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Visit Center for Inquiry Travel for great adventure around the globe with the Jr. Explorers Club:

Skeptics are some of the most active sightseers around. This is partly because of their great wonder and interest in the world in which they are a part. It may also be due to the enjoyment that can result from exploring the many sites that have been associated with the paranormal realm and unraveling a few of their mysteries.

Just about every major tourist attraction has had an unusual claim or bizarre belief attached to it at some point in human history. There are also a large number of imaginary places and real or phony sites that have existed in the past and are connected to paranormal ideas. Even destinations beyond Planet Earth are worthy of hot debate and skeptical investigation. So, how about we compile all of this fascinating information in an online Skeptic's Travel Bureau?Here we will explore such sites as Loch Ness in Scotland, the world of the ancient Egyptians, the many haunted areas and UFO sites that are said to exist, imaginary places like Narnia, Atlantis and Neverneverland. We may even venture out to the stars and explore the strange places that are featured in Science Fiction, the old ideas about Martians and Vulcans, even the alleged activity taking place in the Andromeda Galaxy or on Orion's Belt.

The travel adventures included here will also provide content for the activities, investigations and research taking place in other areas on the Inquiring Minds web site. We welcome your participation and hope you will enjoy virtual traveling with the skeptics!

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Sacred Sites & Ancient Civilizations

The content in this area is based upon the work of Cliff Wassmann and has been created in cooperation with The Mysterious Places Web. We will be adding activity suggestions and investigative questions in the future.

Chichen Itza & The Mayans
Easter Island
Mysterious Mali
Stonehenge

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