23 Dark, Creepy Google Earth Images That’ll Keep You Up At Night
10. This piece was created by Scottish gangster and convicted murderer, Jimmy Boyle, who designed the sculpture while he was still in prison. The 100f-foot-tall structure was created at Hunters Hall Park in Craigmillar, Scotland. Creepy.
11. This aerial shot of Okey Bay in the North-East of New Zealand sparked a conversation about sea monsters when that snakelike mark was revealed, but a boat is visible upon further zoom, which makes it much more likely that this strip is just the path the boat had taken.
12. This one looks super sinister but it’s actually just a bit of waterworks. The Beatrixpark Dock in the Netherlands was quick to go viral after people saw what looked like a trail of blood leading to a body. What’s actually happening, though, is that a wet dog who loves to swim had made his way up and down the dock, making a trail of water that created creepy-looking contrast against the dry wood.
13. Someone dig through Stephan Hawking’s work and figure out this black hole situation! Kangtega is a major mountain peak of the Himalayas in Nepal with a summit of 6,782 meters. What that black spot really is is the peak of the mountain. No one knows why the peak shows up like this on satellite images.
14. You can see several shipwrecks when viewing the waters off of Shatt al-Arab in Basrah, Iraq, from above. According to niqash.org, the General Company of Ports of Iraq estimates that there are about 36 shipwrecks in the area.
15. This crater, which is located in the Arizona desert, is about 1,200 meters in diameter and 170 m deep. You can really appreciate the scope of how huge this thing is from the air.