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October 28, 2010

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Lyra Torres

There is a place like that in Florida. I haven't visited it but people claim to go backward uphill. It's in an equally remote spot.

Thanks for posting on my blog.

Dominique King

Lyra-Thanks for stopping by!
I've heard of a few other places like this in Michigan, including one in a nearby cemetery I'd like to check out one of these days.
It really was a strange sensation when you started to roll "uphill" and backwards!

CRAIG

I HAVE EXPERIENCED THE SAME ON INTERSTATE 77 IN VIRGINIA AND INTERSTATE 81 IN PENNSYLVANIA

Dominique King

Craig-Thanks for stopping by. I've found a lot of similar "mystery spots" listed online since I started looking for them. Happy travels!

CRAIG

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE ABOUT PLACES SUCH AS THIS. I TOLD SOME PEOPLE AT WORK THATI POURED WATER OUT OF A CUP AND SAW THEWATER RUN UP HILL. NOW ONE BELIEVED ME AND THOUGHT I WAS CRAZY.

CRAIG

I WAS TOLD BY AN ENGINEER IF I EVER WENT BACK TO THE PLACES I EXPERIENCED THIS, TO USE A LEVEL AS PART OF MY PROOF WHICH DIRECTION IS UP OR DOWN HILL AND FILM IT

Dominique King

I've heard that some folks have used a level and tried filming it when they're at a mystery spot like this. We didn't think to do it, though.

Randy

I have been there with a level and what "appears" to be up hill is actually down hill it's just a neat Optical Illusion.

Dominique King

I'd always heard about this place, so it was fun to go and see the illusion for ourselves :)

Troy

Gravity Hill!! The story i was told was a witch had a house down the hill in the orchard. A young boy was killed by the witch and his spirit is pulling you away from her and to the church where it is safe. Loved going there as a kid and loved taking my kids there as an adult.

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