We often hear the parents’ orders, before entering the jungle to guard our manners and speak. This is because these forests are considered being a place filled with people who are not naturally human and the mysterious things that have been going on in the forest for hundreds of years, along with the horror and mystery.
Here are the 5 most mysterious forests in the world:
Hoia-Baciu Forest, Romania
Located in northwestern Romania, this Hoia-Baciu forest is also known as the Romanian “Triangle”. This is because there are some cases of disappearances in the area.
For example, a missing 5-year-old girl was rediscovered 5 years later as if it were her first time in the woods 5 years ago. In addition, 200 goats and a dog were also lost mysteriously. Any mysterious stories take place in this area and residents of the area often warn visitors who want to enter the forest to be more careful.
Broceliande Forest, France
For the loyal fans the of King Arthur and Merlin. This Fôret De Brocéliande Forest is located in Britanny, France.
The scary thing about this jungle is that King Arthur’s half-sister Morgan Le Fay, who is also a witch like Merlin, confined the disloyal young men in the area. In addition, Merlin’s grave is said to have been located in this forest and in 1990 a fire had destroyed the tree leaves and made it look very dangerous.
Smolensk Forest, Russia
The forest became known for its mysterious story when in 1943 during the second world war, an estimated 20,000 military graves were discovered at that time. In addition, there was a tragic case in 2010 in which an airplane crashed and killed the lives of all 96 passengers, including politicians, military and businessmen.
Undeniably, the forest is surrounded by mysterious incidents that have taken the lives of many people.
Long Trail Vermont, USA
With 438 kilometers of hiking trails, the jungle once had a mysterious case in which a Bennington college student, Paula Jean Welden, was lost in a climbing area in 1946.
In addition, four other cases of missing climbers were reported in 1945 and 1950 and to this day remain a mystery.
Schwarzwald Forest, Germany
Also known as the Black Forest is derived from the meaning of the word Schwarzwald. This place is said to have mysterious stories that have never happened. For example, the story of the sight of a man with his eyes open and an unfamiliar face roaming the area.
In addition, some children entered this place to confess their sins and did not appear out of the forest.
22nd February 2020 12:48