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Mystery 'Elmo tree' found by hikers

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Kids for generations have been asking, “Can you tell me how to get to ‘Sesame Street?’” But Julie Silvia may have found the portal into “Elmo’s World.”

Silvia had a friend visiting from central Massachusetts on Sunday, and they were looking for a spot to go hiking that would be new for both of them. Silvia frequently hikes throughout the Plymouth area, but thought she would give the Wishbone trail a go, inside the Myles Standish State Forest.

Using an trailfinder app, the two friends embarked upon the eight-mile journey. At about the six mile mark, crossing an overgrown path back to Bentley Loop, they discovered something very unusual—a large pine tree covered in Elmo dolls.

http://fun107.com/elmo-tree-discovery-tickles-plymouth-hiker/

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XenoFish

Well....that's weird. Reminds me of that island of dolls. 

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kmt_sesh

It's an Elmo cult!

They all stand around tickling one another.

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HollyDolly

well that's certainly strange. Sounds  like something out of Weird new Jersey magazine

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Podo
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Spend enough time hiking and backpacking, and you'll find lots of weird stuff like this deep in the woods. Hikers have a weird sense of humour. At the top of my island, there's a super remote route with a giant spruce on it, and the spruce is COVERED in shoes. Like thousands of shoes. People have been doing it for over a century. Hikers are a weird bunch. Here's a pic. Google "Cape scott shoe tree" for more.

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