”The no return” mysterious island
Near Rudolf Lake in Kenya, there is a mysterious island called “Envaitenet”, which means “no return” in the native Aboriginal language. The island is only a few kilometers long and wide, and the locals do not live on the island because they think the place was cursed, and the people who come here will disappear mysteriously and will never go back.
British explorer Vivian Foss led an expedition in 1935 to explore the area, and his two colleagues, Martin Scheverries and Bill Dyson, traveled to this mysterious island first. Five days later, two scientists did not return to the station. Flows dispatched the rescue team to that island, but they didn’t find any sign of Martin’s or Bill’s presence or activity, and there was only a deserted Aboriginal village on the island.
The island seems to have been completely abandoned. Flowserve also dispatched a plane to survey the island but found no clues. Local residents told Flows, many years ago, humans lived on this island. They relied on fishing, hunting, and exchange of specialties with residents outside the island for a living. However, for some time, residents of the island suddenly disappeared outside the island.
Several men outside the island went to the island to explore what happened. When they arrived on the island, they were stunned by the sight they were seeing. The village was abandoned. The house was left intact. And, the fish was still on the extinguished fire. Where did the island inhabitants go? Since then, no one lives on this island except for birds.