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5. Water on Europa
Until recently, we’ve always assumed planet Earth was the only place in our solar system with liquid water but could there be other places? The answer is clearly yes with two of Jupiter’s moons have liquid water beneath the surface of the crusts. If that wasn’t shocking enough, in the case of Europa, the ocean could be twice the size of Earth. As of right now, most of the water that we know of is in the form of ice. So finding a liquid ocean could not only be a remarkable discovery but could lead to use finding life outside of earth. Imagine Europa’s crust like a like a large sheet of ice over liquid water. Although more advancements are needed to actually explore this body of water, scientists seem to think this could a possible place bacterial life could survive outside of earth.

4. New Zealand Sea Monster
In 2013, a mysterious rotting sea monster, washed up on the shore of New Zealand, in the Bay of Plenty, terrifying locals. Here in this photo, you can see the long and sharp teeth of this ferocious lookin g beast. A youtube video was released showing the carcass of the half buried creature with its gaping jaws and half of its body under the sand. She was dying to find out if anyone knew what on earth it was and no one seems to be too sure, despite theories of it being an oversized croc. Other suggestions included a dolphin, giant moray eel or even a dinosaur! A marine expert certainly rejected those theories and claims it was indeed the rotting carcass of a killer whale. Still frightening nonetheless

3. A Tree Lobster
Never heard of a tree lobster before? That’s okay, they were believed to have been extinct for the past 80 years until one was found on this remote island between Australia and New Zealand. It’s jagged shape makes it impossible for humans to live, so that could be why it’s still alive. The giant rock island drops off at a near 90 degree angle making it possible for other creatures to live but somehow the tree lobster found a way to survive.The tree lobster is in fact a flightless insect about the size of a human hand. The scientist you see in the photo, decided to explore this area since some scientists claimed to have seen evidence like droppings, that might prove their existence. This has to make you wonder, what other animals could still be out there that we once thought were extinct.

2. Underwater Waterfall Illusion
Just off the coast of the island country of mauritius is this unbelievable view of what appears to be an underwater waterfall. From the aerial vantage point, it almost would seem as though the water is flowing into a pit. But this is a real case of a rare phenomenon where sand at the bottom of the ocean is flowing downwards and it’s more noticeable on sunny days. You can also see there’s an underwater cliff which drops down quite a far distance. Some sites claim it could be about 500 feet deep. To the left of this photo, you can see the well known Le Morne brabant and the tropical setting almost seems perfect for an island getaway. Further exploration of this area may lead to more information about earth’s history.

1.Massive underwater volcano
Located just east of the country of japan is a super mega volcano the size of New Mexico or the entire british islands and it’s officially one of the biggest in our solar system. Also known as the Tamu Massif, researchers originally thought it was a cluster of smaller volcanoes but soon realized they were wrong! Researchers were shocked when they figured out that it was one megavolcano comparable to olympus mons on mars. It gets the name massif which means massive in French because it’s simply massive! Scientists suggest that several volcanoes all fused to one and it was created in a relativelly short amount of time in a few million years or so. Some feel as though this volcano can lead to more insight on martian landscapes.mzm



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5. Iron Age Pig

In an attempt to recreate wild boar to nearly the same genetic makeup as it had in the Iron age, British breeders and researchers got together and decided which domestic pigs to mix with wild boars. They concluded with a rare irish pig breed called a Tamworth and your common european wild boar. These are seemingly only bred in europe and the farmers who raise the hybrids cater to a very specific customer who wants a more gamey taste to it. The appearance and the aggressiveness of the wild boar turn to be dominate which has made these difficult to domesticate. After three generations of breeding, you probably wouldn’t even realize the pig had any domestication in its lineage without a really close inspection. Wild boar populating with sow has happened naturally in Australia

4. Sheep Goat Hybrid

Following the trend of wild animals reproducing with their domestic counterpart, this hybrid is also known as a geep and can occur in nature. Most of the time, it results in a still birth but rare cases are known to exist. These hybrids are quite rare but it indicates the goats true origins. In the year 2000, a live goat mated with a female sheep in an experiment. It had a total of 57 chromosomes which is right between the number the two. The result was a male geep who have an intense desire for the female ewe, despite being completely infertile. Other sheep goats hybrids have been able to breed with other ram and in 2014 healthy geep were reproduced. Just recently in 2018, two twin geep were created in Ireland, which shows us that geep could be a thing of the future and they’re also pretty cute!

3. Humanzee

Experiments to create a half human half chimpanzee date back to the 1920’s by russian scientists, Ilya Ivanov. This weirdo tried some bizarre experiments that we won’t get into but well just say they didn’t work! The man was eventually arrested but his idea of creating a humanzee has intrigued many. Also known as the Manazee or chuman, legends exist around the world about mysterious apes. One human like chimpanzee known as oliver is rumored to be a hybrid but certainly nothing was proven. His ability to walk on two made rumors fly that he was created in a lab. He also seemed to have a libido that was driven to human females over other apes. Also having one less chromosome than other chimps, some have claimed him as the missing link. In any case, chimps are very similar to human genetically but if we spliced genes any further, what would the result be? Would we just go back to the way we were in the past? Which genes would remain dominant, and what advanced behavior would we see that we aren’t accustomed to from chimps? Will they finally learn to use cell phones too! Hopefully the experiments don’t go to far or we might end up in a real life planet of the apes scenario where they become the rulers.

2. Biggest Hybrid Animal

A liger, or mix between a lion and tiger can grow to massive sizes and are believed to represent not only the largest known cat in the world! But also the largest successful hybrid. They end up bigger than their parents, weighing 750 pounds on average. This liger named Hercules, was recognized by guinness world records as the largest non-obese living cat on earth, weighing in at 922 pounds. He is healthy and appears to be living a long good life. They can also measure 9.8 feet long to 11 feet.

