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Ghosts crying in a cursed wood
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Ghosts crying in a cursed wood

‘Sarborj’ is a village near Mashhad in Khorasan Province. Just outside the village, there is a wood blanketed with trees which is quiet peaceful during the day, like all other woods. Come nightfall, haunting sounds in the midst of its trees are enough to make you think twice.   

A hamlet among the butterflies
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A hamlet among the butterflies

There were more of them before cities were spread so far and wide; the butterflies that is. All of us more or less remember the butterflies that lived among us once upon a time. But, it has been a while since they last paid us a visit, especially in big, industrialized cities.

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