The Ghost Tree at Tadoba

This tree gives you the creeps.  In the absolute wilderness of the Tadoba National Park, its silvery bark glistens and shimmers. The grotesque shape- arms extended outwards and a ghostly face- is that of a man hung by the neck!  I would not like to come across it on a rainswept night when the wind is howling and lightning strikes the clouds asunder.


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