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I found this sign on top of a mountain over looking Haugesend in Norway. I have no idea why it is there.
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I've just done a bit of research on Haugesend (I love saying that for Google...), and came up with this little gem:
Quote: The city is the home to the largest satanist population in Norway. Blackclothed youths are a common sight in the city streets both day and night, although they tend to gather at Slaktehuset (the Slaughterhouse).
As the name insinuates, diabolic rituals often take place at the Slaughterhouse. The most common ritual is entitled 'capturis kristianis' in which Christians are captured, cooked and eaten with a small amount of salad and dressing on the plate edge. This is also one of the most famous meals in Haugesund.
The leader of the Slaughterhouse is Leiv Ingar Storesund (also called G-UNIT), one of the most reknown satanists in Norway today.
Basically I think it's a place with long dark nights, a strong sense of humour, and a tendency towards heavy metal rock performances...
Thanks for the laugh
Ha, thanks for that Moira, very interesting. I got chills down my spine as I was reading (and didn't recall seeing any blackclothed youths), until I read your last line - made me feel so much better, and I agree!
Like the humour, Leiza.
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