Strange & Mysterious
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Explore strange and mysterious places in the virtual world Second Life. You never know dark secrets you might stumble upon.
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Irreplaceable is a small mysterious island on the north west corner of the grid. Come explore this explore this beautiful island with its castle, forest, rivers, grottoes and even an undersea cave. Irreplaceable is more than an island, it is a journey of discovery and exploration.View this destination »
Fall down the rabbit hole and explore a twisted adventure in a new take on Alice in Wonderland, or dance in the Enchanted Alice club. There's so much to experience here, from the crying lady in the water to the spinning teacup ride. You'll need plenty of time to see everything in this wonderful place.View this destination »
Paradiso is well endowed with photographic opportunities. This soothing location is perfect for exploring with lovers, wandering or just enjoying the scenery. Paradiso is surrounded by waves and strange lilies, who knows what other mysteries you'll find?View this destination »
A once-great, clockpunk-ish city where the prosperous Residents were served by the miraculous mechanical automatons. The people have long since disappeared, but the automatons remained — and still take care of the crumbling stone walls, abandoned halls, and rusty fences.View this destination »
This sparse, minimalist build shows how a design can say a lot with very little. There might not be much under these charcoal gray skies but what there is leaves a profound impression.View this destination »
This Massachusetts town is rooted in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It's a mysterious place where the beautiful period architecture hides some darker secrets within.View this destination »
Interactive and highly entertaining, The Museum of Amazing Illusions features a hall of mirrors and many extraordinary and baffling magic effects with information on how they tie in to real life and associated history. Experience the magic for yourself.View this destination »
This reconstruction of the Neolithic site of Stonehenge attempts to explain its lithology and show how it must have appeared in ancient times. It demonstrates how rays of sun passed between the megaliths during the summer solstice.View this destination »
Visit this recreation of Robert A. Heinlein's "Crooked House" by Seifert Surface. Explore the interconnected rooms of the house, which is modeled on a four-dimensional hypercube. Learn more about the story behind the house's creation at http://pdx.be/efe8.View this destination »
Something sinister seems to be lurking in and around the Pyri Funfair, where you can brave the Tunnel of Love, explore a cave maze or uncover other hidden surprises.View this destination »
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