Special Report: Strange And Eerie Places
By Michael H. Brown
Are there certain spots around the world where inexplicable events -- very possibly supernatural ones -- consistently occur?
Why might this be?
What happens there?
Is there really any truth about areas, often large ones, where folks see or hear strange things, where lights are spotted, where scary specters are alleged, where it is even claimed people had vanished?
You've all heard about the "Bermuda Triangle." Perhaps also, off Tokyo: the "Devil's Sea." Hoax? Exaggeration?
Those areas have been debated for decades, but they're hardly alone. From California to Vermont, from Romania to New Jersey, are regions or locales where cars seem to be dragged uphill, where time seems to vanish, where scary things are seen alongside roadways -- roads where, by the by, many accidents, some unusual, are reported.
In the California case, those at the foot of a mountain assert they found themselves in a different realm entirely. There are also reports of spots in states like Colorado, Arkansas, Ohio, and Arizona.
Can we grant any credence to them? And if so, how so: what is going on? It's the subject of this "special report."
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