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Take a look inside an abandoned 14th-century church that's filled with 'ghosts'

INSIDER Logo By Gabbi Shaw of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 12: 
  In the tiny Czech town
  of Lukova, there is a church that has
  stood for hundreds of years.
  
  It's been abandoned since
  1968 when the roof fell through during a funeral.
  
  The people of Lukova avoided the church because they believed
  it was haunted, so a young art student created an exhibition
  inspired by that belief.
  
  Now the abandoned church is occupied by 32 life-sized
  "ghosts."
  
  
    Visit
    Insider's homepage for more stories.
  

  Do you believe in ghosts?

  If not, you might change your mind after visiting the tiny town
  of Lukova and its long-abandoned church filled with eerie white
  figures. They sit solemnly in the pews, congregate at the altar,
  and stand at the doorways, as if to beckon you inside.

  Keep scrolling to learn more about the ghosts of St. George's and
  their abandoned home.

  • In the tiny Czech town of Lukova, there is a church that has stood for hundreds of years.
  • It's been abandoned since 1968 when the roof fell through during a funeral.
  • The people of Lukova avoided the church because they believed it was haunted, so a young art student created an exhibition inspired by that belief.
  • Now the abandoned church is occupied by 32 life-sized "ghosts."
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Do you believe in ghosts?

If not, you might change your mind after visiting the tiny town of Lukova and its long-abandoned church filled with eerie white figures. They sit solemnly in the pews, congregate at the altar, and stand at the doorways, as if to beckon you inside.

Keep scrolling to learn more about the ghosts of St. George's and their abandoned home.

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