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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Haunted Poland

Here are a few spooky tales from Poland.

In the small polish town of Przemysl, there sits an ancient castle where so much paranormal activity is happening on a regular basis that staff there refuse to stay watch through the night. Staff have heard the clashing of weaponry behind closed doors, witnessed faucets turning on and off by themselves, heard the sounds of human voices and encountered strange occurrences with the electricity in the castle. The land where the castle now sits was once the ruins of a church and cemetery. Many believe that this could be the explanation for all the paranormal activity. What is not understood is why now? The castle was built on the land centuries ago and there was never anything strange reported until recently.

Hidden deep in the Notecka Forest is a deserted German cemetery. According to my research, it's believed to be one of the most haunted places in the country. Supposedly an entire community of people simply vanished without a trace towards the end of the nineteenth century. All that remains is this creepy overgrown cemetery where strange sounds have been heard late at night. Locals say that German speaking voices have been heard and the ghosts of small children have been seen wandering the forest.

Krakow is also well known for its share of ghosts and strange happenings.


Kuba said...

I know one more tale from Poland because I live there. If you want listen my stories write back in to sz_p_kuba@o2.pl

Aura said...

Hi kuba,

I sent you an email. Hope to hear back from you soon.

Anonymous said...

im going around the europe for most haunted places and would be pleased to know where exactly is this Notecka cemetery? will be waiting for your answer in taMEedwINgs@gmail.com or skype valkadors thank you

Anonymous said...

Which Notecka Cemetery... There are several, each in different cities?