Anundshög – the Sweden’s largest burial mound, allegedly belonging to a mythical king

We are in Sweden, near Västerås in Västmanland. Scandinavia is full of burial mounds, runestones, and any sort of ancient graves. Similar to the Egyptian pyramids, great rulers were honored with these grand burial mounds as the correct ritual was important for the deceased to reach the afterlife. At 9 meters high and 60 meters in diameter, Anundshög (also know as Anundshögen and Anunds hög) has the largest burial mound in Sweden, which is often associated with Anund, a semi-legendary mid-7th-century Swedish king from the House of Yngling. His name…

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Thomas Pursell’s and Wildwood Cemetery of Williamsport, Pennsylvania~

In the suburbs around Williamsport, Pennsylvania, there are some places of great interest. There is a road called the “End of the World”, that appears to be the edge of the world when you drive along it in the middle of the night. About 8 kilometers from that, there is Wildwood Cemetery. The cemetery has a good side and a bad side, and it’s an ambiguos place for different reasons: is supposed to be filled with fairies on a clear night, but there is also a hill at the top…

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