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The graveyard of the Oude Kerk at Gulpen on stormy night with ghost of Anna
Netherlands

During a stormy night at the graveyard near the old Roman tower at Gulpen (The Netherlands), the ghost of Anna was recorded

Copyright: Hans zijlstra
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Uploaded: 17/05/2012
Updated: 21/05/2012
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Tags: roman; old church; tower; graveyard; stormy night; ghost
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