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Aokigahara aka Suicide Forest

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I like to share about Aokigahara or better known as Suicide Forest is an area that is at one of the base area of Mt Fuji in Japan. This forest is generally a tourist spot famous for its park, rocky terrain, caves and also famous for its scary atmosphere The forest has a historic association with the paranormal like spirits and demons. Japanese mythology also associates to this forest. There are also noted suicides throughout the past years.

a cation to those who like to visit this link

may contain somewhat scary and eerie images

A link to some pictures http://www.buzzfeed....-suicide-forest

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Here is 20 min documentation about the forest

may contain more eerie images

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The forest itself looks very interesting. The tradition of suicides there, and the acceptance of it, is a cultural thing that I do not understand.

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