1. Hybrid Land Marine Iguanas

On the galapagos islands you’ll come across an interesting species of iguana known as the marine iguana which can swim at high speeds through the pacific ocean. We’re sure you’re also familiar with normal iguanas which are commonly found in tropical areas of the galapagos islands. Some of those iguanas evolved to be able to eat algae in the water and they eventually became a different subspecies on the galapagos. Now an interesting development in genetics here seems to show that land iguanas can still mate with land iguanas.This photo here we see a true hybrid. With a short supply of food in the ocean, they tend to resort to their land dwelling instincts which is exposes them to new potential mates. Feisty marine iguanas have been known to reproduce with lonely female iguanas near the shore, which results in a hybrid which is typically sterile. Hybrids are notable for their sharp claws and survival abilities in both land and sea. They eat cactus fruit and seaweed and some have called it a mutant



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10. Pure Luckiness
This photo here displays either extreme luckiness or someone at the factory was feeling just a little bit generous. Normally on an unlucky day, people will only get 6 fish filets in this box, but he must have picked a shamrock or something! Because look what we got here. This person doesn’t care how jelous you might get, they’re going to eat that extra fish filet whether you like it or not.


9. The Triple Oreo
This guy needs to get himself some lottery tickets asap because he just found the holy grail of all oreo discoveries. Some of you at home might craft your oreos to look like this in case you need a little extra creme. But this person claims to found this double decker oreo almost he’s able to spot out 4 leaf clovers or something. We hope this photo isn’t a phoney because if it is, it can only mean one thing, bad luck!
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8. Keep it Green
Green is the color of money and coincidentally, it’s also the color of getting to work on time! When you’re in a rush and all you see is green in front of you, you should consider it a lucky day because you know your boss won’t be yelling at you for being late. Hopefully no one gets in the way and messes up a good thing.


7. Bag of Luck
What do you do if you find this mysterious brinks bag full of a cash sitting right next to your car. If someone was careless enough to lose that much cash than you would have to suppose they’ll be okay without it right! It’s kind of a mystery bag but you have to assume whoever opened it up got a nice surprise. Losers keepers!


6. Between the Lines
You’ll learn at parking school to park between the lines but when you’re parking in some windy cities, it might be best to park between the trees as well. It might be a little be harder for the person in the white car to get outta there, but at least their car isn’t scratched.


5. World’s Largest Cheeto
Can you imagine being the lucky person to actually pull the largest cheeto ever made out of a bag? That’s what it looks like in this photo and you gotta wonder if they ate it or not. A cheeto this legendary should be stored in a museum and preserved but the temptation to eat it might be too great!


4 Truck Squeeze
This guy driving the truck is really lucky there are no speed bumps in this tunnel or it could spell for disaster. He’s lucky to even fit on this street with only about 6 inches of free space. Maybe the tunnel was specifically designed to handle trucks of this size and it’s not luck after all? Who knows. Either way, truck drivers have been known to take risks when it comes to cargo size.


3. A Janitor’s Dream
No one likes using the toilets on planes. They smell awful, there’s barely any room in there, and god knows where the water you use to wash your hands comes from! However, the cleaners of the plane in 2013 had an extremely lucky day when they came across a suitcase that had nearly 70 pounds of gold stashed inside! Who has that much money where they could leave 70 pounds of gold in an airplane toilet! This unbelievable discovery happened on a flight from Dubai to Bangladesh,


2. Winning a Fortune-thumbnail
Can you imagine opening up a fortune cookie and having it reveal the winning lotto numbers for that day? You’d certainly feel lucky if you actually believed the fortune cookie was speaking the truth. Most people would read the fortune and throw it away, almost as if those numbers weren’t meant to win you a fortune! If you didn’t buy the lotto ticket with those number and later on you realized you had the winning numbers in your pocket the whole time! Would you even be able to live with yourself knowing how much you could have made? But maybe in the long run, many lotto winners turn out to have an unlucky experience afterwards.

1. Curly Fry Heaven
When it comes to curly fries, size does matter and if you got something like this from arby’s consider yourself to be having a better day than the rest of your friends having babies or whatever. This here is a true prize we should all be proud of. Some dedicated arbies chef inside must have put a lot of time and effort into this fry and was just waiting to give it away to some lucky customer! It just keeps going and going, almost like a slinky! No point in saving this one!



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7. Fontainebleau Hotel and Casino
This infamously doomed project began in 2007 on the Las Vegas strip and was set to be the city's tallest complete building with 68 floors. The site it was built on was historically a pretty popular area. However when the housing crisis hit Las Vegas in 2008, and further further development led to bankruptcy with the owner in 2009. An offer was made by Carl Ichan and eventually he auctioned off the furnishing of the building and much of it was scrapped by other casinos basically. While much of the construction is already done, various potential investors have sought to finish the job but not without a few extra billion dollars. Some believe the hotel will be ready to open in 2020 but who knows!

6. Abbey of Santissima Trinita
This religious complex found in southern italy contains various buildings and was once inhabited by monks in the late 11the century however they never completed the old church. You can see much of the foundation is set but there’s no roof which is probably the hardest part of construction. Construction this building began around 1075 AD but the date when the monastery's construction began is unknown. Some believe it was once home to crusaders who fought in the holy land and didn’t have time to finish it. Eventually in the late 1899

5. National Monument of Scotland
With an important name such as the national monument of scotland, you would assume they would finish this thing right? Meant to resemble the parthenon in greece, it was constructed to pay tribute to the scottish soldiers who fought during the napoleonic wars. But it just didn’t work out! Overlooking the lowland from the top of calton hill, the people below. The foundation stone weighed an impress 6 tons and a ceremony for its placement took place in 1826. Finally the project ran out of funds and now it’s earned nicknames such as Scotland’s disgrace and other shameful names. People still take photos with it nonetheless.

4. Stendal Nuclear Power Plant
This was supposed to be eastern Germany’s largest nuclear power plant and in all of Germany. Located near the city of Arneburg, this was deep within soviet territory at the time of its construction. The site houses 4 reactors total with 2 different cooling towers and it almost seems like this one would be ready to be put to use. A critical moment in history however would lead to the demise of the project. During the reunification of Germany, scientists questioned the soviet design again and it’s possible they didn’t even know how to operate it. Instead of taking any chances with the design, they decided to just let it sit there abandoned. Eventually the two cooling towers were demolished with explosives.

3. Death Valley Castle
What’s a huge castle doing in the middle of the desert in possibly the hottest place on Earth? Scotty’s Castle is a two story Spanish mission style villa, located in Northern Death Valley. It’s known as Scotty’s Castle and it was built by Alberty Johnson who was convinced there was possibly gold in Death Valley somewhere by prospector Walter Scott. The claim turned out to be false however the two managed to become friends anyways. The mansion went unfinished due to the stock market crash in 1929 but tours are available for those who are intrigued by this place.

