9. The stones move by themselves
Death Valley is a long, narrow valley in the eastern region of the Mojave Desert, California. This is also the land with the lowest terrain, the driest and hottest climate in North America. Prominent here is a large, dry lake with rocks (up to 320kg) capable of moving on their own and leaving behind long trails on the cracked ground.
Many theories have been put forward to explain the movement of rocks such as due to the influence of magnetic fields, whirlwinds, layers of slippery algae, thin ice or even the involvement of extraterrestrial beings. Soil.
However, the phenomenon of moving stones in the area of the valley of death has remained a mysterious problem that has not been solved for many years.