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BAND-E-AMIR, AFGHANISTAN - SEPTEMBER 6: Plants are seen along the edges of the clear blue water of one of the six lakes that make up Band-E-Amir National Park September 6, 2009 in Band-E-Amir, Afghanistan. Located in the province of the Bamiyan Buddhas, in central Afghanistan, the park was declared Afghanistan's first National Park on April 22, 2009. Its designation as a National Park will allow Afghanistan to apply for international recognition of Band-e-Amir as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Band-e-Amir has been a destination for Afghan tourists since at least the early 1950's, but tourism significantly declined during the 20 years of wars and Taliban rule. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

The 5 most mysterious lost, hidden, and haunted lakes on Earth. 5 of the strangest lakes in the world, including some secret and lost… if they ever even existed at all. Including an alien environment trapped in Lake Vostok, the lost ancient Lake of Conibas, unexplained music from Yellowstone lake, the missing Ink Lake of Algeria, and the vanishing lakes of the Badain Jaran desert.