From a certain angle, it appears to have a bowed head, with a wing extending out from its back. An angel? No, but aren’t those horns we see?Anyway, opinions vary from the demonic to the angelic to the unusual to “it’s just a tree and nothing special at all”.Maybe you’ll see the tree’s greenery move to reveal a sinister sneer, or maybe you’ll just think “what’s all the fuss about?”Some local residents go so far as to say that the tree used to look like a ghost, but now has grown horns and looks like a demon that’s trying to scare motorists going up Poort Road. Would it stand out at night? Are you brave enough to see?Christina Jooste noticed this tree last year, when she said it didn’t have horns. She is now astonished to see the “protrusions” and that the tree has grown bigger (with new and mysterious power?). Well, community, you be the judge when you drive past. What does it look like to you?Let us know, comment below the story. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Some people in Ladysmith believe there is a “Demon Tree” in Poort Road.Motorists driving up Poort Road are likely to see the unusual tree if they are checking the advertising signboards in the middle of the road. Have a good look as you’re approaching the Carbineer Road turn-off and the “spruit” in the centre island in Poort Road.Some say if you look quickly, it’s almost as if the tree moves, even on a windless day.Then you look again and it’s standing as rigid as all the other trees around it.