Google Earth: unlucky destinations Google Earth

Google Earth has captured some of the spookiest destinations in the world

Google Earth uses satellite images to create a 3D searchable map of the globe, from deep inside the Amazon jungle to the North Pole, Google has made world travel accessible to the general public.

The navigation tool, widely used by everyday citizens has a habit of capturing some of the world’s most unexplained phenomenona.

An Engineer, Peter McMahon, recently claimed to have discovered the missing MH370 flight 10miles south of Round Island, near Mauritius.

Other uses have used the tool to uncover amazing natural phenomena such as an incredible tornado path that can be seen cutting through the countryside in Illinois, America.

To celebrate Friday the 13, the unluckiest day, the Express.co.uk has highlighted some of the unluckiest places in the world as seen on Google Earth. One site, in particular, is close to home.

Bhangarh, Rajasthan, India

The Bhangarh fort is referred to as the most haunted place in India. According to Tripoto, the area is a centre for paranormal activity with tourists banned from visiting the fort at night.

The legend goes that the Emperor who built the city, Macho Singh, did so after appealing for approval from Guru Balu Nath, an ancient ascetic living in the area.

He granted permission on one condition, the shadow of the palace should never fall on his meditative retreat.

If it did, the place would, unfortunately, crumble to ruins, which it did.

Alongside sightings and paranormal activity, the site remains one of the unluckiest and spookiest places in India.

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The Bhangarh fort is referred to as the most haunted place in India

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Melton has the highest rate of accidental deaths in England

The town has the highest rate of accidental deaths in England.

Melton Mowbray, England

Famed for its pork pies and stilton cheese, Melton in the UK is also home to a very unlucky secret.

Although it may appear to be a charming village on the outside, the town has the highest rate of accidental deaths in England.

According to a report published by the South West Public Health Observatory (SW
O) for the Public Health Observatories in England, Melton has the highest number of accidental deaths.

In 2011/12, 29 per 100,000 people were reported to have died as the result of an accident.

According to the Independent, Melton also had the highest number of years of life lost annually with 95.6 per 10,000 people.

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Five planes disappeared over the Bermuda triangle in the 1950s

Bermuda Triangle

Know as the “Devil’s Triangle” the west region of the North Atlantic Ocean has a very mysterious and unlucky past.

Stretching from San Juan in the south up to Bermuda in the north and Florida in the west, the spooky triangle should be crossed wearingly.

The rough triangle section of the ocean is where a number of aircrafts and ships are said to have disappeared.

According to Expedia, the most noticeable of disappearances happened in the 1950s.

A total of fiver figure pilots all mysteriously vanished while flying over the spooky triangle.

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