If you’re traveling to Sweden, you may want to stop by this Car Cemetery. Wrecked cars in various stages of decay, it’s not your typical tourist hot spot.
Strange & Spooky
Traditionally called Rapa Nui, the mystery of Easter island began when Dutch explorers landed there on Easter day of 1722.
Owned by Sarah Winchester from 1886 to 1922, the Winchester Mystery House is widely known for its architectural oddities.
Nagoro, Japan is a town that goes by many names. Located on the island of Shikoku, the village has a population of only 27 people—far fewer than the 300 dolls who call this village home.
Voodoo Queens, vampires, pirates, witches and ghosts—these are just a few of the legends heard throughout the streets of New Orleans, Louisiana.
There is a lost city where 12,000 people once lived and loved; now it is desolate. Chernobyl today lives on in infamy due to one of the worst nuclear meltdowns in history.
In the late 18th Century, Paris struggled with a major public health crisis tying back to their local cemeteries. In response, city officials made the decision to transfer all remains to the abandoned quarries hidden 20 meters below the city.
The Darvaza gas crater, often referred to as the Door to Hell, is a natural gas field that collapsed in 1971 while scientists were working in the area.
If you’ve never heard of the Avanos Hair Museum, you will certainly not forget it after reading how it all began. In fact, you may even want to gift your own lovely locks…
While stories have long depicted him as a vampire with a thirst for blood, many historians think the real Count Dracula was actually a Wallachian Prince…
Did you know that quicksand is rarely more than a couple of feet deep? A natural phenomenon caused by overly wet sand, it bares little resemblance to the quicksand seen in old Hollywood…