The remains of an old 16th-century castle in France, overgrown with plants and hidden in a forrest between ancient trees. There was not much left. However, the impressive tower which is a few dozen meters high shows that a lot of money was spent. The big staircase collapsed somewhere along those years which makes for an impressive picture.
However, like many old castles, this one carries its own myths. The story is about an ordinary citizen who fell in love with one of the landlord’s daughters. The lord denied this relationship and the young man was forced to become a priest. The young woman died broken-hearted. Their ghosts would still be living inside the castle. People would come to the castle at night to dance in the memory of this story, but this tradition stopped after people saw a priest in the top window of the tower. What is more, around midnight, a young lady would appear in the main room in a green satin dress, sometimes singing and often crying. A sad story.
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