A rather freaky event was caught on camera (albeit vertically) in Nova Scotia at the end of October.
The ground in the vicinity of Apple River was seen to be heaving up and down, as if the earth was breathing. CBC News in Canada reports:
Brian Nuttall was out for a walk on a breezy Oct. 30 in Apple River, Cumberland County, when he came across an unusual sight and pulled out his cellphone.
The wind blowing on the tree tops, is pushing them causing them to lean and the roots spread out in the ground to be pulled. Trees and vegetation anchor the soil in this way and are anchored BY the soil. But each blow loosens their foundation a little more. The trees are apt to blow over as their roots are ripped from the ground.
But, as usual, many people misinterpret the event and consider it “insane” or joke about an underground monster.