A tree that became a popular attraction for its role in the movie "The Shawshank Redemption" has fallen.
High winds last week apparently downed the 200-year-old white oak tree, which had split during a storm in 2011, said Jodie Snavely, of the Mansfield and Richland County Convention and Visitors Bureau in Ohio.
The tree is featured in one of the final scenes of the 1994 film. The movie, based on a Stephen King novella, stars Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman. It's underneath the tree that Freeman's character finds an important letter buried by Robbins' character.
The tree sits on private property, but fans could view it from a nearby state park. It's a...