If you've never heard the phrase “window area” before, a window area is a region in which paranormal phenomena are reported with unusual frequency. One of the most extreme window areas in the United States is the infamous Bridgewater Triangle south of Boston.
And Hockomock Swamp
And home to the "Puzzlewood Treasure"
Puzzlewood must be its most wonderful. This forest is classified as an "ancient woodland," and lies near Coleford in Gloucestershire, England. The 14 acre site is a tourist attraction now, but in addition to serving as inspiration for J.K. Rowling and J.R.R. Tolkien, it also has a history that stretches back to the Iron Age and probably earlier.
One of Puzzlewood's most remarkable geological features is its impressive collection of scowles. These are a feature which is found almost exclusively in and around Gloucestershire, due to its unusual geology. Scowles are a form of erosion which creates craggy small cliffs, caves, and trenches in the ground.
Possibly the world's spookiest location
No, it's mostly because Aokigahara has earned its nickname of "the Suicide Forest."