T here are a lot of legends and secrets hidden behind Niemodlin Castle’s walls. The speculations by the locals run ramped about Aunt Elizabeth in particular. 


    This tragic story dates back to the long-standing times that expound an age old story about a pernicious woman that goes by the name Elizabeth, who never seemed to obtain an understanding with her relatives. 

     As one story goes there was a wedding to take place at the castle and of course friends and family were bustling to make all the appropriate preparations for friends, family as well as guests. A bride and groom planned to wed in this castle to pledge their vows of a sacred marriage that would yield for no one person, true love at its best. The ceremony was to be held in the bowels of resplendent chapel in the castle.legend

   The evening before this magical event, the preparations were in full swing concerning the attire, practice in reciting the groom’s speech for the onlookers. The children were left to their own devices roaming about the castle with complete immunity. The children were running wild and on the loose came across something that would astonish the most famous historian, something extraordinary. Unexpectedly, they had discovered something that was long since forgotten but now found – a secret door… A mystery wrapped in an enigma.door

    The age old saying is “all is well that ends well”. Elizabeth had learned that lesson with ease in life. She had the insight and realization that pranks will most likely always fail and as it was the kids when they went into seclusion, all of them were hiding. The guests will never have the opportunity to revisit the historical importance and magnitude of that day. The one thing that the guests did hear from the children’s point is that they were beaten for this behavior.

     That may very well be a misconception about Aunt Elizabeth, “the punishment is suitable for the crime”. Rumors and gossip continue as expected, there is no doubt about that. Only second hand information up until present day, “the proof is in the pudding”.

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