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Shimla needs no introduction. The capital of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla offers picturesque landscapes and colonial charm. The scenic beauty of Shimla attracts travelers from all over the world. However, behind its rustic charm and natural beauty lies a dark side surrounded by terrifying stories of ghosts and the paranormal.

These lesser-known ghost stories in Shimla have been intriguing

'Invisible' gold worth $24 billion discovered in Johannesburg mine dumps!

A surprising event was the discovery in Johannesburg of a huge amount of invisible gold, the value of which is reported to be $24 billion . Steve Chingwaru, the researcher behind this discovery, originally set out to study this question as a master's thesis and later received a PhD due to his remarkable discoveries. He discovered the presence of approximately 420 tons of "invisible gold" worth $24

Madhya Pradesh: Prehistoric fossil wood artifacts discovered in Gugwa

Fossil parks are unique places that provide a glimpse into the Earth's ancient past. These spaces contain preserved geological and paleontological treasures, some of which are millions of years old. These parks serve as open-air museums, displaying fossilized remains of prehistoric life, including trees, plants, shells, and even traces of ancient creatures. One such fossil park is the National Fossil

Unique 1600-year-old Roman indoor swimming pool with frescoes discovered

According to recent events, archaeologists in the Albanian port city Durres have unearthed a remarkable find: a 1600-year-old Roman indoor swimming pool, rare in this region. Albanian archaeologists stumbled upon the remains of ancient villas once inhabited by the Roman elite.

Among these villas was one with an indoor swimming pool, but this was not the only noteworthy discovery. The entire

How deep is the Kola Well, the deepest man-made hole in the world?

The race to drill deeper into the Earth has sparked a global scientific competition reminiscent of the space race of yore. In 1970, Soviet geologists solved this problem by placing their drilling rigs over the Kola Peninsula, which extends east of Scandinavia.

If reports are to be believed, the deep drilling race began in 1958 with an American initiative known as as the "Mohole Project",

Why does Everest make terrifying sounds at night?

Mount Everest has captivated the imagination of not only climbers, but also scientists and adventurers. However, one of its mysteries managed to elude research for a long time. The mystery we're talking about is that after dark, eerie sounds can be heard from the glaciers surrounding the mountain's summit, adding an alarming dimension to its already formidable reputation.

In 2018 year,

Mysterious unknown structure discovered near the Pyramids of Giza

If you believe the latest reports, a significant breakthrough in archaeological research has been achieved in Egypt. The recent discovery of a mysterious structure buried under the sands near the famous Great Pyramid of Giza may likely change our perception of these ancient structures.

This remarkable find, detailed in a report published May 5 by a joint team from the National Research

A 300-year-old underwater city has resurfaced due to extreme heat in the Philippines.

According to the latest data, the remains of an almost 300-year-old city have reappeared in Philippines. Reports add that this was due to scorching temperatures in the region, which led to the partial drying up of a major dam.

According to records, the town of Pantabangan, which was flooded in the 1970s to build a reservoir, is coming out from water on extremely rare occasions when weather

Rare fossil found in Meghalaya: estimated to be 30-40 million years old

A team of Core Geo Expedition researchers has made a groundbreaking discovery in Meghalaya, unearthing rare fossil structures believed to be as old as estimated to be between 30 and 40 million years. The fossils were found during a survey in February 2024 deep in the remote village of Gongdap near Tolegri in the Southern Garo Hills region. Located about 10 km from the famous city of Siju, the area

Serbia: Archaeologists have discovered a 7,000-year-old prehistoric settlement

Archaeologists have unearthed a previously undetected prehistoric settlement of astonishing size in southeastern Europe. This prehistoric settlement is believed to date back to approximately 7,000 years ago, during the Late Neolithic period, and is located near the Tamis River in the Banat region of northeastern Serbia, a landlocked country in the Balkans.

“This discovery is extremely

Haryana: 400-year-old bronze idols of Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi discovered

According to the latest news reports, during a planned construction excavation at Baghanki village near Manesar, Haryana state, Three 400-year-old bronze idols depicting Hindu deities Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi were discovered.

The idols were initially hidden by the site owner but were later handed over to the Department of Archaeology, stopping construction for further study. At

France: Mysterious horseshoe-shaped monument discovered

A mysterious prehistoric site has been discovered in what experts are calling an "unprecedented" find. If reports are to be believed, the ancient structure was discovered during excavations carried out by the French National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research (INRAP) in the commune of Marlien in eastern France. approximately nine miles southeast of Dijon.

Excavations at this

Scientists discover huge fossil of 'world's largest snake' in Kutch, Gujarat

Palaeontologists have discovered a huge fossil of “the largest snake in the world that has ever existed” in Gujarat! The discovered remains of the creature date back to ancient times. This massive predatory snake is estimated to rival the longest snake to ever crawl the earth in size! The huge serpent, scientifically called Vasuki Indicus, is also mentioned in Hindu mythology as Vasuki.


Scientists have discovered a giant ocean 700 km below the Earth's surface
04.04.2024 Do you know?

According to the latest data, scientists have discovered a reservoir of water deep below the Earth's surface that is three times the size of Earth's oceans. The discovery was made at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois - scientists discovered that this cache of underground water lies about 700 km below us.

In their quest to uncover the origins of earth's water, researchers stumbled

First of April - I don’t trust anyone! What do we know about April Fool's Day?
01.04.2024 BrazilDo you know?

April Fool's Day, whose exact origins remain uncertain, owes its development largely to the influence of the ancient Romans, Western Europeans and the inhabitants of the British Isles, according to historians. It's interesting to note that April Fools' Day actually has a surprisingly broad history, given that it is built entirely on harmless deception. In some cultures, its celebration extends beyond

A complex of stone pyramids dating back more than 3,000 years has been discovered in the heart of Mexico.

Recent archaeological research has revealed that the ancient pyramids were used as ceremonial sites for indigenous communities. Situated in a vast archaeological area in Puebla, in central Mexico, these pyramids, more than a dozen of them, have attracted attention.

Over the past decade, archaeologists have focused on excavating three of these pyramids, forming what is called the

Archaeologists have unearthed a 14th-century fortified castle beneath a French hotel.

Recent reports indicate that archaeologists have unearthed the remains of a 14th-century medieval castle with a moat hidden beneath the courtyard of a historic hotel in France. Among the artifacts found were jewelry, padlocks and kitchen utensils, shedding light on the nobles who inhabited the castle for almost a century.

According to reports, in the spring of 2023, archaeologists from

Is the oldest temple in India located in Madhya Pradesh?

According to the latest developments, archaeological excavations are ongoing by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) at two mounds in Nachne village, Panna district, Madhya Pradesh are of considerable interest and importance. There is a possibility of the potential discovery of the oldest temple of India here, which has indeed caused considerable excitement and anticipation among historians,

The foundations of two temples were discovered during excavations in Ambajogai.

As per the latest developments, during the ongoing excavations at the Sakaleswara temple site near Ambajogai in Beed district, a unique discovery has shocked the locals and experts.

Reports add that the Archeology Department of the Government of Maharashtra has made an important discovery reported by a know-how official. They discovered two temple foundations in the premises of the Sakleshwara