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Zona Magica, Colima, Mexico. Cars roll up-hill, defying gravity, unexplained!!!!
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09-25-2012 03:00 AM

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stars Zona Magica, Colima, Mexico. Cars roll up-hill, defying gravity, unexplained!!!!
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The Magic Zone looks like an inclined hill like many others, but for a 300-meter stretch of road, round objects (including water) move uphill rather than downhill. This oddity makes this zone a very interesting place for tourists and also for scientists who would like to explain this strange event.



Some say that behind this fabulous, unusual and strange weirdness lies a simple explanation: an optical effect. It happens because our sight cheats us, they say, making us think for some reason that there is a hill, when actually there isn't. According to them, it isn't magic, it's pure physics. But others are not so sure, and claim strange magnetic properties or witchcraft is at work.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LX4FQnj73gw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9Zh7HZIbzA

Found this earlier today and seems very interesting. Couldn't find any real scientific research on the area but there is a large number of videos such as these on youtube and I don't think it is merely and optical illusion. Some of the videos seem questionable but the sheer number of them makes it hard to refute.

There are a lot of myths and strange sightings around this area as well.

Quote: http://zonamagica.org/
Just minutes above the beautiful whitewashed "Magic Town" of Comala, approximately 15 minutes from the center of the city of Colima, in the state of the same name... is a very special area fondly known as 'Zona Magica' (the magic zone).

A very special place that vibrates with energy, yet so small that if you were to close your eyes for one minute, you would miss it entirely. A tranquil zone on the way up to the Volcan de Fuego (volcano of fire), a few minutes before the town of Suchitlán.

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Earth Child
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09-25-2012 03:41 AM

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RE: Zona Magica, Colima, Mexico. Cars roll up-hill, defying gravity, unexplained!!!!
Seems like a tourism ploy, definitely something they would do in Mexico.

Intriguing none the less!

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09-25-2012 11:49 AM

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RE: Zona Magica, Colima, Mexico. Cars roll up-hill, defying gravity, unexplained!!!!
This phenomenon is everywhere in the world, always attributed to optical effects.
I think this phenomenon is real.
There once was a group of German researchers that really tested it with good GPS. It turned out to be real but still unexplained.

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RE: Zona Magica, Colima, Mexico. Cars roll up-hill, defying gravity, unexplained!!!!
Earth Child  Wrote: (09-25-2012 03:41 AM)
Seems like a tourism ploy, definitely something they would do in Mexico.

Intriguing none the less!

Heartflowers

LOL. Tourism of WHAT? There's nothing there except Jose and Pedro. Charging admission to see the wonder site.
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