Strangest Things Found in the Middle of Nowhere

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  • Published on Oct 19, 2018
  • The earth is a large and mysterious place and the more we search, the random things we may uncover made by mother nature. Humans have left their mark in isolated places, assuming that no one may ever see it again. Until now. From random villages left behind to become dust in the wind, waterfalls where you might least expect it, here are strange things found in the middle of nowhere.

    14. Giant Hand of the Desert
    It almost appears as though a giant zombie is rising from the ground in the middle of the atacama desert in Chile. Located in one of the driest places in the world, it features a hand popping up in the middle of nowhere. This was built in the early 1980’s and apparently hands rising from the desert was an actual obsession from the sculptor. Luckily, it's not a giant zombie that was buried and is coming back to life. This is located near the Chilean town of Anto-fa-gasta and it measures 36 feet high from the ground. Dry desert places are already pretty creepy by themselves, but then when you add a zombie hand to the mix, you might start to have nightmares.

    13. Wav An Namus
    Libya is a fairly large country in Africa that appears to be the same color for miles and miles. But from aerial view, you’ll notice a large black dot that seems to stand out! This is Waw an Namus! It’s an oasis that formed in the middle of a volcanic crater and the change in color of the sand is from an extinct volcano that once spew lava in this area. It’s name is translated to Oasis of Mosquitos due to large amount of mosquitos here and it was unknown outside of Africa until the late 19th century, when a French soldier was kept prisoner here. It’s served as an important watering hole for caravans trying to make it across the vast Saharan desert and it kind of stands out if you’re in the area.


    12. UTA Flight Memorial
    A shocking plane crash took place by a French airline which was attacked by terrorists while flying over africa in 1989. The plane was flying to Paris, France from brazzaville in the congo when an unexpected event took place. In order to show respect to those who perished, a memorial that can be seen from above was placed on the location of the crash. The desert sands have covered up much of the memorial since then and you get an idea how isolated any survivor must have been. There are also 170 Broken mirrors and each one represents a victim of the hijacking
    10. Liza-cough Pentagram
    Located in Kazakhstan, not too far from the russian border is where you’d find this mysterious pentagram in the middle of nowhere. An isolated region surrounded by a lake is where you’ll find this mysterious symbol which is sacred to paganism, witches, and other secret societies. You could probably only tell what it was if you were looking down at it from a plane from above. The 5 sides of the star represent the 5 elements of earth, air, water, space and fire. It doesn’t really seem like there are any roads ready. Rumor has it, that it was built by a group of summer campers from a nearby camp who may have had a thing for satan
    9. Fort Boyard
    Located in the western part of france off the coast of the city known as Rochefort stands an extremely isolated fortress which was built in the 17th century and later upgraded by Napoleon. It was meant to protect the harbor and the nearby, Ile d’aix to the northwest. Enemy ships however would simply sail around it and avoid making contact, essentially making it useless. Walls of the tower measure up to 60 feet high and capable of garrisoning 250 men. Although it’s close to some cities, you really don’t see this kind of thing too often in the middle of the ocean.

Comments • 349

  • Watch Topic
    Watch Topic 9 months ago +25

    SO excited about this video. Loved collabing with you American Eye!!

  • djkillcrazy
    djkillcrazy 2 months ago

    ForWUT ree-SON aRR yoo putTING SUch weIRd emPHA-sis on var-e-ous wherdz in your sen-tenses?

  • jjdpg
    jjdpg 2 months ago

    Number 9 is from a television show

  • Benoit Crevier
    Benoit Crevier 3 months ago +1

    READ and LIKE IF U WERE WATCHING ThIS TV SHOW WHEN YOU WERE YOUNGER...Its called fort boyard in french. Long time ago there was a skills tv show on this fort. Celebrities would go there to participate to the game. After those skills test, ppl would win tips they could use for '' le pere fourra'' questions.. Felindra would the lock the tigers in so participants would gather gold coins as fast as possible before felindra release the tigers.

  • RandomnessArLizu
    RandomnessArLizu 4 months ago +2

    The thing in the thumbnail is a hotel not some mysterious thing, that is accessible by boat

  • Nat Taylor
    Nat Taylor 4 months ago +1

    Ballarat in Victoria, Australia is pronounced BallarAT, not Ballaray.

  • Vizsla Hut
    Vizsla Hut 4 months ago

    None of these are really in the middle of nowhere at all

  • highsierra05
    highsierra05 4 months ago

    The majority of the nuclear craters in the Nevada nuclear test site, were made by underground nuclear detonation. The craters were formed when the ground, above the detonation site, collapses into the cavity, created by the underground detonation.

  • Sara Blomberg
    Sara Blomberg 4 months ago

    Nr 9 , Fort boyard? Really? That place has been on primetime tv since I was a child, im born 89. Its a damn tourist trap.

