Black Mountain, QLD: Mysteries, portals, underworld, strange beings, disappearances

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Black Mountain, QLD: Mysteries, portals, underworld, strange beings, disappearances…

By Brendan Mckenna

Black Mountain – Cooktown, QLD, Australia.

Stories from inside the mysterious mountain dubbed Queensland’s ‘Bermuda Triangle’

Black Mountain is a little known landmark with a dark and mysterious history, if you believe the legendary stories.
Tucked away in far north Queensland, the mountain is known by traditional indigenous owners as Kalkajaka, the place of the spear, and was the site of bloody battles between warring ancestral clans and Dreamtime spirits.

The landmark is also notoriously dubbed the ‘Bermuda Triangle’ of Queensland for the stories of early explorers, horses and cattle vanishing into the boulders without a trace, never to be seen again.

Located 25 kilometres from Cooktown, the imposing mountain range consists of massive granite boulders which stack precariously on one another.
It’s an important meeting place for the Eastern Kuku Yalanji Aboriginal people and is the source…

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