Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

It’s the place in the Kaliningrad regon of Russia where trees do not grow normally. And the place without birds. The mystic place of the “dancing forest”.

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Over the first hundreds of meters away from the road it seems to be an ordinary forest.

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

But the further you go the more crooked its trees become.

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

It seems some power makes them bend.

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Psychics simply refuse to go further saying the energy field here is too strong.

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Only ordinary people may reach the centre of the forest. Some of them feel terrible headache, others, on the contrary, become full of energy.

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

This place could be shrouded in legends but these trees were planted only in 1961. Legends didn’t have enough time to appear.

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

It seems these trees feel pain.

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

They may crook and bend in different directions…

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

It is still unknown why it happens. But many versions exist: from larvae of butterflies to operation of a sabotage division of some German gliding school.

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees

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3 thoughts on “Anomalous Zone of Dancing Trees”

  1. “It is still unknown why it happens. But many versions exist: from larvae of butterflies to operation of a sabotage division of some German gliding school”

    What?

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  2. There are many forests like these around the Baltic Coast, not only in Kaliningrad. The “troll forest” (Trollskogen) on the Swedish island of Öland looks much like this one, tons of twisted pine trees.

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