  • Greg Jones
    Greg Jones 4 months ago

    It’s pronounced Bal/a/rat Ballarat (Australia)

  • JUST ENJOY 84
    JUST ENJOY 84 5 months ago

    Amazing places..wow

  • Manning Kinney
    Manning Kinney 5 months ago

    Lmfao literally put half the script in the description

  • d r
    d r 5 months ago

    I see the petty whiners are in the comments section.

  • ron petersen
    ron petersen 5 months ago

    could hardly understand this bimbo

  • mountain prepper
    mountain prepper 5 months ago

    The one on the thumbnail is off a british kids show

  • Adam Augustine
    Adam Augustine 5 months ago

    I had a dream about number 5 before, I was on that pillar in that old house... Strange

  • ColoJan
    ColoJan 5 months ago

    Awesome...I live in Naturita, CO, which is 4 miles from your #3 Nucla, CO.

  • Hank Williams
    Hank Williams 5 months ago

    To the narrator. Please stop mumbling the names. I had no idea where most of the places were but surely wouldn't have had a clue finding them on a map since I coudn't tell what the name was.

  • Sell it now
    Sell it now 5 months ago

    thumbs down for the irritating noise in between places

  • Cheryl
    Cheryl 5 months ago

    Fort Boyard was also used for a tv show of the same name for a few years.

  • ProcraftFan
    ProcraftFan 5 months ago

    You stole it from mind boggler

  • Laura Cullen
    Laura Cullen 5 months ago

    Middle of Nowhere !!! Really ??? What is their zip code; I want to send a postcard.

  • Blake Burrows
    Blake Burrows 5 months ago

    Hey just want to let you know that mind boggler copyied your video they made the same video and they literally used your script said the same thing bout the wifi and earthquake on the house on the hill and I just think u should get more credit his video has millions of views but copied you just thought u should know u were 2 months ahead of him

  • Melissa Lawrence
    Melissa Lawrence 5 months ago

    Yooo yall word for word copied Chills on most of these narrations.... Smdh never watching yall again.

  • Felix Nicholson
    Felix Nicholson 5 months ago

    So since when did places in the middle of nowhere or not close to big cities become creepy? Some people spend a lifetime trying to find a place in the middle of nowhere to live! Otherwise how come each of these places has a population of at least one?

  • Mob01971
    Mob01971 6 months ago

    Ballarat in Australia, the T is not silent

  • Robert Garcia
    Robert Garcia 6 months ago

    The last one was a downer. Each item spoken about was quit interesting and you guys spent time on it. The rocks got 10 seconds and not that interesting

  • Anorkhil
    Anorkhil 6 months ago

    3rd time she called it a " zombie hand" I was like, f it. . . I'm off

  • Kamron Grant
    Kamron Grant 6 months ago

    Balleray? Is that how you pronounce it there? Bloody hell

  • Aura Voicu
    Aura Voicu 6 months ago

    georgia is not a country in europe but it belongs to west asia.....americans always mess up on geography.

  • Nicholas Brennan
    Nicholas Brennan 6 months ago

    At least she don't sound like she had a rod up her arse as he does. Also Americans can't spell or even punctuate properly. It's not the American people's fault that their government works towards having a more illiterate country

  • Jo Gould
    Jo Gould 6 months ago

    BTW its pronounced Balla - rat NOT Balla-rae. Just saying :)

  • Adam Nolton
    Adam Nolton 6 months ago

    Lets do this the hard way...'Balla.....Rat'...NOT 'Balla...Rey'!!

  • Kail O'Meara
    Kail O'Meara 6 months ago

    Its said Ballarat not Ballaray

  • TheTanjis
    TheTanjis 6 months ago

    Fort boyard are actually a adventure pleace know with task rooms/escape rooms. I Think you can go there as a turist but its used by european tv show where themes of celibirtis compet against eachother. Sorry bout the spelling but im sick and english arnt my mothers thung and dont have the energy to care

  • Dave Shaffer
    Dave Shaffer 6 months ago

    You may think the raspy voice sounds cool, but it doesn't.

  • YellowDog Delta
    YellowDog Delta 6 months ago

    Good info

  • Blue Tube
    Blue Tube 6 months ago

    ru-clip.com/video/fhsQsB4pvWk/video.html

  • LonelyLeo100
    LonelyLeo100 6 months ago

    Counting is not that hard. You went from 12 to 10. I always thought 11 was in the middle.

  • Manas Sharma
    Manas Sharma 7 months ago

    Fort Boyard 🙄

  • William Maurice
    William Maurice 7 months ago

    It's uncommon to find it difficult to listen to someone speak due to the unnecessary extra punctuation and pauses.

