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Superstition Mountains

Superstition Mountains

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This mountainous area in south central Arizona didn't get its name for nothing. And white men weren't the first to note its bad vibrations; the Apache Indians called it the Devil's playground.

Among the reported strangeness are:

  • An entry into a subterranean world. Those who claim to have penetrated the tunnel tell of the remains of ancient structures and a spiral staircase that leads down into the bowels of earth. Some say Reptilian humanoids have come out of these portals.
  • Time and dimensional shifts. Mary Sutherland relates her weird experience of "apportaton" at Apache Junction.
  • Spirit faces in the rocks.
  • A legend that the mountains were once guarded by a race of pygmies.
  • Location of the famous "Lost Dutchman" mine.
  • Site of the Circlestone medicine wheel, 6,000 feet up in the mountains - "an artifact that could be as important as England's Stonehenge," according to some researchers.
  • During the '50s, '60s and '70s, numerous UFOs were sighted around Flat Iron and Bluff Springs Mountain, which is adjacent to Circlestone. In 1973, two campers reported seeing a UFO land and then take off from the Circlestone area.
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