“Mystery Hill - Onsted, MI” Waymark
Quick Description: Mystery Hill is another mystery spot where gravity is defied and water runs uphill. It’s been a tourist location since at least the 1950′s.
Location: Michigan, United States
Here in the Irish Hill area of Michigan is Mystery Hill. You’ll find a house built here where water runs uphill and inside many other gravity-defying stunts occur as well.
Each year, for over 50 years, guests come from all over the world and the United States to visit Mystery Hill. They are all compelled to come for various reasons; “My mother came here as a child,” “I remember coming here with my Grandfather,” “I drove by this place and just had to come and see what the mystery really was,” “I just can’t get this place out of my mind.” No matter what the reason, they come back time and time again, bringing relatives and friends to experience the mystery of our “crooked house.” People do remember the remarkable defiance of gravity, where you can see a ball roll uphill, and where folks are pulled from an upright position to an uncanny standing angle of nearly 45°. This strange phenomenon has been amusing and puzzling visitors to Mystery Hill for generations. Since there is a variety of things to see and do, no one leaves disappointed. Mystery is a family oriented “edutainment” center that offers fun for children ages 2 to 102. We welcome you to join us at any time of the year.
The main attraction at Mystery Hill is The Mystery House, where there is a stronger than average pull to the north which causes some of our basic laws of physics to work differently than normal. Stand at a 45° angle, watch a ball roll up hill, see water flow up hill and try other fascinating experiments! Come feel the power of Mystery Hill’s gravitational anomaly! What causes this unexplained pull?
Cars and balls roll uphill, people appear able to stand at impossible angles - all in contradiction to the laws of gravity and physics. What’s really happening at these curious locations?
There are dozens of mystery spots to be found around the U.S., and many more gravity hills - places where gravity itself seems to be warped. Our perceptions of up, down, straight and crooked are confused by what some say are powerful gravitational anomalies and dizzying magnetic vortexes.