Scotland Has a Spectacle Similar to Casper’s ‘Gravity Hill?’ [VIDEO]
Most locals know of the tree on Garden Creek Road as you drive up to Rotary Park. Where you stop the car. Put the vehicle in neutral. Then watch as you are pulled uphill. It is the most notorious of the 7 Wonders of Casper, Gravity Hill.
Turns out we are not alone. Scotland has its own version of Gravity Hill. It is called the Electric Brae located in Ayrshire. The hill draws so many tourists and locals to stop in the middle of the road and turn off their engines, they put up a warning sign, according to The Scotsman.com.
If you ever wondered why Gravity Hill or the Electric Brae pulls you uphill, the truth is it is not magic gnomes, mystical ferries, or whiches on Casper Mountain. Because of the slope and the horizon being obstructed .... yadda yadda yadda ... some complicated geometry stuff ... It is purely an optical illusion. Your eyes are playing tricks on you. What you perceive is not real. Maybe it is witches after all?!