Long before modern technology like cameras on our smartphones and the internet was even a thing, there existed telephone booths. We imagine that anyone who came across a stranded telephone booth like this wondered how they could tell the world about their discovery when they knew nobody would believe them.
While there are many disadvantages to our modern era, we don’t have to find one of these every time we have to make a phone call. It’s a good thing we can now carry mobile phones that make it easy to make a call and take a photo if we ever discover one of these in the forest.
Among the many trees, shrubs, and green undergrowth of this captivating forest, a scary woodland creature hides behind a tree. Clearly, he's not hiding very well, as his fearsome appearance has scared many unassuming hikers and explorers who have stumbled upon him; you can rest assured, knowing he isn't real.
He resembles every kid's nightmare, and if we were to come across him while walking through the forest, we'd probably faint at the very sight of him, and we're not sure we could recover! Apparently, this creature can be found on a trail in Charapan, Mexico, so if you ever go trekking through the woods there, be careful!
An Eerie Sighting
Is this a film set from a "Stranger Things" episode? Or maybe it's a weird, elaborate prank? It almost looks like two photos have been manipulated and put together. All we know is that it must have felt rather eerie walking through these woods and seeing something you've never encountered before.
But like many of the strange discoveries on our list, there's a perfectly logical explanation for it. This woodland area is actually just a huge pond that gets dry for a certain period of the year. Someone just found themselves walking through it while on a trail in the woods.
Clover Forest in a Bottle
Ever wonder what happens when an empty glass bottle becomes home to a garden of three-leaf clovers? Welcome to the resilient power of Mother Nature. It's like a mini terrarium, but one that must have been found in Ireland. According to Irish folklore, the number three is considered very lucky.
And honestly, is there a better way to garner some luck? We don't think so! Most people resort to eating black-eyed peas and pomegranate seeds in the hopes of getting lucky, while others make sure to never walk over a crack on the sidewalk. Finding a jar full of clovers seems like one massive stroke of luck!
A Dragon's Hideout
If searching for dragons sounds like an appealing adventure, then there's a special place for you in this neck of the woods we'd like to call "Dragons' Den," which has no relation to the popular TV show. Instead, this rock's silhouette looks exactly like the fire-breathing monsters from our childhood stories.
Whoever came upon this one decided to add some teeth and eyes! If you ever happen to go hiking through the woods, you might come across this tranquil escape near a scenic woodland area that is also home to the ruins of this dragon head. Be sure to take a pic.