“The Mystery Spot is an area about 150 feet in diameter located in the redwood forests just outside of Santa Cruz, California. Within the Mystery Spot you will be baffled as the laws of physics and gravity cease to exist.
Discovered in 1939 and opened to the public in 1940, the Mystery Spot has amazed and perplexed hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world. Many return again to experience the puzzling variations in gravity, perspective, height and more.
Theories: Flying saucer fans speculate that cones of metal were secretly brought here and buried in our earth as guidance systems for their spacecraft. Other theories about what causes the Mystery Spot include carbon dioxide seeping out of the earth, the “highest dielectric biocosmic radiation” known anywhere in the world, and radiesthesia... whatever the cause is, it remains a mystery.”
I have not visited any of the Mystery Spots that are all across the country, but I was wondering if these are just tourist traps or are they natural areas?
Post by Einstein2 on Sept 22, 2004 16:57:05 GMT -6
Hi,Wisconsin Dells has the same kind of place to visit..I guess they say there are four or more places like that around the earth... The place I am interested in going is ,that place where you clime the hill you can't hardley come back down...I can't think of the name...No return hill???Your on your own.My folks went to see this place.I don't even know where it is,but it sounds kind of cool...I would go up the hill and see what happens. They said when you just started going up ...you already could tell it was going to be hard to come back down...Now that is real interesting to me.
About the place with radiation...It is probably an area that was used for lefts-overs from the nukes test site. I would bring a tester and find out where it is actually comming from, though I don't think they would let anybody do that! Just a thought!