  • Priestly mean I
    Priestly mean I 7 months ago

    I live in sweden and That water fortress in place 9 we use for a tv program

  • wspe61
    wspe61 7 months ago

    really wanted to like this, but narration drove me away.

  • John Jacob
    John Jacob 7 months ago

    Is there a UFO above the Little AleInn ? At 6:03 is a perfect shot..

  • Raphael R
    Raphael R 7 months ago

    Fort Boyard is a television show in france

  • dremid445
    dremid445 7 months ago

    Ugh this is so dumb, 3:10 - a satanic pentagram? Yeah, either that or it's just your typical Soviet star, one of the most obvious symbols for communism, still featured today on China's flag. Kazakhstan was still a part of the USSR until 1990ish...

    • dremid445
      dremid445 5 months ago

      @Felix Nicholson Hahaha, womp womp

    • Felix Nicholson
      Felix Nicholson 5 months ago

      Poor thing, she probably doesn't know what the USSR was...

  • zzaayden
    zzaayden 7 months ago

    The star was built by the soviets as it was the symbol of communism

  • Perfectly Frank
    Perfectly Frank 7 months ago

    you keep saying the word "nucular" are you inventing words? what does this mean? did you in fact mean to say the real word NUCLEAR?

  • Woody Fawksy
    Woody Fawksy 7 months ago

    Fort Boyard has been hosting a huge french TV show by the same name since 1990 now. I think it would have been a bit important to precise it haha

  • camron hopf
    camron hopf 7 months ago

    It's called Balla rat unless you are a septic tank

  • Kiss Muass
    Kiss Muass 7 months ago

    I couldn’t listen anymore. Sounds like Barbies little sister squeaking

  • Sashà
    Sashà 7 months ago

    The music in the background is too loud and it is very hard to understand the speaker.

  • Shea'ton Russell
    Shea'ton Russell 7 months ago

    They may rarely punish their citizens for choosing not to own a gun, but their loose mandates are more about making a statement than enforcing a law.
    1. Kennesaw, Georgia
    Kennesaw has the most well-known gun mandate in the country. In 1982, a law was passed requiring heads of households to own at least one firearm.
    Other cities have used Kennesaw as an example for gun mandates
    2. Nelson, Georgia
    Nelson unanimously passed an ordinance making gun ownership mandatory in 2013.
    3. Nucla, Colorado
    Nucla became the first city to mandate gun ownership in Colorado.
    With just around 700 people, Nucla passed what they call the "Home Protection Ordinance" in 2013, but does not actually enforce it.

    4. Gun Barrel City, Texas
    Gun Barrel got its fitting name as a safe haven for outlaws like Bonnie and Clyde during the Prohibition era.
    The city's motto is "We shoot straight with you."
    5. Virgin, Utah
    In 2000, the city council passed an ordinance making firearm ownership mandatory. The mayor at the time encouraged this move because most citizens had already owned guns.

  • Bonni Moeller
    Bonni Moeller 7 months ago

    Its N-U-C-L-E-A-R. Where is the "U" that you imagine between the "C" and the "L"? Use your phonics, please. I had to stop watching.

  • Son of Anarchy
    Son of Anarchy 7 months ago

    Half of these things ARE NOT in the middle of nowhere...

  • no one
    no one 7 months ago

    THey literally just made most of that up

  • rob duncan
    rob duncan 7 months ago

    aleinn...the rare triple entendre, and all in the same word. well played

  • Maria Cupo
    Maria Cupo 7 months ago

    Lame. Pentagons have nothing to do with Satan. There are a lot of these types of channels on RU-clip. Moving on.

  • Swedish badazz
    Swedish badazz 7 months ago

    No 9 is on channle 4 on T.V in Sweden every year. We call the show "Fångarna på fortet."

  • Jasmine Bridgett
    Jasmine Bridgett 7 months ago

    I like her voice 😁 sorry guys you should let her take over sometimes.

  • Neil Aspinall
    Neil Aspinall 7 months ago

    Girlie you have to learn not to mumble and also learn how to project your voice, you sound like your talking to your BF in bed.

  • Dedsec
    Dedsec 8 months ago

    I wonder how much a Geiger counter would go off in that crater

  • NeoGeo64
    NeoGeo64 8 months ago

    You sound hot. I'd smash.

  • Paul Jarrett
    Paul Jarrett 8 months ago

    it is Ballarat not ballaray can't you see the T at the end!!

  • Thomas Ewing
    Thomas Ewing 8 months ago

    Nuclear is pronounced new-clear, NOT new-cular.

  • J w L
    J w L 8 months ago

    You really just stopped typing at 9. thumbs down and block. waste of a channel. just a lazy money grabber.