2. Wolmirstedt Substation
As you’ve probably noticed, the fall of the soviet union caused some construction projects to become abandoned and we see quite a bit of evidence of this in Germany. This substation was built in germany which was going to help improve the soviet grid in Eastern Germany but once again, the germans decided to pick the design from the west to be used. Both sides of germany were not able to be synchronized until 1993. Since the power plants needed to work in the same operation modes, the substation project here was abandoned and much of it was recycled.IN the long run though they felt that it was best to just give up on despite a the full completion of the railroad here

1.Moscow Abandoned Construction Projects
While there is the Alexanderplatz in Berlin and Eiffel tower in Paris, you really won’t see more than just one skyscraper in western european countries. Here in this photo, we see the modern skyscrapers that literally look like they're scraping the skies. Although some of these skyscrapers are mainly vacant at the moment, Russia’s financial district proves to be at the very least, an impressive architectural achievement. There are many construction projects here that seemingly never end . It may take a while before people decide to completely inhabit this area so much of it is at least semi abandoned



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7. Unpasteurized Milk
Most of the milk we drink and the cheese we eat must go through a process known as pasteurization first before we consume it. The process was introduced by Louis Pasteur in the 1860’s and This kills the bacteria and other microbes which would be harmful for consumption . not only that but this allows for it to be stored on the shelf longer. Although some states allow the sale for raw milk 17 states have banned it. Those who are in favor of non pasteurization claim that the milk loses many of its nutrients once it goes through the process. But those who claim pasteurized milk is the way to go state that too many diseases are spread from just raw milk. In any case, it is probably best not to drink raw milk unless it’s from the mom to the offspring

6. Rhubarb
You might remember having a warm slice of rhubarb pie over at grandma’s house but she might have been keeping a little secret from you. Rhubarb must also be cooked very precisely or it could end up being lethal, there are typically high levels of Oxalic acid which can lead to kidney failure and other painful side effects. Hopefully grandma doesn’t change here recipe too much next time you're over there. But seriously though, it would take approximately 11 pounds of rhubarb leaves to cause such side effects.

5. Blackberries
We highly suggest not eating just any berry you come into contact with. Many can be poisonous, but if you’re able to spot the right ones, go ahead and have yourself an all you can eat buffet! Wild blackberry plants are a tasty fruit but examine the flower carefully. The flower on the plant should have 5 white petals, like you see in this photo. The ripe ones become a deep purple and will be sweetest in comparison to the red ones. Feel free to eat the leaves as well and turn them into a tea with boiling water which can be used as a mouthwash.

4. Japanese Mutant Veggies
The disaster that claimed 18,500 lives is causing radiation in groundwater creating mutated vegetables like you never could have imagined in your life! Going to a farm here is like going to a plant freak show. Check out this monstrous head of cabbage. Here you see the difference between a normal sized cabbage and the Japanese mutant cabbage! You gotta really hope they don’t put some of this in your sushi! This is tomato is bubbling with tumors and is far from what we expect a normal one to look like. Don’t forget about this 5 fingered tunip that looks like the hand of a zombie! This sunflower has another sunflower growing out of it! What is going on here!

3 Bamboo
Although bamboo would be considered to be a primary food source for panda bears, humans should not consider eating this stuff raw. Golden lemurs and pandas have evolved to be able to eat enough cyanide which would be able to kill several humans. You do not have this evolutionary trait, so don’t eat it. Cooked bamboo on the other hand has been known to be consumed at various restaurants but the pickled variety has led to fatal poisonings. If you’re looking to by some, make it’s not toxic first!

2. Radiated Fish
This is actually more of a problem than you would like to believe especially in places like the chelyabinsk oblast region in russia and in places near the fukushima power plant. Some fish have been found with riddled with tumors and it’s not something you want to eat. Any body of water that is exposed to toxic nuclear waste has a good chance of contaminating fish there. Back in the earlier days of toxic waste disposal, they would simply put it in a barrel and throw it overboard into the sea. The sellafield decommissioning site is located right next to the Irish Sea, so much of the fish living there are questionable as well. Newer generations of mutated fish become more and more shocking, especially this one found in a lake in argentina. It was caught near a nuclear powerplant in this country and it broke the web.

1.Farmed Salmon
Some researchers believe that farmed fish are actually the most toxic food in the world and it’s quite frightening. Fish farmers in places such as norway have been revealed in documentaries that farmed fish contain a shocking amount of pollutants and chemicals, making it the most toxic food in the world. Graphs revealed that in this case the fish had 5 times as much toxins than anything else found in the supermarket. Experiments were done on mice that revealed some very disturbing results to test mice. It made them obese with diabetes in comparison to normal food. Some believe the key factor is the food that is fed to the fish which make them much larger than normal So eat farmed fish at your own risk!



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10. Puppy Saver
The fearless soldier approached a group of truly ferocious puppies in Iraq who could be heavily armed. He then goes on to stick his near their faces, where they could easily rip off his fingers in one quick bite. There’s no telling, exactly how he worked up the courage to pull this stunt, but it must stem back to his training when he was in boot camp.



9. Vampire Training
How many other jobs offer you the chance to drink cobra blood? Well the US military does, and this is something the recruiter need to start informing potential recruits about. During a joint military exercise in Thailand. US marines learned how drinking cobra blood could be an essential survival tool while lost in the jungle!





8. Panda Mobile!
If driving in China wasn’t difficult enough, they have to look out for driving pandas! They’ve been known to not use their blinkers, run through stop signs and drive a little erratic at times. You just don’t want him to get road rage or it could turn deadly! Let him change lanes if he needs too!




7. The Double Dog
If you’re a 90’s kid you m ight remember a creature called catdog that feautured a cat on one side and a dog on the other! But this is the double dog! What kind of pet store sells these creatures! You better start buying twice the normal amount of dog food cuz this thing has twice the heads to feed.


6. Barbed Wire on Fire
In the USA, our military training might seem like a cakewalk compared to some other places around the world, as we’re about to see. The paramilitary police undergo a similar obstacle, but with one key difference. They light their barbed wire on fire before crawling below. And it also seems to be positioned much lower than they do here, increasing the likelihood of him catching on fire.


