1. tanay C

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    It is weird here. I see things I could not amagen. Zombys, gnomes, talking pigs. Its strange but I can get thou it

  2. Krysta Garrison

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    An experience worth living. The West Coast Is The Best Coast. 🙂

  3. Norman Baker

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    My wife and I visited the Oregon Vortex in May od 2013. It is a fascinating, interesting experience. The tour guide was excellent and answered questions and helped us take photos to demonstrate the whole phenomenon. Just an excellent experience! Unfortunately they do not let you see or experience the center of the vortex. However, we purchased a book for $10:50 on our Visa Card and were told the book would be sent as soon as the reprinting was done. I have contacted them by email on their website twice about sending the book. They do not respond to my email and tell me the status of my order and they have not sent the book after seven months. Something is not right about this whole transaction. Be wary of this place and their ability to do what they say they will do. I will gladly give them the review they deserve if they would simply send the book and conform to standard business practices.Norm Baker

  4. Keyondra Sunderland

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    It’s ok for something to do while you’re in the area. There is nothing mysterious about things rolling up hill when the entire house is tilted in the opposite direction of said hill. More like a bunch of party tricks than anything else.

  5. Michelle Vidanes-Bartolome

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    The tour guide was very knowledgeable of the place and its history. He also had the smart ability to include the audience’s participation in the tour. Personally, upon arriving at the place, it felt like there was a looming weirdness that was hard to pinpoint. The clocks on our phones changed their days and times. If you are into optical illusions, mystical magnetic fields, this is the place for you to enjoy and get mesmerized.