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Stockhom ghost walk 1.5h – Swedish Horror History and Dark Folklore Walk

Experience the Swedish undead, pestilence and the dark history of the past....

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Explore Sweden’s dark folklore and Swedish horror history in this Stockhom old town + riverside ghost walk.

Did you know about about the älvor comming with the mist? lost souls, forever wandering the earth, trying to trick you and your eternal soul into damnation. Or the undead child crawling under the earth that are after your blood…

You will discover that, and much more, as we dive into the Viking and Medieval believes of the dangerous undead. Explore the fool-proof  methods of stopping them spreading diseases and death.

Dive deep into the dark depths of the Swedish folklore.

Adult Ages 16+
kr220
Youth Ages 10-15
kr180
Child Ages 9 & Under
kr95

Explore the medieval and Viking Age undead, the pestilence outbreak in 1709-1712 (killing 2/3 of Helsinki’s population) and the dark Swedish folklore creatures in a new Stockhom city walk.

We meet in old town at Stortorget at the stairs of the nobel museum. Here you’ll hear more about the Stockhom bloodbath and what you might do with body parts in Swedish folklore.

We than walk to the ally Hell, where the executioner lived. Than we explore some of the protection features around the entrence of the houses in folklore.

The Swedish folklore also have it’s share of creepy creatures…. ever heard of the Myrling? A Swedish undead folklore vaesen of a undead child creeping after strangers under the ground you’re walking on wanting to hurt you.

We will also explore at the lakeside vaesen like Nöcken, the bäckahästen S(version version of the kelpie) and the sjörå and skeppsrå.

Than at Kungsträdgården you’ll hear about the forest rå, the protective measures you can take if cauth, about the Nordic trolls and the Swedish church grim and what you would do if you had a worst enemy you want to get ridd off.

In this walk you will hear about the undead and many other folklore creatures as well as the pestilence outbreak during 1709-1712 and the gallows and magic around that place of death.

Welcome to a very different ghost walk. Can also be done as a virtual tour.