwestern Libya’s Fezzan region, there’s an exotic dormant volcano called Waw an Namus, or the “Oasis of Mosquitoes.” That's probably an appropriate name! The caldera is roughly two-and-a-half miles (4 km) wide and 330 feet (100 meters) deep, and is surrounded by a six to 12 mile (10-20 km) wide deposit of dark ash, contrasting against the surrounding yellow desert.

    1. Cold War Bunker
    Hidden in a forest 16 miles (25 km) northeast of Berlin, the Cold War era Honecker Bunker was one of the most sophisticated facilities among Warsaw Pact members outside the Soviet Union. Built to protect East German leaders and top military staff from attacks, the bunker sits 79 feet (24 meters) below ground and is capped with 13 feet (4 meters) of cement.