These enigmatic spheres, appearing as though they have been haphazardly scattered on the beach, exude an otherworldly aura.
The mysterious sunken boat could have been used in a ritual, and the main clue comes from the bones of an unlikely animal.
The snake-covered head of Medusa was found on a silver military decoration at a Roman auxiliary fort in England.
Preserved in the sand were the remains of a unique timber circle dating back over 4000 years, to the Early Bronze Age.
Barsa-Kelmes has been terrorizing the locals since antiquity, with a series of creepy legends and ancient beliefs.
Although Ponce de León did explore Florida in 1515, the story about the Fountain of Youth did not become attached to his journeys until after his death.
The ancient underwater city of Kitezh is shrouded in myths and mystery, but there are many indications this place really did exist before it was destroyed.
Although Aztlan has never been physically identified, it has been described as an island. Rather than an island in the sea, it is an island upon a lake.
The mystery of Zerzura – the Sahara’s fabled city of gold remains unsolved to this day. Its inhabitants, who were said to be descendants of the ancient Egyptians, had concealed the city's location to protect their wealth.
The legend of the gold and silver mines of Muribeca dates back to the 16th century, when the Portuguese explorer Diego Álvares was the only survivor of a shipwreck near the coast of the northeastern Brazil.