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  • Slavic Children That Grew Up Like Animals

    Ready for some scary stories? We didn’t have any such paranormal stories for quite some time, so we brought you up some interestingly weird stories about children that grew up like animals in Slavic countries. This is no effort to […] More

  • The Haunted Manor in Gdansk, Northern Poland

    The Haunted Manor in Gdansk, Northern Poland  – There is a hill in Gdansk. Local residents still refer to it as “Devil’s Hill” due to an old legend that states that this little hill, surrounded by a deep forest and […] More

  • Haunted houses and places across Slavic lands

    Haunted houses and places across Slavic lands Every one heards stories about ghost and haunted places. In this topic we will make list of haunted places across Slavic lands. There are many places you should not go there.   Houska […] More

  • Scary Pagan Masks in Slavic folklore

    Scary Pagan Masks in Slavic folklore – Masks are used also in Slavic folklore, mostly during Fašiangy or Turíce feast days; then also during the Winter solstice (Kračún, Koleda) – now under the term Christmas; and a mask can be […] More

  • The Scary Bone Church from Czech Republic

    Church of All Saints – A cistercian monastery was founded near here in the year 1142. One of the principal tasks of the monks was the cultivation of the grounds and lands around the monastery. In 1278 King Otakar II […] More