Gravity Hill, Pennsylvania
There are a few fundamental laws of physics that we typically depend on, gravity being at the top of the list. What goes up must come down, right? Well, that isn’t always the case, or at least it doesn’t appear to be at Gravity Hill in Pennsylvania. “Gravity hills” are parts that seem to operate outside the laws of physics.
One such spot in Pennsylvania is a popular stopping-place for the curious and skeptical alike. McKinney Road is in Allison Park, not far from Pittsburgh, and is just one Gravity Hill in Pennsylvania. Another is in Bedford. When you visit the road, put your car in neutral, and your car will appear to roll uphill slowly. Other objects, such as balls, will do the same. While most people accept that this phenomenon is an optical illusion, some believe some unique magnetism exists.
These kinds of sites are located all over the world. There may even be one where YOU live!
The sky is not the limit with this last one…..