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Russian Abnormal Zones: Shushmor Tract, Solovki Labyrinths and Meat Pine Wood
September 3, 2018 00:41


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Although we live in a developed society and in the age of high technologies, there are still many places that have not been studied and investigated thoroughly. Such places are called abnormal. Scientists and specialists in various fields try to solve the riddles of these places, but all efforts are vain. There are several abnormal zones in Russia.

Shushmor tract

There is one more anomalous place in Moscow Oblast which is called “Shushmor tract”, abbreviated as “Ushmor”. This is a very old and scary place. People have been missing there during several centuries. Neither remains nor bodies of them are found. There have been many attempts to explain this at least in some way, but nothing specific has been proposed. “Ushmor” also impresses people by its abnormal vegetation. Thus, for example, the grass that usually does not grow higher than the human knee, grows up to two meters here. Some trees have square trunks or incredibly thick trunks. There are no settlements near this place, only complete wilderness. Ufologists and other experts constantly record anomalies here. These include ball lightning, radiance and strange sounds.

Solovki labyrinths

Solovki labyrinths are located on the border of the Republic of Karelia and Arkhangelsk Oblast: there is a huge Solovki archipelago including more than one dozen islands of different sizes. Anomalous feature of these places is Solovki labyrinths. According to historical data, they were built in the Stone Age. Their appearance resembles unique spirals built of stones. The central part of the spiral contains a small hill built of stones. There are many versions of meaning of these labyrinths. According to one of them, these are old burials grounds of people, and they symbolize the transition of the soul from the living world to the world of the dead, besides, they prevent the entry of evil spirits from another world into ours.

“Meat” Pine Wood

This is a large forest with swampy terrain in the Nizhny Novgorod region. The name "meat" appeared due to the fact that during the Second World War, many soldiers died here - about a thousand of our compatriots and also German soldiers. In the mire of these marshes, hundreds of corpses remain to this day. All this creates a terrible and oppressive atmosphere.
According to eyewitness, there are ghosts, terrible cries and other sounds in this place. All these are the souls of unconquered soldiers. In these places birds do not fly, even animals bypass it. Residents of nearby villages say that getting rid of these anomalies in the forest will help only burial with the honors of all soldiers killed there.


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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Solovki Nizhny Novgorod Russian anomalous zones Moscow region  

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