Mystery Spot in California defies laws of gravity; watch these amazing videos to find out how

01:01 PM Oct 07, 2018 |

If you believe that you need to go to space to experience absence of gravity, then you are wrong. There is a place on earth itself where you can see things and acts defying the law of gravity and physics. One such place is located in the California state of United States, known as the mystery spot. Mystery spot is a tourist attraction where people are able to experience acts and events defying the laws of gravity.

The place was discovered by George Prather in 1939. Prather was an electrician and mechanic by profession and during a visit to a forest area in California, he felt slightly dizziness. His found his compass moving in all directions at the spot. He became interested in the area bought three acre land on the place. He later came up with several structures on the place which show some events defying the law of gravity. He created a titled house on the place where guides perform various demonstrations to show unusual phenomenon that excites the visitors.


Some of such acts include ball moving towards one end on a straight wooden plank. Moreover, when water is poured on that straight wooden plank, it moves on one side of the plank. Moreover, the tilted house build in the mystery spot allows people to lean and tilt in an impossible angle against the gravity. Another illusion includes people facing changes in their height when standing at a wooden board. Also, there is a spot in the titled house where people face gravitational pull force when walking on a straight floor. The place became a major tourist attraction after the Second World War and is a popular tourist place in California.

Here are some of the videos which will give you an experience of the mystery spot.

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