10 Of The Most Mysterious Places In The World

Blood Falls, Antarctica

Antarctica has a unique waterfall. Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valley houses Blood Falls. Taylor Glacier's five-story waterfall enters Lake Bonney.

The Crooked Forest, Poland

Poland's Crooked Forest has 400 trees shaped like an upside-down question mark. Trees are perfectly spaced with all bends pointing skyward.

Gateway To Hell, Turkmenistan

Turkmenistan's Gateway to Hell, often called the "Door to Hell," is a massive, scorching crater in the northern desert. Drilling accidents are suspected.

Eternal Flame Falls, New York

Eternal Flames Falls in Western New York's Chestnut Ridge Park is called after a cave under the cascades that flames despite the water.

The Island Of Dolls, Mexico City

Xochimilco is Mexico City's Island of Dolls. Decayed dolls hanging from trees make it eerie.

The Bermuda Triangle

Many call the North Atlantic Ocean between Miami, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda the Bermuda Triangle or Devil's Triangle. Like the Alaska Triangle, ships and planes vanish.

Lake Hillier, Australia

Due to the contrast with the Pacific Ocean, Lake Hillier in Australia looks like Pepto Bismol from the air.

Aokigahara Forest, Japan

The Japanese Aokigahara Forest is nicknamed as the "Suicide Forest" because hundreds of suicide victims have been recovered there.

Easter Island Statues, Chile

Easter Island, Chile covers 63.17 square miles. Rapa Nui is noted for a peculiar cultural phenomena. Polynesians arrived about 300 AD.

Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park, China

China has a multicolored rock national park. Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park has towering red cliffs and colorful ridges.