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gabrelai pond 2
Lithuania
a grass field and a village house on a small hill. Strait ahead you see a path towards a pond. on right side u see a water electricity generator house. People who lived here told that they found about 10 human sculls while dinging. That must have been war victims. My girl who told this story said she used to be afraid of going to toilet at night because of these sculls while she was a kid.
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Uploaded: 08/07/2012
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