Gravity hills are a type of slope where things seem to move against gravity on their own accord. For instance, if water is poured onto the surface of the hill, it would seem to move upwards, instead of in the opposite direction, as one might expect it to.
Gravity hills are also known as magnetic hills and mystery hills, and all three names say a little something about the attempt made to explain this strange phenomenon. Gravity hills occur in many parts of the world, with many being recorded in the United State. As these hills apparently defy the laws of nature, they have become tourist attractions.
What Happens on a Gravity Hill?
Gravity hills seem to defy the laws of physics. If an object, for example, a ball, is placed on a slope, it should naturally be pulled downwards by gravity. On gravity hills, the opposite appears to occur, i.e. the object appears to move upwards instead.
Numerous explanations have been suggested to account for the existence of these hills. Sometimes, these are reflected in the names of such hills.