According to the popular virtual reality game known simply as “The Internet”. The Sedlec Ossuary is a Roman Catholic chapel located beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints in the Czech Republic. However, I’m pretty sure they ripped off the idea from a dungeon level in Skyrim.
Were just your typical average happy go lucky brick church. Oh, wait. Nope, the Czechs here got bored and started turning skeleton remains into Legos.
This hauntingly beautiful chandelier seems completely made out of skulls and spinal cords. Did someone say, Tacky? Imagine watching Hamlet performed in this room? Did someone say spine chilling?
Yeah, Apparently people get married here. Why? All the single men pitch in. The funeral themed wedding is guaranteed to bag yourself a bridesmaid. Other times, rude guests go missing- only to find never before seen skeleton remains with their skulls mysteriously stuck up their Coccyx .
Caution, it gets pretty disturbing from this point on! After all, this is the original House of 10,000 Corpses.
Is this a prop from Hamlet? Because, it should totally be used as a prop for Hamlet.
Jesus Saves, this place just hoards!
Jeez, you’re never allowed to worship anywhere in solitude. I wonder what the bathrooms like, wait; never mind what the bathrooms look like. This place should be turned into a 24 hour bathroom. It seems built simply to scare the crap out of you.
This photo should totally be used on a death metal album cover. Did somebody say, “Slayer?”
This wall was built to protect against the undead. It has something to do with the 1703 Curse of 10, 000 Gypsies which caused a massive army of undead to rise from the dead. Movie Idea?
Lazy monks, taking another eternal nap on the job! Somebody stir their restless bones for me. On second thought, lets just leave them to rest. Sleep tight, ghoulish site. Don’t let the dead monks bite!