5. A Big Glider
It looks like it might be a sunny day at the park when this guy picked up this massive toy glider plane and prepared to launch it in the sky! They sure do make them bigger nowaday then when we used to play with them. Either that or this guy is really close to an airport and he’s just playing tricks on our illusion



4. Muddy Water
These paramilitary policemen also don’t mind getting a little messy and some of their training sessions involve doing belly flops into mud pits like you see here in this photo.



3. Dodge Faster
Ever remember playing dodgeball in gym class with those unforgivable red, rubber balls? Seemed like it always ended with a kid either down on the ground, moaning in pain or with a bloody nose? This photo here was made as a portrait. Someone managed to snap this photo at moment of impact between the red ball and her face. Hopefully she has another pair of glasses. Maybe this is just practice before she starts dodging wrenches.


2. Motorbike Mayhem.
This guy thought he could pick some hot girls while doing some tricks on his sweet motorbike. But since he’s not wearing his helmet, it’s almost safe to assume an emergency crew will be picking his brains off of the concrete. He’ll at least have to deal with some serious road rash and an expensive bill from the mechanic if he ever plans on getting it fixed.


1. The Bike Strike
This guy was in mid air about to strike the ground right before this photo was taken. This is why the professionals go w ith helmets and gloves in case there’s a fail like this one. Judging by the photo alone it’s difficult to tell why he well exactly but at least he’s wearing protection.



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6. Things Facebook Knows About You
It might take some time to realize that facebook might have seen you naked at some point in time. It’s okay, you’ll just have to get over it. There is a ton of private info that the tech company has wanted to provide to advertisers and you may not be comfortable with the answer. Facebook has even been making predictions whether or not your single and if you’re not, how long your relationship will last. They might even know more about your girlfriend than you do!

5. Eel Girl
We’re not really sure why you would consider googling eel girl in the first place, but if you thought you should, you thought wrong. First of all, eel girl is a short sci-fi film which depicts some relations with an eel-human hybrid and a scientist. We’ll leave it at that but it’s quite freaky and might give you nightmares. Other search results of eel girl, might bring you to some crazy japanese fetish site which involves eels going places where the sun don’t shine. Other reaction videos seem to show people watching what’s known as eel soup and it doesn’t seem like know what’s going on. You will probably sleep better at night not watching the video so it’s not worth the google!

4. Runit Island
You probably shouldn’t google this thing if you want to remain blissfully numb to the truth but it seems like there’s a ticking time bomb in the South Pacific. It’s been deemed as uninhabitable for the next 24000 years. Local inhabitants of the Marshall Islands call it the tomb because it’s a concrete lid that cover extremely hazardous materials. The dome itself is a feat of engineering being 18 inches thick. However the tomb is not coated, meaning it can sink into the earth below. One tsunami could be all it takes to crack it open. During the times of nuclear testing on runit island, a huge explosion took place causing chunks of plutonium to scatter all over the tropical island. The US military was called to clean it up and place a dome over it and are claiming . Some feel as though it’s a ticking time bomb and it’s the reason for many problems for the natives. If you’ve taken the blue pill, don’t look this up.

3. Rocky Mountain Arsenal
In case you thought only places like chernobyl get contaminated, there are places right here on our home soil where people are facing the consequences of radiation and some bad decisions. Although the plant shutdown 1993, this hazardous waste storage and disposal plant was kept a secret for a long period of time. Eventually, environmental problems were clear. Things that were stored here include mustard gas, and nerve gas that the US agreed to dispose of according to recent treaties. Wildlife suffered in this area suffering from genetic defects and rabbits were used here to see if any leaks were occuring. The situation was a mess and there is some pretty creepy vintage footage of this place. At the moment now

2. Logan Paul Aokigahara Video
Youtube has already demonetized this video of Logan Paul in the Aokigahara forest and you probably shouldn’t google it. Located at the base of Fuji Mountain in Japan and many claim the forest is full of spirits of people who’ve taken their own lives. They claimed be vengeful spirits who attempt to lure people off track. Some who wander her never come back. However, if you watch Logan Paul’s video not only will your iq lower but you’ll understand why the rest of the world hates america. He goes camping there with his friends and publishes a grizzly discover that we won’t talk about. Many called for Logan Paul to delete his youtube account after the upload so it obviously caused some drama.

1. The Cursed Japanese Kleenex Commercial
The tissue company Kleenex made this commercial in the 1980’s. Many people found the music in the background of this ad to be extremely bizzare. Others noticed something much more horrifying. The woman sounded like she was chanting a German curse hymn in addition to the already strange ad. Not long after the making of this, a horrifying curse was put onto all those who had something to do with the production.The child you see here was dressed like an ogre suffering from nightmares and became severely ill. l.His mother went mentally insane and had to be emitted to a mental hospital. The woman in the tissue ad is still doing okay but is unable to have children. The cameraman who shot it, we’ll just say he went into a sauna and never came out.



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8. US Seawolf
Despite the US Navy not having a great presence in the Arctic Sea, this nuclear submarine called the Seawolf can spend months undersea and then surface near the north pole. This photo here displays one of the US Seawolves doing just that with some of the crew on the deck, getting a breath of chilly air. It’s limitless range makes it perfect for exploring the deep oceans and it really only needs to be docked in order to reup on supplies.

7.Virginia Class Submarines
This class of submarine is really in a class of its own. It is expected to remain in service for at least the next 43 years. Each one is crafted carefully which requires an estimated 9 million labor hours for construction of a single Virginia Class Submarine. These are supposed to be America’s most advanced series of submarines to this date and they plan to build another 35 of these. You can imagine these would be expensive to construct, considering there’s a nuclear reactor on board! There’s also several new features that have never been seen before on US submarines classes. This includes new sonar systems, accurate cruise missile firing systems, pump-jet propulsor and improved gear for to save the crew in case it sinks. Many have called it the Ferrari of submarines and only the best trained submariners will have the chance to ride in it. Cost per submarine.. $ 2.5 Billion

6. Navy Seal Pickup
When submarines aren’t completely underwater, helicopters can swoop carefully near the ships deck and pick up special forces. Hopefully it doesn’t get too slippery on there or someone might fall in. The photo was taken in may of 2012 of a nuclear submarine with some seals on top. Navy seals have also be known to swim out of submerged vehicles near enemy targets. Sometimes this is the most discreet way to conduct some sabotage..

