25881Re: [Slovak-World] Zofia Bosniakova
- Apr 1, 2009As much as I can gather, Julie, the lord of that "Teplicke panstvo," Jan Jakub Lowenburg, found her remains in a crypt under a badly damaged chapel. I just found a blurb that the arson, after seeing her on the internet, believed her to be a witch who wasn't allowing him to sleep.
At first, I was hoping that news story to be a April Fool's joke, but it isn't.
--- On Wed, 4/1/09, Julie Michutka <jmm@...> wrote:
From: Julie Michutka <jmm@...>
Subject: Re: [Slovak-World] Zofia Bosniakova
Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2009, 9:23 AM
Photos here, for the interested: one of the dressed mummified corpse,
several of the burnt insides of the coffin. Can't imagine who would
do such an appalling deed.
Ben, how was it that her preserved remains were "found", do you know?
http://aktualne. centrum.sk/ domov/regiony/ foto.phtml? gid=100559& id=963980
On Apr 1, 2009, at 8:16 AM, Ben Sorensen wrote:
> Hi all,
> Zofia Bosniakova, a lady back in the 1600, was know for her care of
> the poor and the sick. Legend goes that she handed out small pieces
> of bread, individually baked, that even today are still called
> Why is she so important today? Well, forty-five years after her
> death, they found her remains- COMPLETELY INTACT, and she wasn't
> embalmed. So, in Teplicka nad Vahom, they put her remains on
> display in the church in 1698- and there she stayed for over 300
> Until today. Sorry to report, but you will now never see her
> (again.) Someone pulled the coffin outside afound 10 am Slovak time,
> dowsed it with an unknown flammable agent, and lit it. It burned so
> well that there were only ashes left. The arson, a 31 year old man
> from Zilina, can be in prison for up to five years.
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