For many years a local attraction, The Oregon Vortex, has befuddled visitors with balls that roll uphill, children appear taller than their parents, plumb lines that hang sideways, buildings warped and twisted, concessions and curios costly, compasses go wild, normal seeming guides who know weird tales of defying gravity, etc.
All the strange occurrences were documented in the nineteen sixties by competent scientists from UC Berkeley who signed affidavits that LSD and marijuana were abstained from during the study.
The strange happenings were all attributed to a magnetic aberration and hyperbole, and that it was bigger than the roadside California Vortex near the Redwoods.
Since a 4.2 Richter scale tremor in February - epicenter several miles south -- visitors get a new treat at the Vortex.
Whenever they arrive, and however much time they spend rolling balls uphill, they return to their car at the same time they left.
Time stops at the Vortex and top physicists, geologists, and eighth grade science teachers cannot explain the phenomenon.
Time does exist in the Vortex it just doesn't pass when you enter and leave.
A good place to work on something that takes days to prepare but is due tomorrow.