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Czech Medieval Church Scaring The Hell Out Of Tourists

Czech Republic is filled with Gothic medieval architecture, so naturally such cities will fill your fantasies when it comes to horror scenes. One such is ladies and gents, the George’s church, a pretty much worn out and in poor condition church that got into this condition because a cave fell during a funeral. The church was abandoned by the local population and they held the funeral service outside, so maybe some bad forces were mingling around there. Czech Local management seen this story as an opportunity and commissioned Jakub Hadrava to decorate the church and make it worth a visit for fellow tourists.

They decided to put statues inside the church and did they succeed to scare or entertain, you be the judge.  “H/T: lostateminor

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‘I hope to show the world that this place had a past and it was a normal part of everyday life, but that fate has a huge influence on our lives’.

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‘The figures represent the ghosts of Sudeten Germans who lived in Lukova before World War Two and who came to pray at this church every Sunday’, says Hadrava.

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How scary is this on a ladder of 1 to 10? We say at least 9! 

What do you think?

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