5. Aberlady Bay Submarines
There are a total of at least 8 wrecks tallied here, 2 of which are from XT submarines. XT-class submarines like you see in this photo are classified as midget submarines that were built for the royal navy between 1943-1944. The craft are about 51 feet long and 5.5 feet in diameter and can displace 30 tons of water while submerged. Used as target practice by the British royal air force, they were completely obliterated and left abandoned at this UK nature reserve. Does the wreckage serve some historical value to the public or do they just not want to pick it up? Or both.

4. Narco Subs
Many of these are found abandoned after they’ve broken down and can be found rotting on the banks for river, like this one we see here from the country of ecuador. The subs are also constructed with cameras one for daytime and the other with night vision to help them navigate the seas no matter what hour it is. Some transporters prefer to go slow, but make many drop offs to cities in Mexico. One run with this much cargo may take about two weeks. They should get used to the small spaces, because if they get caught, they’ll be doing some serious time in a prison cell.

3. 1000 Ton Piece of Sub
Modern day submarines are massive without a doubt but it’s not always easy getting the pieces together in order to build them! This piece of the submarine you see in the photo, was constructed by BAE Systems, the same people who brought you HAARP and it’s completely draped so you have no idea what it looks like. It’s apparently a large piece of a nuclear submarine that weighs an estimated 1000 tons! This set the record for being the largest piece of machinery ever made by BAE that we know of and some claim it’s apart of an Astute class submarine, which is the latest class of British submarines.

2. Canal Barge Replica
It the UK city of Liverpool, this canal barge might confuse people at first but it’s actually been turned into a unique replica. The owner decided to transform it into a model of a German U-boat which was a sub that wreaked havoc on the allies 80 years ago. Some passersby were quite startled with their discovery and thought that maybe it was actually a machine of war. Luckily, no torpedos were on board this time and the germans aren’t invading anyone. The display cost 50,000 pounds for the u-boat design to be placed on this. The person who completed the project is fascinated with naval history and loves his new toy!

1. Submarine Playground
It’s interesting to see how machines of war can be transformed into places where children can laugh and play, while they have no idea the havoc these things are capable of. This is found at the Technik museum in Germany which consists of a real German U-boat! This was known as a U9 and people can climb in for themselves. There isn’t a ton of information in English when you google it but it’s known that this one has been decommissioned since 1993.



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5. Tito’s underground Air Base
This formerly secret air force base operated under the Yugoslavian government is located between the Bosnian and Croatian border and is one of the largest underground bases in Europe, that we know about. Construction on this massive project began in 1948 to 1968 and it cost a reported 6 Billion dollars, making it also one of the most expensive military bases ever in Europe. This base was built to be sturdy enough to withstand a 20 kiloton nuclear bomb, deploy radar detection systems, and as a secret underground airbase to store all kinds of planes, tanks, bombs etc. this was used to the max in the early 1990’s during the Yugoslav wars however it was also discovered and bombed eventually. The base was abandoned at the end of the war but not by everyone.



4. Fort Knox
You certainly will not be getting a tour guide when trying to visit the inside of Fort Knox, because this is somewhere you are not allowed to go! It use gold bullion supply of the United State and without the gold, our paper dollar would be worthless! Only a few people are allowed inside, the vaults are reinforced and protected with blast proof security. You might want to pick another place if you want to pull off a heist! Places like Fort Knox, spared no expense in guarding our gold supply made from reinforced concrete . It’s hard to say exactly what’s going on inside this doomsday bunker but they’re prepared to stand ground.



3. Living Off Grid
Preparing for various possible attacks including electronic pulses has made many consider living off grid. Modern human life is dependant on electricity so imagine massive power outages all across the world. People at first would think nothing of it until it goes on for weeks. A mass panic would strike the globe. Those who’ve prepared to go off grid have a better chance of survival such as the Amish in Ohio and Pennsylvania for example. They grow their own food, provide their own shelter, have their own source of water and are skilled in crafting various items from wood. The Amish might stand a better chance of living through an EMP than most of us city dwellers. A farmhouse could potentially be transformed into a bunker with the installation of solar power Since a large amount of our currency is basically just a bunch of numbers in a computer and very little of it is owned as cash, people would instantly become broke. Being prepared for people who have nothing left to lose is always a must, so make sure to lock your doors. This photo here is of what’s known as a safe room and perimeters can be monitored with surveillence cameras.

2. Noah’s Ark
This is basically a moveable doomsday bunker which has the capability of surviving more than just one scenario. A prepper by the name of Liu Qiyuan came up with something that’s been called the Great Ball of China, or what he calls noah’s ark, in order to survive the apocalypse. This can survive the strength of a Tsunami, the cold temperatures of the arctic and even the debris from an earthquake. So we’re guessing it should be safe against zombies. It’s airtight, with oxygen masks and plenty of food, water and even seatbelt. This should prevent the user from biohazard and chemical attacks. Living your life inside a ball may not be for everyone, but this could be a useful device depending on the scenario.

North Korea Bunker
If you’re a politician who is threatening world peace with nuclear devastation, then you should probably get a doomsday bunker, because you may bring on the end of the world. North Korea has their own bunkers fit for the kim jong un in Pyongyang in the US or another country decides to retaliate against the regime. The bunkers may be fairly simple but they’ve made it clear many of their operations have gone underground. He’s rumored to have a very complex underground system of tunnels and many agree it would be extremely difficult to find him. Some of the tunnels lead to caves in the mountains, which make it like finding a needle in the haystack. They’ve been masters at creating tunnels and south korea has sniffed out many they’ve built which come directly underneath the demilitarized zone. Some intel reports that he may have an underground bunker that can hold onto more than 30,000 people.



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6. Farmers and Ranchers
Working on farm with many heavy machinery can result in accidents and therefore death. These all terrain vehicles that are use sharp blades to cut crops like corn, you can see how one wrong move could be their last. If you’re arm or a piece of clothing catchings on to something like that, you’re most likely going to lose that arm. Tractor overturns, however, are the leading cause of death for farmers or farm workers. An estimated 374 farm workers died in 2013 around the work just from accidents alone. Don’t forget about the toxic fumes from pesticides farmers use to keep, bugs from eating their crops!


