GOOGLE MAPS / EARTH Easter Eggs And Secrets | Ep #3 | HD
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The third and last episode of Easter Eggs and Secrets found on Google Maps / Earth. I hope you enjoyed this series. Stay tuned for more content and series!
Music: Intro / Outro: My channel exclusive theme Main Song: I created it specifically for this episode Blues Brothers Clip: I have no idea to be honest
01. Blues Brothers Bridge Jump Scene (Google Earth only!) Tacony–Palmyra Bridge
02. UFO 45°42'12.4"N 21°18'07.6"E
03. The Smallest Church
04. Man On Water
05. Bing VS Google (Bing Car)
06. Google's Biggest Fan (Guy On the Google Car)
07. Monkey On a Bike
08. Woman On The Field 33.225488,-111.5955
09. Undead Donkey
10. Big Fat Man -21.805149,-49.089977
11. Creepy Village (Nagoro Japan Village)
12. HAMAD 24°20'39.1"N 54°19'31.8"E
13. Aggressive Parking
14. Hole On Earth 34°15'07.8"S 58°49'47.4"W
15. Hell's Gate Karakum's Desert Darvaza Turkmenistan
16. A Hole 48.142985,-123.169046
17. Bogota Girls
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Did you know that you can take tours of some of the most popular and famous museums in the world right on your computer at home? Not just museums either; you can take a virtual walk through art exhibits, prisons, mosques, factories, the Smithsonian, and even the White House. So if you ever find yourself bored and in need of something to do, take a look through a list of tours, you can take on Google Earth to find the perfect virtual experience for you. Sounds like the ideal way for criminals to case a place before actually heading in to do the job. Just saying. 7. Arizona Air Strips These airstrips in Arizona are said not to be used, and no one can remember any planes ever coming or going from them. It’s bizarre considering the relatively clean look of them, almost as if the desert sands can’t even encroach and bury the runways. You’d think that if it’s been significantly long enough since they’ve been used that they’d be extraordinarily disheveled and in ruin but that’s not the case. Makes you wonder just what they’re there for; what could the purpose of them be? We’re watching you Arizona. You’ve got some sketchy stuff going on. 6. Batman This big old bat symbol is thought to have been painted on the roof of an office building on Kadena Air Base in Okinawa sometime in the 1980’s. Kadena spokesperson Ed Gulick says that they know that the symbol has been on the roof for years and that it may have been some symbol of pride in a unit that inspired the painting. Although it’s known that it’s been there for a long time, no one knows for sure just who painted the bat symbol, but whoever it was is a superhero lover legend. The base is a restricted military installation, but whoever photographed it for Google Earth apparently didn’t get the memo. 5. Test Track This one is pretty neat considering it blends in an element of danger with fast cars or whatever else you’d want or need to test. This track in Turin, Italy is found on top of the Lingotto Building, which used to be owned by Fiat, and the track up top was used for testing their new cars. The Fiat factory closed in 1982, but the track has remained untouched. Can you imagine flying around inside a vehicle doing high speeds on a rooftop? Sounds like a blast and we’d love to give it a go ourselves. 4. Kraken This sighting took place on April 9, 2016, and it apparently caused a bit of a frenzy when it popped up on conspiracy theorists computer’s worldwide. Using a Google ruler tool on Google Earth, Scott C. Waring measured what he saw on his screen and concluded it was the mythical kraken, and spanned about 100 feet from head to end. He believes that what appears in the photo is just the mid-section of the gigantic mythical beast. Others think that it could be some human-made object, possibly a UFO coming up out of the ocean. Whatever it is, it’s a little spooky, and we would not have wanted to be anywhere in the vicinity when it created those waves in the middle of the open ocean. We’re not down to die. Not today, Kraken! 3. Penta-Park This giant pentagram-looking park was spotted in Kazakhstan on Google Earth years ago, and it caused a bit of an uproar. People quickly jumped to conclusions, assuming the pentagram was a symbol of devil worship and evil. The pentagram, which is 1, 200 feet in diameter, actually wasn’t even supposed to be a pentagram at all; it was meant to be a star-shaped campground but was never completed. Stars were highly common around Kazakhstan during Soviet rule, and it comes as no surprise that the campground would be fashioned into one. Even with the explanation, it didn’t deter many from throwing accusations of occultism and satanism, but rest assured, there’s no reason to get all fired up over a twinkly little star. 2. Gigantic Guitar This huge music-inspired masterpiece is located near General Lavalle, Argentina and was made by Pedro Martin Ureta. It’s said that the massive instrument was designed as a tribute to his wife who tragically passed at age 25. He planted over 7, 000 Cyprus and eucalyptus trees along ⅔ of a mile with his children over a couple of decades after his wife had the idea to form a guitar on the family’s land. Pedro has never seen the art in its entirety with his own two eyes as a traumatic event in his childhood left him with a fear of flying, so he has only seen it in pictures. Who knows, maybe his wife is still around, riding in the wind, playing a soft, whispering tune as she passes through the leaves on the trees. Oh, sentimentality. 1.