Mystery Spot

Today we went to an attraction near Santa Cruz, called the Mystery Spot. The Mystery Spot is very hard to explain, but it is basically one of three spots in America that experiences¬† a gravitational vortex, causing you to tilt at a seventeen degree angle when you are in the circle that experiences this phenomenon. It was one of the coolest things that I have ever seen in my life! There are many theories behind the Mystery spot, as it says on the website “Some speculate that cones of metal were secretly brought here and buried in our earth as guidance systems for their spacecraft. Some think that it is in fact the spacecraft itself buried deep within the ground. Other theories include carbon dioxide permeating from the earth, a hole in the ozone layer, a magma vortex, the highest dielectric biocosmic radiation known anywhere in the world, and radiesthesia. Whatever the cause is, it remains a mystery.” My personal favorite theory is that there is a hole in the ozone layer that is emitting a gas that causes you too hallucinate. Overall, it was awesome!!!

By the way, my grandparents from my dad’s side are visiting us until Wednesday.

when Mar-Mar out of the Mystery Spot, she looks closer in size to Be-bob; when she is in the Mystery Spot, she looks much smaller than Be-bob, due to her lean!
Our tour guide leaning off the table.
Leanin’
Still leanin’
Leanin’ on the table.
My new mustard skinny jeans, courtesy of Aunt Holly.

4 thoughts on “Mystery Spot”

  1. I thought for sure you’d go with the spacecraft theory! You know the one that aliens brought! Ha! At any rate it is cool! So glad Mar mar and B Bob are there to share your experiences.

  2. Wow very cool! I wonder what underground could cause this phenomenon, maybe something is warping the electromagnetic field in the area!

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