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Trees floating in the air (photo)

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In a very special place in a forest I believe is 'haunted', I found these 2 trees, no roots, suspended in mid air.

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possibly they are branches that broke off from a tree but still held up by the twines ?

I've seen it in the Malaysian jungles ...

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Here, I'll admit that I've found your posts about Native American villages and such interesting in the past, but come on.

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I feel like I'm at pre-school story time, sorry the Candy House from Hansel and Gretel would have looked more convincing.

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Here, I'll admit that I've found your posts about Native American villages and such interesting in the past, but come on.

They're suspended by vines.

It took the right combination of events to make that happen.

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Go back into those woods and pull on those trees.

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The logical conclusion is that a person put them branched up in there.

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Wow, that's pretty cool looking. lol :tsu: It don't make sense but interesting.

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Some could've been broken tree tops, held up by all those criss-crossing other branches???

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Some trees grow in between other trees and get branches intertwined. Different trees grow at different rates an literally yank the nearby tree up by their roots which die and break off leaving a tree suspended just like that. No mystery just a rare but not unheard of thing.

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I don't think he thinks these trees are floating by magic.

I think he means that he believes the area to be haunted and these trees are weird too.

Ok, I hope, thats what's happening

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Are forest damages caused by storm a mistery meanwhile?

Curious.

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I don't think he thinks these trees are floating by magic.

I think he means that he believes the area to be haunted and these trees are weird too.

Ok, I hope, thats what's happening

My point exactly. Thank You.

Nothing else like this in these woods. I've been hiking them 3 times a week for over 20 years.

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I just see a bunch of tangled branches and dead leaves.

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I've seen stuff like this around where I live. I don't think it's anything at all unusual.

Also, I know what you mean now after reading through the thread, but your original post makes it sound like you were trying to say that the trees were just levitating in the air.

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Also, I know what you mean now after reading through the thread, but your original post makes it sound like you were trying to say that the trees were just levitating in the air.

I can understand that, and I plead guilty-ish.

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<_< Frustrated.... I don't seem to be able to see what everyone else is seeing. See.
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Please tell me I don't have to be the one to explain what this OP is speaking of.. All that is happening is a HORRIBLE optical illusion. One the OP, having been there, would know is fake! It is simply leaves around the base of trees lol.... :no:

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Please tell me I don't have to be the one to explain what this OP is speaking of.. All that is happening is a HORRIBLE optical illusion. One the OP, having been there, would know is fake! It is simply leaves around the base of trees lol.... :no:

No, you're wrong bro.

These things are about a foot or two off the ground, suspended by some kind of thick vine.

Not common here in Massachusetts.

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We just had a fresh dustng of snow.

Colorado, if I go out there tomorrow and take more pictures, will you buy me a beer?

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Colorado, I just looked at your previous posts and see you posted a freaking photo a fetus.

You're sick, dude. A blind know-it-all.

If somebody else wants me to take pics with snow, I'll do it.

You're one sick f-er.

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If they're suspended by vines, what's the problem? Sorry I'm not getting the suspicion of it?

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He didn't mean for it to be suspicious i think.

He thinks the area is haunted, these vines are neat.

Everyone else misread.

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He didn't mean for it to be suspicious i think.

He thinks the area is haunted, these vines are neat.

Everyone else misread.

So the trees have nothing to do with the haunted land its on?

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So the trees have nothing to do with the haunted land its on?

I believe the trees are a result or a symptom of the strange vibe of this area.

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