This Island Was Abandoned For 75 Years And No One's Brave Enough To Set A Foot On It! Ever Wondered Why?


When we hear the word “vacation” the first thing that probably comes to mind is the beach-- swimming in the water, diving in the sea, touring with the locals, and island hopping! But would you go have your vacation in an island that was left abandoned and uninhabited for about 75 years?

This Island Was Abandoned For 75 Years And No One's Brave Enough To Set A Foot On It! Ever Wondered Why?

Gruinard Island was seized by the British Government during World War II to use for an experiment of their chemical bomb in 1942. It was because the British dreaded a chemical attack from their opponents so they tested “anthrax”, their own chemical bomb.

This Island Was Abandoned For 75 Years And No One's Brave Enough To Set A Foot On It! Ever Wondered Why?

Since then, humans were prohibited from going on the island and no one but the British Government could go in there. It was soon announced that the island was contaminated by anthrax and it is poisoned and dangerous for anyone.

This Island Was Abandoned For 75 Years And No One's Brave Enough To Set A Foot On It! Ever Wondered Why?

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