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A Storm Washed Away 100s Of Years Of Sand To Reveal Something Haunting On This Beach



It's Beautiful And Haunting...

#4 The Beach

#4 The Beach

Have you all seen 'The Beach' directed by Danny Boyle? The movie was brilliant, isn't it? Towards the end, were you scared by that movie. That movie signifies the importance of visual effects in Hollywood movies. The reason why we mentioned the movie here is that even this article is about one beach which is really beautiful but scary. Fondly, this beach is known as The ghost Beach. This Beach is in Oregon and when you'll hear it's history, you'll rather be shocked.

Here we show you a natural look into the ancient past and possibly the future. In Neskowin, a small coastal town, an old forest was once buried beneath hundreds of years worth of sand. After being unearthed in 1998 due to a storm that eroded much of the beach away, these ancient tree stumps have become a permanent fixture on the coast. All the required details are mentioned on the further pages...

#3 This Neskowin Beach

#3 This Neskowin Beach

The remaining on this beach are very old. The stumps of this ghost forest found under Neskowin Beach are estimated to be nearly 2,000 years old. Yes, this is how old these dead sticks of huge living organisms are. They were unearthed after a storm in 1998, which eroded much of the coastline. And this is what is left.

There are tons of more spooky things that you don't know about this beach. We've disclosed all of them further. So keep reading ahead.

#2 The Tsunami

#2 The Tsunami

Let's blame it on Tsunami. Even the History of this place states that the forest was buried between the years 1680 and 1720 by a massive tsunami that enveloped the trees. But this might just not be true as the evidence suggest otherwise...

#1 The Evidence

#1 The Evidence

The evidence that researchers got speaks in a different tone from Tsunami. Other evidence points to an earthquake that may have hit Oregon around the same time that would have caused massive landmass changes. But on a serious note, is it really important that how it happened? No matter how it happened, it stands as a reminder that Mother Nature is nothing to mess with.




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