Feb 3, 2024
Migratory birds flying over Jatinga village during the monsoon season plunge headfirst into trees, buildings, poles, and other objects, crashing to death. These events occur during the dark and foggy nights.
Almost everyone in this village has doubles, as soon as you walk in! Currently, there are over 200 pairs of twins living in Kodinhi. Doctors believe that chemicals in water and the general diet in the area is responsible for this.
At the Kongka La Pass, a number of UFOs and odd humanoid figures have been sighted. The locals think that aliens are residing in the area because of this!
The first red rains to fall in Idukki occurred on July 25, 2001, and continued intermittently for two months. According to scientists, the red particles are airborne spores of the local alga growing in the area.
Situated 11,000 feet above sea level, the Magnetic Hill is among the most mysterious destinations in India. Cars going up the hill automatically get pulled up of their own accord.
Roopkund Lake is a glacier lake with around 300-600 skeletons beneath its frozen surface that can be seen every year when the ice melts at this mysterious place in India.
More than twenty thousand rats live in the Karni Mata Temple. These rats—known as "kabbas"—are revered, protected, and regarded as extremely auspicious.
Of the 70 pillars at Lepakshi, one appears to be hanging in midair, meaning it doesn't have any support. This Lord Shiva temple is one of India's most mysterious places.
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