By Edward O'Toole
Hundreds of thousands of years of bloody background have left the Carpathian sector choked with desolate ruins and majestic castles. this is often the land of Elizabeth Bathory, the Blood Countess, whose exploits have terrified teenagers for hundreds of years. Edward O'Toole, the Carpathian Ghost Hunter, explores the main haunted destinations this notorious sector has to provide with an expansive research into a few of Elizabeth Bathory's personal castles, together with Cachtica and Cicava. With over 50 black and white images, plus ancient heritage info and recorded paranormal phenomenon for every place, The Carpathian Ghost Hunter provides his personal findings from essentially the most remoted and terrifying relics of the world.
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I bought the place from the son of the previous owners, a middleaged school teacher. This action caused great rifts in his family as he’d sold the family home to strangers without having offered it first to his other siblings. I’ve never met him since but I’ve had several conversations with his older brother, an immense tractor driver who lives in a property on the other side of the village and who was a little boy at the time when the Germans 51 Carpathian Ghost Hunter occupied the house as their centre of operations.
Background The land for the monastery was donated in 1319 by Magistrate Kokos, in order for the Cartesians to build a hermitic retreat. It was given Royal Charter by King Charles Robert in 1320 but work on the building by the first rector, Prior John, did not commence until 1330. By 1351, simple houses for the monks had been built and work on the chapel, convent and work buildings had been started. It was in that year that the Cartesian Monks of Lechnica broke away from their mother order and became independent.
Due to the poverty of the region, horses were (and still are in some places) used as draught animals, so a beautiful black stallion riding alone on the hill would be an amazing sight to see. Unfortunately, I arrived in off-season and the track that leads up to the castle starts at a car park at the edge of the village, right outside the gypsy area. It was evening and I sat in the car for a few minutes deciding whether to wander on up while a group of gypsies stood watching. Sometimes I actually follow my gut instinct and decided that I would quite like to have a car when I returned so called it a night on that one.
Carpathian Ghost Hunter by Edward O'Toole