5. Iron and Steel Workers
As times continue to advance, buildings get tallers and more complex, more heavy machinery is needed to complete them. Falls are quite common for iron and steel workers who risk injury climbing steel beams. They also risk getting hit with swinging or falling objects. Improvements have been made to keep these workers safer. This includes for example adding 4 bolts instead of 2 in order to properly secure beams from making any unplanned movements. Despite the recent changes, still 37 out of every 100,000 still workers will end losing their life due to injuries on the job. Countries who are trying to urbanize at a fast pace such as china, bangladesh, and india might suffer the most from faulty construction. Not only is that bad for the occupants but also the construction workers. You can tell from this photo taken of a project in Turkey that you would have to be comfortable with heights




4. Electricians
The challenges of having to deal with electricity on a daily basis is going to eventually result in some fatal electrocutions from time to time. In 2014, an estimated 79 electricians died while on the job in the US. They also have to deal with dangers of fire and explosions, extreme temperatures outside, excessive bird droppings and possible asbestos installations inside buildings. It only takes a small amount of electric current to kill someone.




3. Astronauts
Despite it being a pretty cool job that many of us dream of, astronauts have the risky job of exploring the unknown. When outside the confines of their spaceship, they must wear their protective spacesuit or risk dying. Not to mention that the earth’s atmosphere is beginning to become extremely polluted with space junk; increasing the chance of a collision. Despite the years of training, they have to deal with of g-forces, that can make anyone nauseous. People are also known to lose a great deal of muscle mass upon return and sleeping with no gravity can often be difficult.


2. Zoo Keeper
You can probably imagine why being a zookeeper can have its challenges. Trying to keep wild animals somewhat tame can prove to be impossible for a long period of time and they’ll resort to their violent ways eventually. Even just trying to feed some animals can prove to be a risky task. Some animals who may appear to be under the effects of tranquilizers can still wake up randomly if it wasn’t a proper shot. Protocol must be strictly followed when feeding these wild beasts or you could end up being their lunch!


1. Taxi Drivers
Picking up a completely random person in the back of your car that could be a possible terrorist or felon makes this job quite dangerous and unpredictable. Cab drivers are easy targets for robberies, since they normally carry cash in the car. They need to keep a close eye on what’s going on behind them or they may end up in choke hold with a gun pointed at their heads. This cabdriver on a Las Vegas News twitter account, had to fight for his life when a perpetrated wrapped his arms around his throat, just for a measly $38 dollars. An average of 34 cab drivers are killed each year



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5. Angel’s Landing
Found at Zion National park in Utah, this well known hiking location doesn’t just look unusual, it’s also quite dangerous to those who aren’t taking the hike seriously. This formation juts out from the ground 1,488 feet and provides spectacular views of the valley below. The trail to get to the top has been known to be extremely strenuous and there’s no mattress at the bottom in case you fall.There’s been a recorded 5 fatalities recorded by park officials and there’s only a chain to help you get to the top. The layers of rock date back to 270 million years ago back when dinosaurs roaming the planet.

4. Cheyenne Mountain
It was built during the cold war as a military installation and is capable of withstanding multiple nuclear strikes, chemical warfare attacks and most importantly biological attacks in the case of a full blown apocalypse. The 25 ton blast proof doors found here won’t be easy enough to get just get a battering ram and knock yourself in there. And no is going to let you in. Cheyenne Mountain is often referred to as the Fortress of America. The complex is almost like a small city underneath 2000 feet of solid granite rock and is basically the biggest and baddest nuclear bunker ever made. No one really knows exactly what’s going on here but it’s known that they have their own nuclear power plant close by and it’s quite fortified for an isolated place.. There’s far more armed guards and security here than the Pentagon! All kinds of accommodations are found here with plenty of guns and ammunition just in case.

3. Olympus Mons
Allow us to take a quick trip to the planet mars to discuss the largest geological structure in the solar system. Olympus mons and you can see it rather clearly in this image, popping out of the surface. This was captured by the Phoenix mars lander in 2008 and this volcano rises 13.6 miles high. If you put this thing on earth, you can tell it would be about as large as the country of france. Although the slopes aren’t too steep, with that much size at the base, it wouldn’t be clear theoretically for a person to know they were at the summit once they made it to the top. The slope of the volcano would cover up an horizon even if it was on a clear day. The real mystery about this place is if it could still be active or not. Scientists feel as though right now, Olympus mons is just dormant and might be taking a quick break before it erupts again some day. Oh yeah and maybe there’s aliens, who knows.

2. Mount Kilimanjaro
With part of the name sounding like “killa man” it’s safe to assume it’s a little dangerous. You can there’s not as much snow as some of the others but it still has it’s obstacles. Some have claimed that climbing the tallest mountain in Africa is one of the most dangerous things you could possibly do in your life. About 1000 people are evacuated each year while 10 might not make it out alive. Some believe that number could be much higher. The reason for this is typically from altitude sickness like on many high mountains. Climbers claim that alititude edemas or hypothermia can happen at any time, not matter how hard you’ve trained or what your workout routine is. Getting up a 19,000 foot tall mountain Many guidelines are given to and climber brave enough to try to take on this extreme challenge and make it safer but it almost seems to easy to get hurt here. As opposed to Mt. Blanc, there have been no reports of cliff falls but avalanches and rocks falling are a whole nother story. And unlike most mountains, this mountain is actually home to honey badgers, so watch out!

1. The Caucasus Mountains
The caucasus mountains in Russia seem to be the setting for much mystery, and dispute since ancient times. There are various displays of houses known as dolmen. These have puzzled archaeologists since they were discovered. These are 25,000 year old buildings some believed they were only 4-6000 years old. That’s not it though. Rumors have spread around about there being the last remaining tribe of Neanderthals living within the caves.



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6. Bregenz Festival Stage
The Vienna Orchestra is renowned for being one of the best in the world and they get to play on this pretty crazy statue during a festival in Austria. The stage actually floats over lake constance and the amphitheater is made to accustom up to 7000 guests which is quite large for an outdoor show on a lake! Contemporary artists get there chance to showcase some of their strange works like we see with this guy.

