8. Mysterious Disappearance
• The Bermuda Triangle has been associated
with numerous disappearances of ships and
airplanes, some of which remain unsolved to
this day. Some of the most famous
disappearances include the USS Cyclops in
1918, the Flight 19 training mission in 1945,
and the disappearance of the commercial
airliner Star Tiger in 1948
9. There are several theories about the disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle,
Human error or malfunctions
* Natural phenomena such as hurricanes, rogue waves, and gas hydrates
* Alien abductions or supernatural forces
* The presence of underwater sinkholes, which can cause ships to sink
without a trace
• Note: Despite extensive research, the true cause of the mysterious
disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle remains unknown. While some of
the theories have been proven to be possible explanations, there is no
concrete evidence to support any one theory over the others. The
Bermuda Triangle continues to be one of the most intriguing mysteries of
the modern world..
11. **The Taos Hum is
droning and buzzing
**Bristol in England
was the first place on
this planet where the
Hum got reported. In
the year 1970,
around 800 people
heard this hum.
**According to the study of the year 2003, Surrey from
England, most people who hear this sound are between
55 and 70.
=>Frequency:The Taos hum was
The loch Ness
• The Loch Ness Monster is a legendary sea creature said to inhabit Loch Ness in Scotland.
• Despite numerous reported sightings and searches, no concrete evidence of the monster's existence has been found, and
the scientific community remains skeptical.
• The legend of the Loch Ness Monster continues to captivate people's imaginations, and it remains one of the world's most
famous and enduring mysteries
The loch Ness
The volume surveys the eyewitness evidence, reviews the most reports, as well as photos and instrumental evidence
*The Loch Ness Monster buffs and other who've always wanted to know the truth about loch Ness
18. The Mary Celeste was a ship that was
found in 1872, abandoned in the
Atlantic Ocean.Despite a thorough
investigation, the reason for the
crew's disappearance remains a
19. The Ship's HistoryThe
Mary Celeste was built in 1861 in Spencer's Island, Nova Scotia, Canada.
It was originally named the Amazon and was used for transporting
goods such as alcohol, specifically Denatured alcohol.
In 1868, the ship was sold and renamed the Mary Celeste.
20. The Final Voyage
However, the crew, passengers, and Captain's log were missing.
Theories on the Disappearance
Over the years, several theories have been proposed to explain the
disappearance of the crew.Theories include piracy, mutiny, natural disasters,
and even supernatural causes.Despite several investigations, no solid
evidence has been found to support any of these theories.
The Mary Celeste remains one of the most enduring mysteries
of the sea.
Despite numerous attempts to solve the mystery, the
disappearance of the crew remains unexplained.
24. *Sukhwant Singh toiled a little
portion of the language script.
*The decoded script by him are
- details about
cultivate commercial crops.
- about auspicious timings and
much more knowledgeable
- Since 1969,it has been held
in Yale University
27. Nazaka lines
*)The nazaca lines are a series
of ancient geoglyphs.
*)It is located in the Nazca
desert of southern part of Peru.
*)They consists of hundreds of
straight lines, geometric shapes,
images of animals and plants.
*)The lines are typically between
0.5&1.5 km long
and range in width.
28. *)The purpose of nazca lines is still unknown
and there are various theories developed.
*) Especially the austronomical theory&
Aliens runway theory
*)The lines have been preserved due to dry
climate and minimal erosion in Nazca desert.
*)UNESCO declared the Nazaca desert as a
world heritage site in 1994.
31. Stonehenge is a very famous
prehistoric monument in the South
of England, in
Wiltshire. It was started 5000 years
ago during the Stone Age, around
3000BC. Up to 150 people were
buried there when it was just an
stones that we see today were
32. • HOW WAS STONEHENGE MADE?The earthwork was a circular ditch dug using
antler picks with a bank both inside
• and out. Bones of oxen and deer were found in the bottom of the ditch, along
• flint tools.
• The central area was about 100 metres in diameter and there were two
• There were 56 pits dug around the circle (called the ‘Aubrey holes’ after John
• Aubrey, who was thought to have first identified them in the 17th century) which
• were 1 metre wide and 1 metre deep, with flat bottoms. The purpose of these
• is unclear.
• Different people think they could have held
• timber posts, or stones, or were
• part of a religious ceremony.
34. • D.B. Cooper is a media epithet for an unidentified man who hijacked Northwest
Orient Airlines Flight 305
• The hijacker told a flight attendant he was armed with a bomb, demanded
$200,000 in ransom, and requested four parachutes upon landing in Seattle
• In 1980, a small portion of the ransom money was found along the banks of the
35. For 45 years after the hijacking, (FBI) maintained an active investigation and built
an extensive case file
Thus began one of the great unsolved mysteries in FBI history
37. •Where is "Area 51"?
•The So-Called Area 51 is a Section Of
the Air Force Base which is located in
Southern Nevada.The Base is owned by
the United States Air Force
38. In the year 1989, a man named Robert who claimed
he worked on extraterrestrial technology inside Area
51 said that he saw photographs of aliens.
• Many people have reported seeing unidentified
flying objects (UFOs) in or near Area 51.
39. • PROJECT BLUE BOOK
• Project Blue Book was the code name for
the systematic study of unidentified flying
objects by the United States Air Force from
March 1952 to its termination on
December 17, 1969.
46. •The Lost City of DwarakaA
historical and mythical city
located on the western coast of
IndiaA significant religious and
cultural site for Hindus
• Dwaraka is believed to be the
capital of Lord Krishna, one of the
most revered gods in
HinduismKrishna ruled over the
city during the Dwapara Yuga,
one of the four eras in Hindu
mythologyThe city is said to have
been founded around 3,000 BCE
• According to Hindu legends,
Dwaraka was a city of immense
wealth and prosperity
• It was believed to be protected
by divine powers, which kept it
safe from invaders and natural
• The city was said to have been
destroyed by the sea god,
Varuna, at the end of
the Dwapara Yuga
• In 1983, the Archaeological Survey of India
discovered the remains of a submerged city off
the coast of Dwaraka
• The remains were found to be at least 9,000 years
old, which supports the idea that Dwaraka was a
city of great antiquityCarbon dating and other
tests revealed that the city was once a bustling
center of trade and commerce
50. Religious Significance
Today, Dwaraka is considered one of the seven
holiest cities in Hinduism
It is a place of pilgrimage for millions of Hindus
from all over India and the worldThe city is also
home to several temples, including the
Dwarkadhish Temple, which is
dedicated to Lord Krishna
51. • The Lost City of Dwaraka
continues to be a source of
fascination and inspiration for
scholars, historians, and
• It is a testament to the rich
cultural and religious heritage of
India, and a symbol of the
enduring power of
mythology and legend.