In January 2017 a giant two-mile long crack was found in the Arizona desert, and guess what; this wasn’t the weirdest thing we’ve found in Arizona, and it’s not even the weirdest thing we’ve found in the desert this month!
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So are you wondering what kind of strange item could possibly outdo the discovery of a two-mile crack in the desert? In 2008 archaeologists working in the Chinese region of the Gobi Desert discovered a grave which was over 2,700 years old. Another entry from the Gobi Desert concerns these strange markings, which were observed by members of the public via Google Earth back in 2011. This piece of fancy neckwear once belonged to King Tutankhamun of Egypt, but what’s interesting about it is the origin of the yellow-green Scarab jewel in the centre. For once a clickbait title is gonna live up to its billing, but unfortunately this story has a far from happy ending. Geraldine Vargas and her husband were wandering around the Arizona Desert back in 2013, when they stumbled upon this crazy business.When the ill-advised invasion of Iraq took place in 2003, one of the things that surprised everyone was the lack of Iraqi aircraft faced by the Western powers. Yeah, the title sums it up pretty neatly.Back in 1983 the Atari video game company was not having a great time. This next entry was not so much discovered in the desert, but created.
Video credit to Strange Mysteries YouTube channel