Indiana Tree Holding Massive Rock Has Fallen Last month, it was discovered that the oak tree holding up a 400-pound boulder in Indiana's Yellowwood Forest had fallen down. To this day, no one knows how the boulder came to be 40 feet up in the tree. Melissa Block talks with Debbie Dunbar, of the Brown County Convention and Visitors Bureau in Indiana.
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Indiana Tree Holding Massive Rock Has Fallen

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Indiana Tree Holding Massive Rock Has Fallen

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To this day, no one knows how this 400-pound boulder came to be 40 feet up in the tree in an area known as Gobbler's Rock. Courtesy Brown County Convention & Visitors Bureau hide caption

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Courtesy Brown County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Last month, it was discovered that the oak tree holding up a 400-pound boulder in Indiana's Yellowwood Forest had fallen down.

To this day, no one knows how the boulder came to be 40 feet up in the tree. The area is known locally as Gobbler's Rock, thanks to the turkey hunter who discovered it.

Melissa Block talks with Debbie Dunbar, of the Brown County Convention and Visitors Bureau in Indiana, about the local lore.