Mar 24, 2022 14:15 GMT+7
A house in Oxford, England caused a stir on social media when netizens discovered a large number of bicycles stored there clearly visible on Google Earth.
The world where we live is full of strange things. Even if we discover these strange things with the tools of advanced science and technology, they still have many mysteries.
Some people spend all their time ‘traveling the world’ on Google Earth in search of strange and downright bizarre things.
|The surprising truth about the house full of bicycles is clearly visible from Google Earth|
Recently, when looking at satellite photos on Google Earth, ‘cyber detectives’ discovered a strange house containing a lot of bicycles.
It must have been a huge number of vehicles to be visible from Google Earth. The police arrived at the scene of the house on Giles Street, Littlemore, England and discovered the unexpected truth. Most of the bicycles in the quirky house are suspected of being stolen. However, the 54-year-old man who lived in the house was released following an investigation.
Images from Google Earth spread on the internet, attracting the attention of netizens. “What did the man living in the house do with all those bicycles”, “Such a large number but no one noticed? Definitely suspicious behavior with a garden full of bikes pedal”, “Then the neighbors of this house didn’t see anything. Strange” … netizens commented.
The bicycles have been in the house for years, but it is not clear what the 54-year-old man who lives there does with them.
This is not the first time netizens have discovered the odd spot through Google Earth.
In 2018, images from the Google Earth map recorded an object that looked very similar to a UFO that crashed in an iceberg in Antarctica.
Tyler Glockner, of the UFO Secure research team, claimed that it was a submarine stuck in the snow, the object had “fallen from the sky”.
However, soon after, geologist Richard Waller of Keele University confirmed it was a natural phenomenon on Earth, not a UFO.
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