Locals in Nepal are at a loss to explain how some 3,000 trees in a nearby forest in Banke, mid-western Nepal, collapsed in about 10 minutes.
The trees at the Shrikrishna Community Forest, some 360 km west of Kathmandu just started tumbling down. There was no gale, no storm that day. Just falling trees. Not knowing what to think or who to blame/give credit for, the locals are turning to supernatural theories.
“It’s a bad omen.” And, the District Forest Office (DFO) is taking no initiative to see if an UFO or otherwise was involved.
Spooky, eh? What could cause 3,000 trees to start tumbling down? Aslan maybe?
Image courtesy of crashmattb