Toss the plastic black pointy hat and rumors of wicked witches
out the window - or in this case into the boiling caldron. You
won’t find “Halloween witches” at the small commune of
Chalindrey in France because here it is all about the real thing.
Yes, the annual Witch Festival (Fête des Sorcières), which is
now just about one hundred years old, is all about revealing
the real roots and history of witchery rather than just a time for
spook and mystery. The exhibitions portray the 16th century
days when women and men were accused of witchery, and
perished for it. Though there is face painting and renditions of
Celtic traditions that could border on weird, most visitors will
likely feel enchanted by the lovely architecture and views in
the region, and very spooked by the real history and the
ghostly feature films. For the superstitious, a nearby fort is
known for a reason as "devil's point," with local ghost stories
that match. Did you see something? Or was that just be the
light tricking your eyes?
From January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018
October 27, 2018
October 28, 2018
* De 10h00 à 18h00.
- From October 27, 2018 until October 28, 2018
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