Crooked Forest Tucked away in a West Poland woodland is a collection of pine trees with a 90-degree bend at the base, known as the Crooked Forest. The Crooked Forest consists of about 400 trees with trunks that grow sideways for about three to nine feet before bending straight up. Strangely, this pocket of crooked trees is a Part of a bigger forest of normal, upright pine trees. Scientists still have not pinpointed what its that caused the trees to form this way. Some have suggested that the trees were deformed on purpose in order to use the naturally carved wood to build furniture or boats. Others have speculated that the trees' curves could have resulted from natural causes, like a snowstorm. made with mema'