Monday, 8 September 2014

Three kings church

Three Kings Church, Goa, India

The three kings church is situated on the hills of the Cansulim village in the south Goa. This church is famous for the feast of the three kinds which is celebrated on the 6th of January of each year.
Three kings church is visited by local and even tourists as one can see a beautiful view of nature from there. According to local people this place is haunted and should not be visited after sunset or 7:00 PM. Long time ago, 3 Portuguese kings were living in Goa.They all wanted to gain power at any cost and could do anything thing to gain it. One day, King Holger Alvunger, one of the king had invited two other kings in the palace. He poisoned both of them and both died there. After some time he also committed suicide by consuming poison. Since then this place became one of the most haunted places in Goa. Few people say that you can hear some weird noise. Some also say that it looks bright if you go there at night.
There was an incident which one of my friend told me. There were 3 friends Pranav, rahul and Joel (this are not real names) who decided to meet up near the church at night around 8:00 PM. They all had some beers and smoked cigarettes and were just chatting. After sometime Rahul could hear some noise while other couldn’t. Suddenly Rahul was quiet and was acting a little weird started running here and there. Pranav and Joel were talking to Rahul but he was not responding to them. Just after few minutes Pranav and Joel started shivering they were feeling cold. So they decide to move from there. They carried Rahul put him in car and took him home. As they came down the hills they felt little better. But that night Rahul got high fever. Rahul’s parents called the doctor but still Rahul’s fever didn’t come down. There was a priest staying near Rahul’s house he said there was some evil spirit inside his body the priest performs some ritual and later Rahul became alright.


1 comment:

  1. ROTFLOL - Goodness! You people can really believe anything. Did you try to check out the facts regarding these yarns?