5. Ghost Church Statues
Located in the czech republic, you’ll certainly be glad this next one is just a statue. Built in 1352, it was home to many spontaneous fires and it seemed like it always needed repairs!. Finally in 1968, the entire roof fell out of nowhere, during a funeral service and they decided to give up! In order to restore a little bit of tourism to the area, they repaired the church, again, but decided to give it a twist. Ghost statues were added which makes because the czech people just enjoy making things creepy. It in all reality, it was done to symbolize the church's dark past and to symbolize how many have thought it’s been cursed.

4. Olmec Ruins
The olmec civilization predates the maya and the aztecs and they’re known for some pretty crazy statues. On average, these stone heads weigh up to 8 tons each in weight of what many to believe to be that of former Olmec rulers. The mesoamerican civilization dates back from 1200 to 400 BC and they’re signified by the statues they’ve left behind. One question you have to ask yourself however, why is it always the head they find and never the body. These heads are also often found wearing a protective helmet which would have been worn during battle and ancient ball games. Many are wondering, where’s the rest of the body?

3. African Renaissance Monument
Here we see the largest statue in Africa which is located in the country of Senegal. It over looks the Atlantic Ocean and stands about 300 feet high. Made of bronze this is no easy statue to put on the credit card. Many criticized the statue and felt that the 27 million dollar price tag was a bit much considering how the money could probably help Senegal infrastructure. Their gdp however has seen a decent increase in recent years and maybe they hope to inspire a boost of morale to the african people.

2. Bulgarian Soviet Friendship Monument
Also located in the province of Varna, another imposing soviet moment stands stall made of solid concrete. This stands right on the coastline of the Black Sea, so that it can be visible to incoming ships. The location of the monument also has historical importance to it. It was built on Turna Hill which saw quite a bit of bloodshed, where russians launched an attack against the Ottomans in 1828. It takes 300 steps to reach the top and the monument is 160 feet across. The four sculptures you see are of 4 soviet soldiers who are coming to rescue 3 seemingly helpless Bulgarian women.

1. Cabazon Dinosaurs
If your driving from Phoenix to LA, there’s no way you’ll miss the Cabazon dinosaurs in Riverside County California. In order to attract more customers to a restaurant nearby, in 1964 sculptor Claude Bell complete construction of two dinosaur statues! Unlike some others we’ve mentioned on this list, you can actually go inside these statues and buy various gifts for your buddies. The T Rex gets the nickname Mr Rex and the brontosaurus gets the name Dinny. Dinny is the who’s got a slide on his tail. Strangely enough, the guy who built them actually believed that dinosaurs lived with humans at some point in time and various signs try to support his theory.



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4. Greta Garbo
This Swedish-American actress probably doesn’t ring a bell with many, but that’s okay because I’m here to tell you a little bit about her! She was a highly praised actress and was nominated for three Academy Awards throughout her career and made many movies that people loved. She began working in silent films in the 1920’s and in 1930, she took her first role where she spoke in a movie called Anna Christie. She ended up starring in some movies that didn’t do quite so well, and that’s when her career began to go downhill. She took hit after hit, but then a movie called Two-Faced Woman came around and put her through the ringer due to its failure, and it was then that she decided to call it quits. Greta Garbo retired from the screen after acting in a whopping twenty-eight films at the young age of 35. She then began a private life and passed away on April 15, 1990, at 84.

3. Gene Hackman
Where do I even start with this Hollywood legend? Did you know that Gene, or shall I say, Eugene Allen Hackman, had a film career that stretched across almost five whole decades? That’s right, he first gained fame after portraying Buck Barrow in Bonnie and Clyde in 1967, but by that time he’d already been acting for eleven years, as he’d started in 1956. He didn’t call it quits until 2004, with his last movie being Welcome to Mooseport. That’s an incredibly long career! He won many awards including two Academy Awards, two BAFTAs, four Golden Globes, and one SAG Award! He’s a highly decorated ex-actor, and the film world misses him. Actually, not many seem to have noticed, but people should have because he’s a great actor!

2. Daniel Day-Lewis
This man is pretty much the supreme king of method acting, and even if you don’t know his name, I bet you’ve seen him before. I mean, come on, Gangs of New York, There Will Be Blood, Lincoln… ringing any bells? Mr. Lewis is an Englishman who also holds Irish citizenship, but he was born and raised in London. Lewis is known for his passion and devotion to his roles and would fairly often remain in character for the entirety of shooting a movie he was working on, even when it negatively affected his health. He is also known for being a very picky and selective actor, with only six movies under his belt since 1998, and at times, he’s taken five years off between projects. He’s a very private person and is extremely protective of his life outside of the movies, and he doesn’t often make public appearances. He has three Best Actor Academy Awards and is one of the most acclaimed actors in the history of film, and that seems to be good enough for him because he announced his retirement in 2017, saying that he was done after Phantom Thread. He’s only 60. He better act again; he’s too good to be done. Do you hear me, Daniel!

1. Macaulay Culkin
Okay, so I’m just going to say this: if you were alive in the 80’s and 90’s, you most definitely know who this kid is, and if you don’t you might want to go see somebody about your memory. I know some of you are Generation Z and weren’t even alive for any of his good movies. Macaulay Culkin had, literally, everyone’s attention not all that long ago. Please tell me you remember Home Alone? Uncle Buck? My Girl? Richie Rich? Where, oh where did the boy who was in it all for a time go then? Well, at a young age he decided to retire, and between 1994 and 2003, he didn’t do any acting. He ended up trying out being a roadie and traversed the country with bands for years. He also has/had his own band called The Pizza Underground. He’s also written a book and could be making a comeback in a movie called Changeland, which should be coming out soon, and I’m excited to see what the grown man Macaulay you see here can still do. I definitely think that young kids in Hollywood should take indefinite retirements and get some life experience in before deciding on whether to keep acting or not. Good call, Macaulay.



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9. Hoia-Baciu Forest Romania
This is commonly referred to as the most haunted forest in the world and the locals who live nearby will tell you to stay the heck out! It’s located near Transylvania in a secluded area, probably because the ghosts won’t let them live here. The legends here tell a tale about a shepherd who made the wrong decision cut through this forest with 200 sheep. Neither the sheep or the shepherd were ever seen again. The most notable feature of this forest is this large circle where absolutely no trees are able to grow. No one cut them down and no one knows how it got like this.

