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  • Anna Bateman

    tower of silence. dakhma Creepy af

  • Emily Berner

    True story which makes it even creepier Can't be real but makes a good scary story

  • Vera Bosgraaf

    Does anybody else smell a doctor who episode? On second thought this would be an EPIC superwholock story... <--- This and it is freeking creepy

  • Alex Fernandez

    Now that sounds like a horror movie. COME ON HOLLYWOOD!

  • Moose Freitas

    WOW CREEPY!! Call the Winchester boys.

  • Amelia Childress

    Not a true story, but very creepy.

  • S•N

    WOW CREEPY!! This sounds like cases for Sherlock Holmes!

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