As we all know the Earth lives by the laws of gravity discovered by Sir Isaac Newton. But there is time that this law can’t be applied which means there are gravitational anomalies in some places. A car can go upward with its engine off, a waterfall doesn’t fall, and a very heavy boulder can sit on top of a rock at a very strange angle without tumbling down in such places.


1.The “Reverse” Waterfall In England

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This waterfall’s water goes right up toward the sky and is located near Hayfield. It looks like a fountain too. The wind is the secret to the reverse waterfall. The water that falls down is caught by the wind and pushed back up. The height of the waterfall is 78 ft.

2. The Road At The Foot Of Mount Aragats In Armenia

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There’s a mountain that blows people’s minds on the border of Turkey and Armenia. Thousands of travelers visit there every year to see the amazing anti-gravity phenomenon. The car will go uphill by itself if you turn off your car engine at the bottom of the mountain. A nearby river is also goes uphill. According to many people who’ve been here it’s easier to go uphill than to go downhill.

3. Hoover Dam In Nevada, US

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You can try a simple experiment once you climb up to this dam which is 726.4 ft tall. When you try to pour some water out of a bottle, it doesn’t flow down as usual, but it will fly up. This happens due to the strong airflow.

4. Devils Tower, Wyoming, US

Devils Tower, Wyoming. The Black Hills on a summer sunset.

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Devils Tower is located in the Bear Lodge Ranger District of the Black Hills which is a formation. It looks like a most important sight in Wyoming due to the perfect shape and size of the mound. Climbers visit there very often. But climbers that have gone up Mt. Everest can’t climb to the top of Devils Tower. It’s only 1,267 feet tall. It’s impossible to get to the very top and it would be even harder to return back down because of its steep walls.

5. The Mysterious Road In South Korea

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Empty bottles and cans usually roll uphill on this road in the Jeju Island. This place is named as a tourist attraction by inventive authorities and they have even put a plaque nearby that shows where the gravitational anomaly starts.

6. The Golden Boulder In Myanmar

KYAIKTIYO, MYANMAR – FEBRUARY 16, 2018: The unique Buddhist shrine with Kyaiktiyo Pagoda on the top of the boulder, balancing at the edge of granite rock, Kyite Htee Yoe Mount, on February 16 in Kyaiktiyo.

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This rock is covered with gold and you’ll think that it’s going to fall down at any second. But it has been sitting in the same place for 2,500 years. The boulder is at 49 feet high along with the pagoda built on top of it. It says that this boulder is held by Buddha’s hair that is inside of it. This cannot move by anyone and even nature hasn’t thrown it down yet and it also not fixed. Women aren’t allowed to touch the stone as it’s said that only a woman can move the boulder.

7. Stone Of Davasko In Argentina

8. A House Of Mysteries In Oregon, US

There is a remote cabin in a deep forest built near the mystical Oregon Vortex which is called “Forbidden Ground” by Native Americans. It says that there is some kind of a spherical force field, half of which is below ground level and the other, above. People can feel reality in a different way in there. It’s really hard to walk here and you need to hold on to the walls to prevent yourself from falling into the sea.

But, a broom here doesn’t fall. It will continue to stand upright even if you place it in the cabin and even the balls roll up on a completely flat surface. Even some tourists have used special devices to measure the tilt and angle but, there’s no trickery here.

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