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Aokigahara Forest  "Please reconsider" or "Please consult the police before committing suicide".

Aokigahara – La foresta dei suicidi: uno dei 10 luoghi più spaventosi al mondo

such a lovely, soberingingly soft peace So like my grandma's house. I can feel the damp air, mist & rain.

Shiratani Unsuikyo Ravine – Yakushima-chō, Japan | Atlas Obscura

Shiratani Unsuikyo Ravine

On our first full day in Yakushima, Rachel and I went to Shiratani Unsuikyo ravine. It was a beautiful nature preserve with great hiking trails through beautiful primeval forests.

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Most Beautiful Forests in The World - The Black Forest during night in Baden-Württemberg region, southwestern Germany. Photo by: Andy Linden



Mossy tree

Mossy tree

When the angel cries by Takahiro Bessho on 500px

When the angel cries by Takahiro Bessho on 500px

The Suicide Forest, Japan

Aokigahara, Japan -- Every year, about 100 people come to the sea of trees at the foot of Mount Fuji and never leave


Dark Wood, Peak District National Park, England, UK - Nature, so nurturing.

The Creepy Confines Of Japan's Suicide Forest. It is believed that the penchant for suicide in the area stems from the 1960 novel, ‘Wave of Trees’ by Seicho Matsumoto, in which the protagonists commit suicide in Aokigahara forest. The sight of hanging bodies in the forest is common, as is the sight of animals feeding on yet undiscovered corpses.  Aokigahara is considered the second most popular suicide location in the world, losing out only to the Golden Gate Bridge. Authorities have placed…

The Creepy Confines Of Japan’s Suicide Forest

Aokigahara Suicide Forest Resting in Mount Fuji's shadow lies a forest shrouded by death, the world's second most popular suicide location