Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Anomalies from above

There have been lots of attempts to put all paranormal activity on a map, and, since there are lots of them, they are all fragmentary. I was even tempted once and started creating a database of paranormal activity and weird places on Greece, but it was soon forgotten. You see, you can actually place a pin on a map, but, unless you where the witness, you have absolutely no clue as to the validity of the claim or event. They saw an alien? Maybe it was a deformed kitten, and so on.
But there is a definite charm in searching Google Earth to find some huge unexplained weirdness.
Here comes http://www.googleearthanomalies.com, a decent attempt to locate unheard-of megalithic weirdness, uncatalogued crop circles and some really strange holes in the dirt.
Something good can come of it, right?

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