Scientology is an alien base. U.S.A. And many sites around the world are suspected of being Scientology bases. One of them is Trementina Bay in New Mexico, which can be seen from Google Maps.

A Possible Scientology Base

Google Maps finds a dumpster full of dead bodies in Chile. They are actually mannequins made of human form. But, littering the garbage cans on the pavement by the side of the road is creepy.

Bodies in a Dumpster

It is an ugly, big pink rabbit. There is no magic in it. Actually, the bunny is part of a Vienna collective art installation and serves as a hangout spot for visitors.

Giant Disfigured Bunny

Nogoro is a Japanese countryside. Residents of this village tend to leave it for better opportunities in the cities. As a symbol of all of them, lifeless figures are seen all over the village. This thing is creepy.


An underwater pyramid found on Google Maps in Hamas. Many tabloids and conspiracy-lovers hailed the discovery as proof of aliens, Atlantis and a variety of other things.

Underwater Pyramids

If you explore the streets of West Tokyo on the maps, you will see people wearing pigeon masks. It's dangerous and fun.

Pigeon People

Exploring Pripyat in Ukraine—the site of the worst nuclear disaster in history—is usually a terrifying experience. And it has that shabby look that we here at Listverse absolutely love. However, the creepiest sight in the whole town has to be a room full of abandoned masks, which is saying a lot in a town full of creepy sights.

Abandoned Gas Masks

El Bronx in Bogotá, Colombia was one of the most dangerous places in the city before it was demolished. The ordinary streets of that slum are many times more terrifying.

El Bronx 

The house where Ariel Castro kidnapped three women and held them hostage for more than nine years. . Except now, it's completely unclear. If the house is still there it will be just as creepy.

Ariel Castro’s Blurred-Out House

That of a 14-year-old boy in Richmond, California, whose body is shown on Google Maps. It was seen with police cars and a group of detectives standing around,

Murder Victim