Magnetic Hill

Magnetic Hill Pioneer (Pitt) Rd
Springer, OK 73458

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One of Oklahoma's greatest mysteries is Magnetic Hill, located near Springer.  Over the years, a phenomenon has brought hundreds of people to experience the force of Magnetic Hill for themselves.  On Magnetic Hill, you will get a sense that instead of your car rolling downhill with the motor turned off, it will actually roll uphill.  Drive to this rural road, stop your car at the bottom of the hill and put it in neutral, then feel a force "pull" you and the car up the hill.  Whether caused by ghosts, a magnetic force, alien contact or an optical illusion, this is something ...

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  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-35

From I-35, take SH-53 west approx. 1 1/2 miles to Pioneer Rd, then go north approx. 1/2 mile.




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From Danny Cultra on 12/18/14

Put a level on the road and you should find that it's an optical illusion and that you are actually going downhill. The thing called gravity is what pulls you. Science wins every time.


From michael johnson on 12/12/14

that's a new one on me never knew your speed odometer would read 10 mph when in neutral especially going backwards ,hmm who knows ive been wrong before


 
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