Lukova looks like a site worth visiting. In the Church of St. George, you can see a remarkably creepy, impressive art installation of 30 ghostly shapes.
Apparently, this 14th-century church was haunted (by at least nine ghosts) – and abandoned – before an artist created these figures. It’s a quirky story. (See my Resources list, below. They share some interesting insights.)
Now, services are held in the church again… with the congregation sitting among the ghostly shapes.
I’m not sure I’ll be in the Czech Republic any time soon, but – if/when I am – I’ll definitely investigate this location. And, I’ll bring all the ghost hunting equipment I can carry… especially looking for EVP.
(That’s just one of several videos filmed at the site.)
If you’ve been there, or know of a similar art installation, I hope you’ll let me know. Leave a comment at this website.
I’m very interested in creepy, evocative locations, to see if they attract ghosts… and not just the sculptured kind.
- Atlas Obscura – Kostel Svatého Jiří Ghost Church
Thirty creepy ghosts now inhabit this decaying 14th-century church.
- Web Urbanist – Ghost Church: Creepy Statues Invade Abandoned Czech Chapel.
- DidYouKnowFacts.com – Welcome to the Ghost Church.