  • Jeremy Dolby
    Jeremy Dolby 8 months ago +1

    Noo-Klee-Er

  • Potato aim
    Potato aim 8 months ago

    Ok so no one is gonna talk no.11🤔

  • Trish Tran
    Trish Tran 8 months ago

    This comment section is so rude.

  • Josh Cantrell
    Josh Cantrell 8 months ago +1

    Most colorful thing in the desert? I have to disagree. Go watch the sunset over the painted desert, you can't tell where the earth stops and heaven begins, it's breathtaking!

    • Uncle Larry
      Uncle Larry 7 months ago

      Josh Cantrell I keep clicking on your comment and it soo annoying

  • AcidAnt922
    AcidAnt922 8 months ago

    This one time I got lost in a Walmart.

  • Darney Adams
    Darney Adams 8 months ago

    That star is not from satin but Wicca and it called the pentagram

  • Andrew Good
    Andrew Good 8 months ago

    Omg her voice is so much better to hear than the guy.

  • Ryan Boone
    Ryan Boone 8 months ago

    You sound sexy

  • Lucy Sanders
    Lucy Sanders 8 months ago

    Why - does she talk - like - this? It's - so - annoying I had - to stop - watching

  • levi marken
    levi marken 8 months ago

    Richat Structure aka the lost city of Atlantis

  • levi marken
    levi marken 8 months ago

    music sculpture in MN

  • joseph praytor
    joseph praytor 8 months ago +1

    area 51 is NOT a play were they have alins and ufos it a air force base were they nest new military plays and stuff like that and the camo dudes are there to stop people from getting to close becauseplanes can blow up

  • Khajtriana McGirl
    Khajtriana McGirl 8 months ago +1

    Also, what happened to video editing to make sure things are pronounced correctly, spelled correctly, information is correct, locations are accurate, and the person narrating can actually be heard and understood?......

  • Khajtriana McGirl
    Khajtriana McGirl 8 months ago +5

    Space is not an element... water, fire, earth, air, spirit are the 5 elements...

  • Kay X
    Kay X 8 months ago

    Yeah, but where's the building in the ocean located at? Click bait

  • Khatia Khvichava
    Khatia Khvichava 8 months ago

    კაცხის სვეტი😍

  • Bomb Boom XD style
    Bomb Boom XD style 8 months ago

    As I visited my grandma in North Dakota I saw that base

  • Eli Avila
    Eli Avila 8 months ago +8

    I got tired of listening to your croakie 🐸 frog voice like the Kardashians type, that is so annoying

    • Robert Haworth
      Robert Haworth 7 months ago

      It's called "vocal fry", and is supposedly characteristics of a high percentage of US women 14-24. They pick it up from role models. Purpose is unknown. Hers is especially pronounced.

    • V1
      V1 8 months ago +1

      That rude

  • LuckyakaKhaos
    LuckyakaKhaos 8 months ago +1

    Nucla is not the only city that requires all citizens to own a gun.. Kennesaw Ga is a city where it is against the law not to own a gun. Just a fun fact.

  • Iamanoob Plaz
    Iamanoob Plaz 8 months ago

    IT IS BALLET RAT

  • ddavel5441
    ddavel5441 8 months ago

    Very sexy voice, much better improvement.

  • Jay Bee
    Jay Bee 8 months ago

    kak

  • Keith Smith
    Keith Smith 8 months ago

    U speak way to slow like other girls

  • Natasha Alexander
    Natasha Alexander 8 months ago +5

    Number 1 was super lame. It is literally on the side of I-15, one the busiest freeways in the world. Next time I'm driving to Vegas I'll be sure to piss on it.

    • rockero1313
      rockero1313 6 months ago

      it says "in the middle of nowhere", not "inaccessible".

  • Shannon Hassan
    Shannon Hassan 8 months ago

    Ballerat doesn't have a silent t!!!!!!

  • devoidone
    devoidone 8 months ago

    Ballarat is pronounced bel - lar - rat

  • Rick Starr
    Rick Starr 8 months ago

    the "t" in Ballarat is NOT silent you simp!!

  • BrainsickSaiyan
    BrainsickSaiyan 8 months ago

    Cringe jokes

  • Whaleshrimp
    Whaleshrimp 8 months ago

    So exciting I fell asleep!

  • official - mistoryguy
    official - mistoryguy 8 months ago

    9 is the fort boyrd

  • Kira Kiona
    Kira Kiona 8 months ago

    first of all , thats a pentacle, and secondod all penticals and pentagrams arnt satanic, there a symbol in wicca

  • jose garcia
    jose garcia 8 months ago

    youtubers need to stop lieying and giving us the wrong info just to be famemous

  • Big Daddy Milk
    Big Daddy Milk 8 months ago

    All these people say her voice annoying but I don't know, I think you sound cute honestly