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    Nepal Snow Saddle Unsolved Mystery

    Tuesday, August 13, 2019 Last Updated 2019-10-23T12:53:02Z
    The Kangtega peak (aka “The Snow Saddle”) is a mountain summit in the Himalayas of Nepal. The peak stands 6,782 meters (22,251 ft) high and was first climbed in 1964.

    What is especially strange about this mountain is that a point on one of its faces is blacked out on Google Earth.

    This has led many to believe that it is a secret base for UFOs or a government hangar for testing futuristic aircraft.

    Although this is a possibility, many skeptics have claimed that it is nothing more than an accidental glitch.

    Scott Waring, a UFO blogger, states that the darkened patch on Google Earth coincides with the highest ridge of the mountains.

    It is away from the direction in which climbers approach the summit and is only accessible by air.

    Whether this is a secret landing base for UFOs or simply a glitch in Google’s mapping systems, we still do not know.


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