Strangest Thing on Google Earth is in a Missouri Swimming Pool
Never underestimate Missouri's ability to surprise you. This is a perfect example. What do you think is the strangest thing on Google Earth? Give yourself a pat on the back if you said that it's what lies at the bottom of a Missouri swimming pool.
Go ahead and Google "what's the strangest thing on Google Earth?". I dare you. No matter what site you find, you'll find the following mentioned. It's a swimming pool at Whiteman Air Force Base.
Let's zoom down to that swimming pool for a closer look. That shape looks...familiar.
In case you're wondering, that's not a real B-2 Stealth Bomber at the bottom of the pool. Just the shape commemorating that Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri is the home to this weapon you don't want flying over your head.
Turbo Future is one of the many sites that ranked the stealth fighter in the Missouri swimming pool as one of the top 7 strange things on Google Earth which is impressive considering there are a ton of weird things in the world.
Leave it to Missouri to be asked about strange things and saying "Hold my beer". Stealth bomber at the bottom of a swimming pool? Done.
By the way, the new B-21 Stealth Bomber is rumored to be headed to Whiteman Air Force Base in the next few years. Wonder if they'll have to build a bigger pool when that happens? Asking for a friend.