A forest ranger in Arcata California spotted an unusual sight: a tiny, handmade cabin tucked away so deep in the woods that it wasn’t visible from more than 12 feet away. He took photographs of the exterior and interior and then returned with an eviction notice, which he posted on the door. And this is where it got weird. The next day, the cabin began to be dismantled. After a few days, it was entirely gone. Not a trace remained except the dirt on which it had stood.
There was no indication of a trail of any kind leading away from the site. The owner of the cabin, and the materials and contents, have never again been found.
Moving all that material without being detected and leaving no trail to track was quite a feat. "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy." –William Shakespeare