Google Maps: The mysterious Room Contains Dinosaur Skeleton
Life Tuesday 4th of May 2021

Google Maps: The mysterious Room Contains Dinosaur Skeleton

The Reddit user, apparently spending a lot of time exploring something has just discovered a very interesting room that includes a Dinosaur Skeleton. Located in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, there are many strange items from the dinosaur skeleton to the tennis table.

While navigating on Google Maps, imagine a mysterious room you saw in the middle of the ocean.

Moreover, the interior of this room, which you cannot fully understand what it is doing in the middle of the ocean, contains also strange items.

This scenario, which sounds rather strange, came true with photos shared by a Reddit user recently.

This Reddit user, devoted to finding interesting images on Google Maps, came across a room with many unrelated items, from a giant dinosaur skeleton to books, clothes on the floor, and a tennis table.

giant dinosaur skeleton

Appearing in the middle of the ocean makes the situation 'interesting'

When you take a look inside the room; You encounter many strange landscapes such as a piano, skeleton pieces, a collection of butterflies, books, clothes, old paintings, a charging phone, a window that looks like it opens to the stars.

Mystery room has window

Mystery room contains piano

In this way, it seems as if each of the meaningless objects was carefully positioned and composition was formed. However, this could be the setting for a movie or a photoshoot for a university project. The strange thing is that the room is located in the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean.

When we look at the location of the photo on Google Maps, it appears as an 'unknown location'.

Probably as a result of a little mistake, no information has been added by the person who shared the photo about this room located in the middle of the ocean.

If you want to take a look at this room, each corner of which is full of interesting details, you can click here.

Magda Elvira
Magda Elvira A writer with endless curiosity and interest in all things science, games, and technology.

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