Aokigahara Forest | Case File 241

Spread the love

Support, Socials, Website, and everything ATT here:

On the northern slopes of Mt. Fuji, the volcanic soil is covered in a vast dark forest. It’s said the trees grow so thick with their canopies interwoven into a lush green blanket that even in a downpour, a hiker might not need an umbrella. In some areas, it’s said the roots of the trees grow in such a way that they look like they are reaching out and almost seem to writhe with dark intent. The forest is known for its almost complete lack of sound. No birds, no insects, no animals making forest calls. When some people walk into the primeval undergrowth, they immediately report feeling isolated and anxious, enveloped by the strangeness of the oppressive atmosphere. For years, Japanese authorities have posted signs on the forest edges, warning of the dangers of becoming lost within the shadow filled woods and urging those who are contemplating entering while under the dark influence of thoughts of self-harm should turn back. This case file, join the Theorists as they follow the breadcrumb trail into the phantasmal forest in the foothills of Mt. Fuji in…Aokigahara Forest

Advertising Inquiries:

Privacy & Opt-Out: