Bodies of water are by their very nature mysterious and creepy places.

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Anjikuni Lake is located in the Kivalliq Region of Nunavut, Canada, and it’s here in 1930 that an entire village of Inuits disappeared seemingly overnight.There can be no doubt that London’s River Thames contains a fair few secrets beneath its waters, as at 346 kilometres long there’s plenty of room for artefacts and evidence to become lost in the murky depths. The Philippine Island of Palawan is a stunning tropical island full of mysterious life that until recently was previously unknown to mankind. Strange Mysteries is far too cool to do an entry on the Bermuda Triangle, so let’s instead take a look at its Pacific Ocean equivalent – The Devil’s Sea.The Mariana Trench – not to be confused with the Marinara Trench which is a subway sandwich I just invented – is the deepest part of the Earth’s ocean, stretching over 2,550 kilometres and sinking down an astonishing eleven kilometres into the Earth’s crust. The Silver Bridge was a roadway which once straddled the Ohio River at Point Pleasant, connecting the states of West Virginia and Ohio.Lake Vostok is one of the largest lakes in the world, but it’s not its size that makes it impressive; it’s the fact that four kilometres down, beneath a layer of ice, this freshwater lake has remained sealed off from the rest of the world for over 15 million years.