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Hoia Baciu Forest: The Bermuda Triangle of Transylvania

The Hoia-Baciu Forest is situated near Cluj-Napoca, Romania and is often referred to as the Bermuda Triangle of the country and it has a reputation as world’s most haunted forest due to paranormal activity and unexplained events there.

Reports have included, ghost sightings, unexplained apparitions, guardian angels and faces appearing in photographs that were not visible with the naked eye, and in 1968, UFO sightings were reported.

The last reported UFO was filmed over Baciu Forest in 2002 by two Cluj residents who lived on the top floor of a building on the outskirts of the neighborhood Manastur. The UFO was caught on film for 27 seconds and were described as a cigar-shaped bright object in the sky with a length of about 50 meters.

In the forest there is a magnetic area 300 meters wide and electronic devices are known to malfunction when introduced into the area. Tests with measurement devices have revealed electromagnetic interference, magnetic anomalies, microwave, infrared and radioactive emissions all in the abnormal range.

People have been known to disappear, strange lights have been seen and people entering the forest and experiencing missing time.

Some paranormal investigators have associated all these strange activities and sightings with supernatural activity and believe that the forest is a gateway to another dimension.

 
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