23 Dark, Creepy Google Earth Images That’ll Keep You Up At Night

If you’re a travel junkie, then you have probably use Google Earth more than once.

After all, it’s pretty incredible that with a simple on-line service, you can see just about anywhere in the world when you are want. You can stray along the shores of just about any country to take in gorgeous white-sand beaches or even try your luck at get a glimpse of the Himalayas.

But sometimes, the technology can disclose some of Earth’s dark, creepy secrets. Here are 24 Google Earth images that will give you an idea of where exactly you DON’T want to travel.

1. This large pentagram was found on the southern coast of the Upper Tobol Reservoir in Kazakhstan. It may not actually lies in the fact that scary though. AsEmma Usmanova explained to Live Science , “It is the outline of a park constructed in the form of a star.” Stars were known to be popular symbols during the Soviet epoch and the park’s roadways build the shape more visible.

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2. Check out this crimson-colored body of water found in Iraq’s Sadr City. It was first brought to the Internet’s attention back in 2007, which inspired a lot of speculation. Hypothesis abound, the most gruesome of which states that it’s because nearby slaughterhouses dump blood in there, but an official explain hasn’t been given.


3. These emblems find near Mesa Huerfanita, New Mexico, look like the work of foreigners. But actually, it’s the work of Scientologists. The Washington Post explained, “The symbol marks a’ return point’ so loyal staff members know where they can find the founder’s runs when they travel here in the future from other places in the universe.” Alrighty then.

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4. This one’s no longer visible today, the S.S. Jassim was once the largest shipwreck visible on Google Earth. The Bolivian cargo ferry met its demise after it dropped off the coast of Sudan in December 2003.

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5. These creepy lines found in China’s Gobi Desert have caused a lot of supposition. Some say that this is most likely a Yagi antenna array, which is used to way climate for atmospheric research.


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6. This geographical marvel located near Medicine Hat in the south-east corner of Alberta, Canada, appears to resemble an ancient Egyptian face from an aerial view. It’s totally natural and has been dubbed the Badlands Guardian.

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7. The satellite image of an airplane graveyard is surely attention-grabbing. The Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is located just outside of Tucson, Arizona, and it’s where retired airliners go to be either be kept for storage or have their components removed for reuse or resale. It appears super creepy.

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8. Curious scanners for Google Earth found that this formation resembled human lips. They are formed by two bumpy ridges and stretch a half a mile long, located throughout Gharb, Darfur, in Sudan.