The anomalous zones of Russia are able to compete in the unusualness of the occurring phenomena with the Bermuda Triangle, the Gibraltar wedge, the Devil's Sea ...
In order to touch anythingunknown or frankly anomalous, it is not necessary to make a trip around the "places of interest" of the devil's belt. The anomalous zones of Russia have a rather branched network, confirming all possible theories about the existence of the icosahedron-dodecahedral structure of the Earth (EDS) and the predisposition of individual parts of the earth's surface to the occurrence of abnormal manifestations of different frequencies.
Among the most unusual places in Russia, most oftenThe Tungussky outbreak is mentioned in the Krasnoyarsk Territory, followed by the Shaitan Lake in the Omsk Region, the X-Town in the Yaroslavl Region, Lake Labynkyr in Yakutia, Myasnoy Bor in the Novgorod Region, the Medveditsa Range in Volgograd, the Mountain of the Dead in Sverdlovsk and others.
In addition to the fact that in the area of these geographical objects there are phenomena that go beyond the foundations of official science, they are also places of increased activity of UFOs.
Abnormal zones of Russia, unusualof the phenomena occurring in them constitute a fairly extensive list, which includes the Vitim epicenters from the Irkutsk region, and the non-existent Chukchi lake Elgygytgyn, and the Devil's Glade in the Krasnoyarsk Territory, as well as the Lake Labynkyr, the Tunguska ditch, the Medveditskaya ridge and the Mountain of the Dead.
Not only that the anomalous zones of Russia, likeall unusual places, cause rather subjective negative feelings, many of them have very unfortunate fame. The most dangerous of them are: Devil's Glade, numbering more than 70 dead and missing, Mountain of the Dead, for which there are 28 people, Yakut Lake Labynkyr, on account of which ten people. No less dangerous are the Sineus Barrow from the Vologda region, Medveditskaya ridge, Chertovo lair of the Volgograd region.
Anomalous zones of the Krasnodar Territory are not includedin one statistical list, but nevertheless the phenomena occurring in them, attract curious researchers with unusual manifestations and even death-dangerous originality. All of them concentrated in the region that was called the Kuban Triangle. Geographically, this is the south-western part of the Krasnodar Territory. Among the most famous are the famous Shapsug dolmens, the Novokuban circles appearing on wheat fields. There are also dangerous places, like an abnormal mine near Gelendzhik. In it, time accelerates. The most accurate chronometer is accelerated by two and a half minutes in two hours. Deep exploration of the mine ended tragically. And only a couple of brave men, who did not venture to descend below fifteen meters, managed to stay alive. Judging by their stories, the diameter of the mine does not exceed a meter, the walls are melted and shine like glass. Many agree that the Gelendzhik mine has an artificial origin, and its age does not exceed a hundred years. But nothing is known about such technologies at the moment.
There are in the area of the village Gladkovskaya (Tamanskypeninsula) strange wells, the appearance of which tried to ascribe to the research activities of the military, but those in turn in every way deny their belonging to their origin. A strange shape with a diameter increasing to the bottom, melted walls with temperatures of 1200-1300 degrees, the absence of excavated soil and the time of appearance no more than two years ago suggests the idea of their artificial origin. But whose hands this creation, which is an even platform on the top of the hill, where it is located in a circle with a diameter of twelve meters and five strange depths of three-meter depth, is not known.
Anomalous zones of the Rostov region associated withcatacombs of Aksai, are better known for all kinds of legends and stories with historical background. But even here there were sacrifices and strange phenomena. The victims of the Kobiakovo caves were two soldier-researchers who performed quite peaceful engineering reconnaissance in 1949. The corridor of the fortress museum "Customs outpost of the XVIII century" is haunted by a ghost woman, and local residents are in complete confidence that a strange predatory animal lives in the dungeon.
In the anomalous zones of Russia can be inscribeda city and a settlement with an ancient history. Legends and tales of strange phenomena can be heard in remote villages and even in the center of the megalopolis, such as the Bulgakov Museum in Moscow, "The Bad Apartment" or the Devil's Cemetery in the forests of the Angara River, where the village of Karamyshevo is nearest.