Take Forbidden Drive to the Cave of the Monks of Wissahickon The story behind the street names dates back to June 1694, when a brotherhood of German mystics set up shop on the slopes of Wissahickon. Under the leadership of a 21 yr old, Johannes Kelpius, they practiced medicine, music, and good old-fashioned magic. Deep in the Wissahickon woods there's only 1 artifact left by the order: The stone-gabled cave where the master of the order practiced his solitary ways. Forbidden History, History Yesterday, Forbidden Drive, Practice Medicine, Fascinators Places, Order Practice, Utopian Society, Kelpie Monk
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Poveglia Island - the GAC did a lockdown here and Zak was partially possessed (a very scary moment). Part of me wants to go and the other says: stay the hell away!!**