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'UFO' Spotted On Google Maps With Tanks And Mystery Crashed Plane In The Desert

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'UFO' Spotted On Google Maps With Tanks And Mystery Crashed Plane In The Desert

Google Maps users are convinced they've spotted a UFO surrounded by military tanks and a mystery crashed plane on Google Earth.

Users can see a 340-foot teardrop shaped crater near Lone Pine Unified School District in Death Valley, California. Alongside it is an abandoned boat, and a few miles away, a crashed plane.

Have a look at the screenshots below. The tear-dropped shape is a dark blue and green colour, almost like a lake.

Twitter user CryptoTonight wrote: "Looks like the skeleton of a plane and maybe some wreckage?"

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"Also about 1.35 miles away, what's going on here with this random mound?"

Credit: Google Maps
Credit: Google Maps
Credit: Google Maps
Credit: Google Maps

Here's the skeleton plane spotted nearby.

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Credit: Google Maps
Credit: Google Maps

Earlier this year, users were baffled by what appeared to be houses glowing with laser beams. It could be aliens? Or it could be a house party.. who knows.

Google Maps and Google Street View are quality sources of entertainment - and of course, for navigation purposes.

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Over the years, all sorts of weird and funny things have been spotted on Google Maps.

A few weeks ago, we found this snapshot of a couple literally getting onnit on a car bonnet in Australia. It's since been coined the 'sideroad sex' photo.

You can even take a trip to outer space with Google Street View. Don't say we didn't warn you about the creepy space suits up there though!

We don't know why, but glitches with technology is always funny - and this glitch in Google Maps caused a trippy optical illusion with a road in Spain.

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And even though you can travel the world without leaving your seat with Google Maps technology, getting a job as the person taking those photos from a Google Street Car driver or Trekker is quite sought after.

Topics: Google Maps

Laura Sanders
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