Anomalies

Vortex Hunters: Charting Portals Across the Globe

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If you’re looking for a quick getaway, you might find Vortex Hunters to be just the thing you need. It’s an interactive map of various alleged vortices and portals said to exist around the world.

Clicking on an individual point takes you to a page describing the vortex location. They’re separated by vortex type: Energy, paranormal, triangular, etc. Also included are so-called “mystery spots,” UFO hotspots, and ancient sites thought to contain supernatural energies.

Some highlights include Ireland’s Hill of Tara (which some claim is home to high “Earth energy fields”), Angkor Wat in Cambodia, and the Devil’s Tramping Ground vortex in Bear Creek, North Carolina, where objects are known to vanish if left in the area’s mysterious ring overnight.

Also on the map are Ivan Sanderson’s Vile Vortices and the Thompson Park Vortex in Watertown, New York.

It’s good to know we have a lot of options.

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Rob Schwarz

Rob Schwarz is a writer, blogger, and part-time peddler of mysterious tales. Editor-in-chief of Stranger Dimensions.

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