23 Dark, Creepy Google Earth Images That’ll Keep You Up At Night
16. This pretty image is actually just the largest hot spring in the United States. The Grand Prismatic Spring is located in the Midway Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park.
17. This odd sight is Fort Bourtange, which was built in 1593 in the village of Bourtange, Groningen, Netherlands. The fort is currently home to a museum, but it looks super amazing and a little unsettling from the air.
18. Ah, the Nazca Lines. Located in southern Peru, there are a series of ancient geoglyphs that can only be appreciated from the sky. The largest figures are up to 370 m long and are believed to have been created between 500 BC and 500 AD. Their purpose and how they were so masterfully created so long ago remain mysteries.
19. This one definitely wouldn’t look abnormal from the ground, but one Imgur user screenshotted this section of cliffs on Google Earth and pointed out how it looks like the ocean is about to pour onto the land.
20. You definitely don’t want to stand behind these fighter jets. Those marks behind them are eroded bits of land that have been worn away by their toxic and super-hot exhaust fumes.
21. The Google Earth came flew over Michigan just in time to capture the scene of a horrific car accident.
22. The Alma College, a girls’ private school in St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada, was built back in 1878 but was destroyed by a fire in 2008 and many people are suspicious about how it started. In fact, two teenage boys were arrested and charged with arson. The building’s demise was captured by Google’s satellite showing the extent of the damage.
23. This image is of a very famous shipwreck. The Costa Concordia was wrecked off the coast of Isola del Giglio in Italy back in January of 2002. The Concordia-class cruise ship met its demise after it collided with a submerged rock and capsized later.