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Actor Ahmed Ali Akbar shares creepy video of crying tree

The video triggered a debate online. Some called it a paranormal activity while others called it nature’s phenomenon of trees asking for help.

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Actor Ahmed Ali Akbar shares a mysteriously creepy video of a crying tree from the location of the shoot.

The actor shared the video from the location of his shoot in Margalla Hill Trail 5. Akbar claimed that the video is not fake but real. He added that the sounds coming out of the tree are real. The sound in the video resembled someone in stress and crying for help.

“What you hear and see is not fake WARNING: Disturbing audio. While shooting at trail 5 Islamabad we experienced something bizarre. The tree must’ve been a foot and a half in diameter and it had a perfect hole the size of a coin. The sound you hear is coming from inside the hole,” said Ahmed Ali Akbar while sharing the video on his Instagram account.

The video triggered a debate online. Some called it a paranormal activity while others called it nature’s phenomenon of trees asking for help.

Popular TV host, Anoushey Ashraf said: “It’s asking for help! Crying for help. She needs water desperately. Severe dehydration. Nature has stories for those who listen. These are warning signs.

Below I’m sharing the link to people have a better understanding of what’s going on.”

Others said that the phenomenon has been explained by National Geographic. “In the case of drought, trees undergoing stress form tiny bubbles inside their trunks, NatGeo explains, which causes a unique ultrasonic noise,” said one social media user.

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Another user added that “According to NatGeo. When drought hits, trees can suffer—a process that makes sounds. Now, scientists may have found the key to understanding these cries for help.

In the lab, a team of French scientists has captured the ultrasonic noise made by bubbles forming inside water-stressed trees. Because trees also make noises that aren’t related to drought impacts.”