Origins of 11 Unreal and Out-Of-Place Artifacts Explained

The Baigong Pipes are a frontal door of a "pyramid". Credits: Strange Unexplained Mysteries

The Baigong Pipes are a frontal door of a “pyramid”. Credits: Strange Unexplained Mysteries








An out-of-place artifact is an object which exists in a place in which it is highly unlikely to exist. These artifacts are highly controversial because many look for evidence that may negate the theory of evolution and support religious theories about the creation of the world, ancient astronauts or vanished civilizations that possessed advanced technology and knowledge than our own. Here is a list of 11 out-of-place artifacts explained.


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1. Baigong Pipes Are Associated With A Pyramid Built on Mount Baigong

The Baigong Pipes are pipe-like objects that were found near Mount Baigong about 40 km southeast of the city of Delingha in China. The Baigong Pipes are linked to a “pyramid” about 50 to 60 meters built on Mount Baigong. The front side of the pyramid is said to have three caves, where the mouths of two caves have collapsed. Only the largest cave can be entered. It is in the cave that two Baigong Pipes have been found. One of these was described as a reddish-brown “half-pipe” being 40 cm in diameter.

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