SPIRIT BOX at the CEMETERY OF THE NAMELESS | Vienna, Austria – Vienna Video



published: 2018-11-07 14:11:21

A small cemetery in Vienna, Austria boasts a big reputation. The Cemetery of the Nameless contains unidentified bodies, which washed ashore from the Danube River. Many claim ghosts wander this haunted cemetery in Vienna. Read more: https://amyscrypt.com/cemetery-nameless-vienna-haunted/

In this video, I conduct a paranormal investigation, including a spirit box at night and try to reach out to any spirits that may be present in the haunted cemetery. I do receive one ghost response after asking “what is your name?” Could this be an intelligent response from a ghost telling me their name or just coincidental? Watch and let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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  1. 1st Early!!! πŸ–€πŸ–€πŸ–€

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  2. good video πŸ–€ with creepy place

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  3. Hi Amy. I recently found your channel and I really like it. Where are you from? And how did you get so lucky? Like seriously you have my dream job. The amount of content on you channel is impressive. Keep the videos coming. I'm loving it.

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  4. WOW, Amy , you sure are going all over the place ,are you? Make me wish I could come with you because I love to see scary places too!β˜»πŸ–€πŸ’€πŸ•·πŸ•Έ

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  5. Aside from the name of the place, to me the type of crosses used is what makes it look creepier still. Thank you so much, Amy! πŸ™‚

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  6. the brown nut ist called kastanie in german its chestnut in english :3 you cam find them always when its autumn here

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  7. Your German is sweet πŸ˜€ Hope you enjoy your time here in Europe. Nice Blog. πŸ™‚

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  8. Awesome video Amy very creepy place stay spooky 😊

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  9. Hi Amy, these little nut-things are horse chestnuts, the trees (Aesculus hippocastanum) are very common to the northern hemisphere.. You made a great video with excellent background information! Thanks a lot for sharing, I will definitely try to get there myself when I go to Vienna the next time 😁 kind regards from Austria, stay safe and spooky πŸ‘

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  10. sorry i miss your other video amy i hope your doing ok

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  11. It’s a good bet that those rock piles are grave markers. I’ve been exploring some of the slave cemeteries in the US and a lot of those are marked with either large rocks stuck in the ground, piles of rocks, or wooden crosses or planks. Being that most of them could not read or write, very few have names. Sad to think so many people have been buried nameless.

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  12. absolutely stunning ………you are amy πŸ™‚

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  13. Nice video And as always thank you very much

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  14. That's So sad but at least they are buried and someone knows that they are there

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  15. The nuts are symbols for saying that a person visited and the pile of stones, represents, knowing a person is there

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  16. It is sad to think a little pile of stones marks a grave. But, what do you do ? No name, poor economic conditions, and you mentioned people would rather commit suicide than be buried in a cemetery of a different faith? The history of β€˜humanity β€˜ is dark indeed…

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  17. Really sad, but at least they are buried, resting in peace, I guess! Thanks for sharing and showing us new creepy places. Great video and great info thanks.πŸ‘»πŸ‘»πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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  18. Hiiii Amy … Excellent videos as always ..this time I got the notification on time but not fast enough to be the first viewer. Someday it will happen πŸ™‚ and Ur closing in on 25k subs that's awesome…pls make a Q&A video once u hit 25k I bet there r people who wants to know more about you and have lots of questions (me included). Thanks you

    AmysCrypt rocks

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  19. Silly question but i want know,what if …when u in the middle of nowhere, suddenly u need to do πŸ’©,u willing do that on bushes?? What if that place is haunted like cemetery

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  20. your channel is the most interesting channel on you tube now

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  21. Heehee 😁😁1 joke for you IπŸ€”πŸ€”think the gost was busy in night club. Strange DJ sound

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  22. How creepy is that place? All the crucified figures are rather bizarre,one on every tombstone. Is this a viennese thing? Thanks for another top video

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  23. The cemetery was created by Roman Catholics – which is also the predominant religion in Austria. The crucifix is a central object in their worship representing the eternal sacrifice of Jesus (or something like that). They refused to bury the victims in "hallowed ground" in case any or all of them had committed suicide. They believe that anyone who does so will never go to Heaven, and never find peace, but are eternally damned…simply for taking their own life.

