Nov 04, 2015

The Croatian Haunted Island That You Can Buy | Mysterious Universe

The world is full of allegedly haunted places which are often saturated with high strangeness and dark, morbid history. Yet how often does one get a chance to actually own such a place? For years, a quaint, pristine island in the middle of one of Europe’s hottest tourist destinations has sat on the market for a rock bottom price, left untouched and unwanted in an area frequented by some of the...

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