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Oregon Considered

10/31/2007 - Oregon Vortex Offers A Spooky Mystery For All

October 31, 2007

1031_vortex_350.jpgFor most of us, Halloween is about candy, costumes, and spooky stories. But at the roadside attraction known as the Oregon Vortex in Southern Oregon Halloween marks the end of a long season.

It’s Oregon’s so-called “mystery spot” -- where water runs uphill, gravity seems off-kilter and short reporters like Harriet Baskas appear taller than they really are.
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