8. Cano Cristales
This amazing river located in Colombia is commonly referred to as the River of 5 Colors, so it’s colorful enough to be in this video! This river bed tends to change colors most commonly during July through November and is sporadically colored yellow, blue, green, pink, blue and even black! Some of the quartzite that formed here is over 1.2 billion years old. The strange aquatic plants and the variety of minerals help give this place a large variety of colors.

7. Houska Castle, Czech Republic
A castle in Czech Republic allegedly covers a pit that leads to directly to the gates of hell. King Ottokar from the 1200’s offered to excuse anyone from their crimes if they agreed to be lowered into the pit. The first one to offer, let out a panick stricken scream, begging for mercy. Apparently, when had been brought the to surface, he completely lost his mind. Disfigured ghosts and even a human frog hybrid were believed to have been seen here. One thing we should not about this place is, that it seems to be designed in a sense to keep things in, rather than to keep things out. It’s best just to stay away.

6. Gruner Sea
The lake seems green and it’s completely surrounded by dense forestation. What’s strange about the lake is that it only forms after the snow melts and when it evaporates, people notice there’s a bench and a park there. The water is extremely pure and people can only enjoy scuba diving here once each year. Would you be willing to take a swim here?

5. King Friedrich Wilhelm I Fort
Located in Russia, this abandoned fortress was the largest in the are for quite some time during the 17th century. It’s fo und in the exclave of russia known as Kaliningrad located on the border with poland. Eventually, it was left abandoned and the forest around it took over the area. People are allowed to visit it but check it out at your own risk and bring your visas!

4. Magnetic Hill India
Also known as cyclops hill this strange mountain is known for its magnetic properties and some believe that cars look like their defying gravity while going down hill. Some feel as though the magnetism here is so strong, that the force can actually move cars on its own. The strange phenomenon has been captured on tape in various experiments and airplanes that fly over it will fly at a higher altitude. It hard to say how much of it is legend and how much is real. Some blogs explain how different parts of the hill have more magnetism than other parts but it’s not the entire hill.

3. Morning Glory Pool, Wyoming
In case you thought it was only man made structures that are colorful, think again! The colors on this hot spring. The strange colors of this pool are caused by a large variety of bacteria that live here. After an earthquake, this pool has the potential to turn into a geyser. It’s believed that this was actually more colorful at some point but people began throwing trash into it and slightly altered its appearance.

2. Uluru or Ayers Rock
This iconic image from the middle of Australia is actually a very sacred location for the aboriginal people on this continent. It wasn’t discovered by European explorers until the 1800’s. So why is it sacred? The tribes people believe that it was made by dreams of ancestral beings. The strange cave formations seemed to support this theory, in their opinion. If you look at it closely, it really just seems to pop out of nowhere and looks like one single rock. Rising 346 meters high, you can see why this might be looked at as a sacred site.

1. Saksaywaman
These mysterious rocks in Peru were extremely large and place on top of each other with serious precision. These are believed to be ancient Killke ruins outside the city of Cusco and were apart of a fortificated or religious complex. Very little is known about this civilization that lived in Peru before the Incas Working with such massive stones, only theories can be made to try to explain it. The stones first had to be cut at a quarry and each stone would have needed hundreds of people to lift one if that’s even possible.



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5. The Elephant’s Foot
The hot toxic sludge we see in this image is still to this day, extremely lethal. If you’re exposed to it for only 30 seconds, you’ll experience severe radiation sickness. Stand next to this for four minutes and you’ll only have two days to live. When people say a nuclear meltdown happened here, that’s literally what happened. The radioactive materials used to fuel this plant literally melted the core, and that’s basically what we’re looking at..



4. Amusement Park
At one point in time, about 30 years ago, this playground was teeming with kids and was a popular location until the world’s worst nuclear accidents happened at the Chernobyl plant near Pripyat. You won’t be taking your kid here anytime. Not only due to the fact that it’s extremely creepy but it’s apart of the Chernobyl exclusion zone. This means your kid would suffer from radiation poisoning if he even manages to step foot here. This playground in this photo still stands despite the disaster that took place. Pripyat had many facilities that the families of the power plant workers could enjoy but they never had the chance to enjoy this amusement park. It was set to open on May 1st 1986, just weeks after the meltdown took place. The radiation levels here vary and it’s believe that helicopters carrying radioactive material used this place as a landing strip.


3. Golden Gate, Kiev
Did you think the golden gate in san francisco was the only gate out there? Think again! There’s a golden gate in the capital city of Kiev which is apart of 11th century fortifications of the old town. Faced with the threat of having to deal with barbarians from various directions, Kiev made the decision t o build the wall that would protect them. One part of fortifications was the zoloti Vorota which was rather for ceremonial purposes. After the mongols badly damaged the wall, it was buried but then rediscovered in 1832. Later on, it was rebuilt by the soviets in 1982 in which many believe to be a botched repairation. Historians wanted the soviets to show the real facade of the gate without renovations.


2. Unidentified Building
Walking through a park in dnipro city, a photographer came across this odd looking building near a pond during winter. It seems possible to come across ruins such as this while doing some hiking in Ukraine but many projects we didn’t know about could still be out there, waiting to be explored. This could be anything from a missile silo to an auditorium similar to ones found in Bulgaria. What do you think this was used for? Let us know in the comment section and maybe we’ll feature you in an upcoming video

1. Balaklava Submarine Base
The soviets certainly had their fair share of strange military bases as well and in this photo we see the blue and green waters of this base located under the city of Sevastopol in the Black Sea. What’s a little strange about this place is that it’s so secretive and so far inland because of the natural canal-like features. This formerly classified sub base was in full use up until 1993 and it certainly had the capability of putting nuclear subs into the mediterranean sea. The Russians called this place “Balaklava” and there was plenty of munitions stored here. When the facility was decommissioned, no one still knows exactly where the Soviets put the weapons and it remains a mystery. It’s known that triton submarines once patrolled the seas and operated here and maybe they still do. Now that the Russian’s have reclaimed Crimea, could they possibly still be using this underground submarine base?