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双语 | 世界各地11个让人不寒而栗的闹鬼森林,你怕了吗?

INSIDER 徽标 作者:sschmalbruch@businessinsider.com (Sarah Schmalbruch,Erin McDowell) INSIDER 中的 | 幻灯片 12 - 2: Sitting on the northwestern side of Mount Fuji, Aokigahara Forest (more commonly known as "Suicide Forest") is the definition of tragic beauty. Sometimes referred to as the Sea of Trees, it has been the site of numerous suicides, dating all the way back to the mid-1900s. In fact, a sign at the forest's entrance reminds visitors that "life is a precious gift" and to reach out if they are struggling.The reason for its reputation could have something to do with the fact that Japanese mythology has long associated the forest with demons. Plus, the tightly packed trees make it easy to get lost and even hear, providing an exceptionally isolated destination.Spiritualists in the country say Aokigahara is a hotbed of paranormal activity. But even if you don't believe in ghosts, you're likely to get spooked by the everyday items that litter the forest floor.

青木原森林在日本更广为人知的名字是“自杀森林”。

青木原森林(通常被称为“自杀森林”)坐落在富士山的西北边,是悲剧美的定义。这里有时被称为树海,它是众多自杀事件的发生地,其历史可以追溯到20世纪中期。

事实上,森林入口处有指示牌提醒游客,“生命是珍贵的礼物”,如果他们遇到困难,请伸出援手。

它之所以名声大噪,可能与日本神话长期以来将森林与恶魔联系在一起有关。另外,密集的树木很容易迷失方向,甚至听不到声音,这就提供了一个异常孤立的场景。 

日本的通灵者说青木原是灵异现象的温床。即使你不相信有鬼,你也很可能会被那些散落在森林地上的日常物品吓到。

Aokigahara Forest in Japan is more commonly known as the "Suicide Forest."

Sitting on the northwestern side of Mount Fuji, Aokigahara Forest (more commonly known as "Suicide Forest") is the definition of tragic beauty. Sometimes referred to as the Sea of Trees, it has been the site of numerous suicides, dating all the way back to the mid-1900s

In fact, a sign at the forest's entrance reminds visitors that "life is a precious gift" and to reach out if they are struggling.

The reason for its reputation could have something to do with the fact that Japanese mythology has long associated the forest with demons. Plus, the tightly packed trees make it easy to get lost and even hear, providing an exceptionally isolated destination.

Spiritualists in the country say Aokigahara is a hotbed of paranormal activity. But even if you don't believe in ghosts, you're likely to get spooked by the everyday items that litter the forest floor.

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