Unfold your map of California, boot up your GPS, and hold on tight for a ride around some of our state’s most intriguing mystery spots. California is such a big state with such diverse geography and history that we have as many natural oddities as we have ghosts and monsters and mystery lights and just about anything else from the world of the strange. A lot of it is just legend but there’s also plenty that’s real enough for a memorable weekend road trip. Today I’d like to share with you some of my favorite places in California that either tickle the skeptical funnybone, or are just too darn cool scientifically to pass up.
Some of these places are so unique and valuable that their exact locations are secret. For example, the oldest living thing, a 4700-year-old bristlecone pine named Methuselah, is in California’s White Mountains, and its location has been kept a secret ever since an ev… (Read the rest at https://skeptoid.com/episodes/4056?utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=daily_archive_yt&utm_content=link_in_descrip&utm_medium=social)