Sea serpent, sea monster or whatever you call it, it was an amazing observation the three Norwegian men Andreas Solvik, Arvid Otterdal and Finn Nyhammer did on Wednesday 3rd August 2012. They were on their way back home in a boat when they saw something that made ripples on the water. It was in the lake Hornindalsvatnet in Hornindal in Sogn og Fjordane. Here they observed a strange creature that they believe could be a sea serpent.
In June 2011 Swedish treasure hunters in the Ocean Explorer Expedition captured images of something unusual deep down on the bottom of the Baltic Sea. They think they have made the find of a lifetime. The problem is, they're not exactly sure what it is they've uncovered. Now the Ocean Explorer Expedition search intensively for revealing the truth about the strange object.
Explorers searching for Atlantis have previously focused on the Mediterranean Sea as well as the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans. The lost city has been "found" many times through years. Watch the documentaries from National Geographic and BBC and make up your own mind about what is true.
The Easter Island has South American links. It`s concluded by the reseracher, and that`s give the Norwegian Kon-Tiki explorer Thor Heyerdal right about that Polynesians had South American roots. It is probably the most epic journey ever undertaken just to prove a point.
Akershus Fortress, Akershus Festning, or Akershus Castle, Akershus slott, is a medieval castle that was built to protect Oslo, the capital of Norway. It has also been used as a prison. This fortress is also reknowned to be the host of several ghosts.