News ID: 319623
Published: 1028 GMT January 24, 2022

Scream Forest in northeastern Iran

Scream Forest in northeastern Iran

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Undoubtedly everywhere in the world, if people want to have a picnic, they will choose a forest or park to spend their free time with their friends and families. But keep in mind in some places having fun can end with a frightening scare. Just imagine sitting in the woods and spending time with friends. Then it starts to turn dark, and little by little you start to hear terrifying screaming coming from all around you. Just like trees screaming at night as the moon rises, reported.

Scream Forest is located in Sarborj Village of Mashhad, northeastern province of Khorasan Razavi. Some locals who live there believe that the screams heard from the forest are due to goblins and demons roaming. But the reality is behind this strange sound. These sounds are essentially the sounds of crickets.

The forest hosts hundreds of domestic and foreign tourists annually due to its terrible phenomena. However, for the same reason, many people choose to return to the start of the road to run away out of fear. The days of this forest are normal and calm. However, at night, a strange and terrifying sound is heard from the trees of this forest. It sounds like a whistle or a scream that is heard as soon as it gets dark and continues until dawn.

Some residents consider the terrifying noises to be from locusts that invade the area and take refuge in trees at night, while others have blamed unknown factors, including climate change. Some also say that the forest is cursed and consider it a place of residence for goblins and ghosts.

According to some, demons and cursed spirits roam the village at night, and these screams are related to them. It is true that on the trees, and in the surrounding meadows, there is an influx of locusts. However, no other unnatural phenomena have been observed in the region.

Ebrahim Arab, from Sarborj Village, said: “When the noise frightened some villagers and tourists, we reported the matter to the district administration, who also sent an expert to the area.

“They said that the noise was related to a special type of cricket. In fact, in the rainy years, these crickets attack the village and hide in the trees and plants,” he said.

He added that about 3,000 crickets may sit on each tree. All of these crickets are on the banks just two kilometers of the river, and a large number of them make a singing sound like the sound of screaming and howling. These crickets survive for up to 40 days and then die.


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