Little known truths about the Weirdest Places on Earth

Posted by Lamar Shaffer on Jan 24, 2015 in Article Posts | 0 comments

There are several fascinating things ending and a number of them just don’t have any rational explanation to its source and on earth. There are bizarre areas some which are in locations that are serene while some are populated cities that have a booming publicity and reputation. For someone like me who loves traveling and hunting for things out of the ordinary, I thought it’d be pleasant to be put together a listing of some of the strangest places to visit. They including those that I’m personally yet to see and people that I’ve observed and managed to see. Hereis the list I’ve compiled, I hope it encourages readers to travel more and enjoy some unbelievable things the world has to see.

 

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Dwelling in the era of contemporary science and technology, not many folks purchase the idea of speaking to the dead and superstitious. Lily Dale needs to be the most eerie area in the world. Created with the only motive of advancing spiritualism, this town was incorporated in 1879. Lily Dale is an ideal setting for those of us looking for a place where their spirits can be filled by things beyond material worth, individuals not frightened by the whole idea of talking to the imperceptible or the unseen. There are courses conducted throughout the year and illustrious guest lecturers include the likes of Deepak Chopra and Wayne Dyer.

New Zealand is quite famous for its sheep population that is certainly multiple times larger than its human population. However, the strangest thing is located in the city of Lawndale which has more dead people than the living citizenry. The city of Lawndale is home to less than 2,000 aboveground residents and more than 1. 5 million underground residents. I imagine it must be quite a spooky area. You can don’t hesitate to check such a place out next time, while there aren’t any particular reasons for visiting it San Diego is in close view.

Nicknamed the “Ghost City”, Varosha is a wholly inhabited city that’s located in Cyprus. Unlike its glory days as one of Cyprus’ favorite tourist spot, this city is now nicknamed the Ghost City as it’s definitely no inhabitants. It was the 1974 Turkish invasion that drove all the inhabitants of this town away. The invasion stands fully frozen just like how it prior to the invasion although following it was over, this area remains deserted. From afar, it looks totally the same like the bustling city except no one lives there anymore it was in 1974. Merely thinking about stepping into this city itself is enough to give me a goosebump.

This really is most likely the least list of weird areas, but then again when considering unusual areas on earth to visit no list is too long. Frankly, these places outdo my imagination and finding the presence of these places instructed me to have a more open mind. I’m looking forward to the day when I can visit a few of the areas although others seem really scary even to think about let alone travel to see them first hand. A thousand words may be described by an image but I am sure experience and the feeling is something you can get only when you land your feet on such places. There are still many weird areas which are not yet been discovered and I’m jumping to improve the list as unexpected occurrences are identified within our lovely planet.

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