The Curse Of The Methuselah Tree is a stunning documentary that explores the life of the world’s oldest living organism – a twisted bristlecone pine tree located in California, known as ‘Methuselah’.
For over 4,000 years, Methuselah has been standing atop of a desolate mountain, growing from a seedling at the time when Egyptian pyramids were being built to an ancient tree in the days of Christ. Through archival footage and captivating computer animation, this film examines how climate change and other events have impacted this remarkable tree.
Accompanied by Roger McGough’s poetic narration, audiences will be taken on a journey through time as they learn about the curse that has followed anyone who has attempted to work on Methuselah – an early death. By delving deeper into this iconic trees past and future, viewers will gain insight into a powerful natural phenomenon and appreciate its unique place in history.
If you are interested in discovering more about the fascinating story behind ‘Methuselah’ then make sure you watch The Curse Of The Methuselah Tree. A mesmerizing insight into one of nature’s most enduring mysteries!