Located dozens of miles deep in the ocean, these are the most creepy places discovered by divers.
1. The Titanic’s wreck
Found 73 years after it sank in 1912, the wreck of the RMS Titanic paints a creepy picture of the aftermath of history’s most famous maritime tragedy. It is where more than 1,500 people perished, many of them buried underwater along with the giant ship.
Since the wreck was found, many units have attempted to pull it off the ocean floor. Unfortunately, no one has succeeded, and this mysterious ship has remained under the sea for more than a century.
2. The Bermuda Triangle
This area stretching between Florida, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda are one of the greatest mysteries in history. Over the centuries, many ships and planes that have traveled or flown over the Bermuda Triangle have disappeared without a trace.
One theory explains how the ocean here swallowed up thousands of victims with geomagnetic fields, strong tidal waves, other dimensions, or even the existence of extraterrestrials.
3. Ship SS Thistlegorm – Red Sea Bottom
SS Thistlegorm, a ship of the British Navy, sank after being bombed by German aircraft during World War II. The ship was destroyed and all its cargo is now on the bottom of the Red Sea. Through them, explorers and historians have the opportunity to recount the great horrors of war.
Divers exploring the area will find sunk tanks, guns, trucks, motorcycles and other wartime cargo. Since being found by Jacques Cousteau in 1955, the wreckage has become a major site for divers and explorers.
4. Las Cruces de Malpique undersea cemetery
The seabed off the coast of La Palma in the Canary Islands looks like a cemetery with more than 40 old crosses embedded in the ground – more than 40 tombs of missionaries murdered by pirates. They were on their way to La Palma, knowing that death awaits them. Their bodies were all thrown into the ocean bed.
Centuries later, in 2000, locals placed a cross for each missionary to honor them. The cemetery’s eerie atmosphere definitely matches the dark, tragic history of the place.
5. Neptune Monument
Neptune Monument is the largest underwater cemetery in the world. This area is 182km wide, located off the coast of Key Biscayne, FL.
After cremation, the bodies of the deceased were mixed with cement, poured into molds and carefully placed on the ocean floor by divers. A sign similar to a tombstone will be placed at each tomb. Not only is a dark and creepy underwater cemetery, this “man-made coral reef” is also a haven for many mysterious animals.
6. Oceanic Pyramid in Cuba
The pyramid city’s ghost in Cuba is probably in its origins. What happened there? Why is an entire city lying under an ocean more than 600 meters deep?
Why is it never mentioned in history? Since their discovery in 2002, these pyramids are known to the world. There is very little information about this city, most of which is confidential and not made public.
7. Mariana Trench
The Mariana Trench is the deepest known point on our planet. Only three people in history have reached the bottom point of the Mariana Trench (known as the Challenger Deep), with a depth of almost 11,000 meters.
Here, the seabed is pitch black, the water pressure is enough to kill you, and there are hydrothermal vents that blow out the water hot enough to melt the flesh from your body, so it’s hard to blame the houses. explorers are always afraid of the bottom of this death cliff.