Modern television and cinema are trying to convince us of the existence of the supernatural. Vampires, werewolves, witches, ghosts and other vermin from the stories of science fiction writers are transferred not only to TV screens, but also into our consciousness.
Some people on the mainstream wave just fall in love with pale-faced fanged heroes, while others, more impressively, begin to be even more afraid of flashing lights, incomprehensible sounds and darkness. Continue reading
(Wanga died on August 11, 1996 after a serious illness. Wanga died for two months. When she was brought to the intensive care unit of the government hospital in Sofia, she refused medical care and left everything to the will of God.) The doctors fed her intravenously. Last time she was in a coma. Before she died, she came to herself and said that she would give her whole gift to a girl from France. The girl should be ten soon, and not today or tomorrow, having received the Gift, will also become blind.)
In the south-west of Bulgaria, in the village of Rupite, near the town of Petrich, is her house. Little plump mistress is blind from childhood. It affects her dead, like a mask, face. Continue reading