    I completely disagree with this belief, but I wasn't the one in charge.

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  24. This reminded me of a old cemetery where I live On long Island. It's located in the town of Patchouge. There is a combination of five separate graveyards that can be traced back to the late 1700's . The bigger cemetery has eight sailors who froze to death in the 1800's the rescues unit at the time responded to help but could not go out in the water because the weather conditions where so bad , all they could do was stay on shore until morning and by then it was already to late . when the rescue team went on board they found two crew members frozen up in the rigging's ,and two more were found on deck wrapped in masting and holding on to one another for dear life . The captain fell over board during the night and drowned , only two men were found alive . They were quickly wrapped in a blankets ,and taken back to shore . But a few days later one of the survivors died of Tetenus. Claus Stevens the other survivor lived and returned to sea ,but due to the massive trauma he witnessed . He was committed to the Central Isip Asylum where he spent the rest of his days . As for the bodies of the crew members of the Lois the 6th they were lade to rest near the entrance of the cemetery . The captain's body was found shortly after the event ,his body washed up in his home town ,but was taken back to his crew . The haunting's happend very shortly after the burials of the sailors . The story starts off with two sisters who worked at a lace mill adjacent to the cemetery . The girls on their way home always had to pass the graveyard ,they hated it so the moved to the other side of the street but it was not because of the sailors ghost ,it was the haunted mansion that use to be on the cemetery grounds ,it's not longer there it burnt down to the ground years later . As they were hurrying along they heard wailing coming form inside the graveyard . To their horror they saw as what they described as a headless apparition waving it arms , and hovering over the sailors graves . The girls watched the spirit glide towards the mansion and stop in front of a tree. The girls screamed and ran home and told their family ,and their coworkers the next day . The talk of the headless spirit became the talk of the town and it got so big that newspapers of the time wrote articles on the girls story ,and this next haunting . A young man named Gerard was with his friends they were waiting to see if they could catch the spirit , it was not long until they got their wish . At 10 P.M. the boys saw the headless ghost but he was not in the cemetery ,the spirit was hanging out in the freezing cold small lake behind the graveyard ,and it stayed there for an hour . The young men watched the ghost until it finally started to glide towards the graveyard . Gerard ran after the spirit but did not catch him. Some say it was all an Hoax just to give the people in the town to buzz over ,or was it a real spirit? Why would anybody stand in freezing cold water for an hour to freak people out ? we will never know . I have been to lakeview cemetery a bunch of times , I had a small experience in the older graveyard I was by myself the town is usually busy but this time it was dead , I heard a woman cough a few feet behind me ,i turned around and nobody was behind me . my heard stood up lol. But my friends sister seen a white apparition of a man , he was sitting down on the one of the sailors graves . When I heard that I lost shit lol hope you enjoyed this story always a great video <3

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  25. The Jewish tradition of leaving stones or pebbles on a grave is an ancient one, and its origins are unclear. It is a custom or tradition, rather than a commandment, and over time many interpretations have been offered for this practice.

    Common Explanations for This Custom
    Warning To Kohanim (Jewish Priests)
    During the times of the Temple in Jerusalem, Jewish priests (kohanim) became ritually impure if they came within four feet of a corpse. As a result, Jews began marking graves with piles of rocks in order to indicate to passing kohanim that they should stay back.

    To Keep the Soul in This World
    The Talmud mentions that after a person dies her soul conΒ­tinues to dwell for a while in the grave where she was buried. Putting stones on a grave keeps the soul down in this world, which some people find comforting. Another related interpretation suggests that the stones keep demons and golems from getting into the graves.

    Stones Last Longer Than Flowers
    Flowers, though beautiful, will eventually die. A stone will not die, and can symbolize the permanence of memory and legacy.

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