Do you wish to learn at the angle of 45 degrees like Michael Jackson or wish to see a ball rolling uphill? You got to visit these places. There are various spots which defy the laws of physics and have been a roadside tourist spot for decades
A piece of land consisting of a number of an interesting effect, some can be explained as gravity hill optical illusions while others are believed to be paranormal effects. The Oregon Vortex is a roadside attraction located in Gold Hill, Oregon, in the United States.
The Oregon Vortex, was referred to by the Native Americans as Forbidden Ground. Their horses refused to walk into the affected area, and the natives chose to avoid this place as well. A Scottish geologist and mining engineer named John Lister, developed the area in the early 1920’s and opened the Vortex to the public in 1930.
The Vortex has been drawing tourists since the 1930s with reports of strange phenomena, such as brooms appearing to stand on their own, and a spot where peoples' height seems to change based on where they're standing.
Official Site: Oregon Vortex
The Mystery Spot is a visual illusion–based tourist attraction. It was built by George Prather in 1939 and has been a tourist attraction for over decades. George Prather was an electrician, mechanic, and inventor before he opened the site.
It was built after WW II when George bought 3 acres of land and felt slightly dizzy while walking through his property. Out of curiosity, the structure was created and later open for tourists in 1941.
The highlight of the trip is walking into the main house where the 17-degree angle starts to really play with the brain. You can climb tables, hang from the wall and walk up the stairs, all of these things designed to mess with your mind and to provide some fun Instagram pictures.
Official Site: Mystery Spot