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New Year in Aokigahara, the ‘Suicide Forest’ – steven.west

New Year in Aokigahara, the ‘Suicide Forest’ – steven.west

Aokigahara-Forest-104  Every year, a collection of police and volunteers conduct an annual body search of the land. During the event, corpses are always discovered, usually hanging from the trees. The Sea of Trees is reportedly the world’s second most popular suicide location after San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.

Aokigahara-Forest-104 Every year, a collection of police and volunteers conduct an annual body search of the land. During the event, corpses are always discovered, usually hanging from the trees. The Sea of Trees is reportedly the world’s second most popular suicide location after San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.

This Japanese forest is often referred as “One of the Seven Gates to Hell”. Also known as Sea of Trees, Aokigahara is a forest found at the base of Mt Fuji. It is also a suicide point for many. Almost 500 suicides occur in this place every year! The residents of the area believe that there is high intensity paranormal behavior found in this area and the woods are possessed by monsters, goblins, and beasts.

This Japanese forest is often referred as “One of the Seven Gates to Hell”. Also known as Sea of Trees, Aokigahara is a forest found at the base of Mt Fuji. It is also a suicide point for many. Almost 500 suicides occur in this place every year! The residents of the area believe that there is high intensity paranormal behavior found in this area and the woods are possessed by monsters, goblins, and beasts.

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Inside Japan's 'Suicide Forest' | The Japan Times

Inside Japan's 'Suicide Forest'

The Most Terrifying Places on Earth - Condé Nast Traveler  Aokigahara Forest (aka Suicide Forest) (1/2) Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan This seemingly serene forest at the bottom of Mount Fuji has an extremely tormented history. Colloquially known as “Suicide Forest,” Aokigahara is the world’s second-most popular site for suicides (after the Golden Gate Bridge)—in 2010 alone, 247 people attempted to take their own lives here, and 54 of them were successful. (© Robert Gilhooly / Alamy)

The 20 Scariest Places in the World

The Most Terrifying Places on Earth - Condé Nast Traveler Aokigahara Forest (aka Suicide Forest) (1/2) Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan This seemingly serene forest at the bottom of Mount Fuji has an extremely tormented history. Colloquially known as “Suicide Forest,” Aokigahara is the world’s second-most popular site for suicides (after the Golden Gate Bridge)—in 2010 alone, 247 people attempted to take their own lives here, and 54 of them were successful. (© Robert Gilhooly / Alamy)

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