The Enchanted Houses of Toledo
Mysteries of Toledo

The Enchanted Houses of Toledo

There are several houses in Toledo whose mysterious basements are enveloped in the halo of evil. In some are hidden fabulous treasures and riches; in others, like the house of the Chains, a Jew forges at night the chains that the Arabs use in the south for the Christians who fight for the reconquest…

There are several houses in Toledo whose mysterious basements are enveloped in the halo of evil. In some of them are hidden fabulous treasures and riches; in others, like the house of the Chains, a Jew forges at night the chains that the Moors use in the south for the Christians who fight for the reconquest.

But there were two houses especially gloomy and mysterious, close to each other: the house of the Templars, which in the thirteenth century occupied the entire block to the left of the church of San Miguel, with the street of Soledad and the square of Seco; the strange warrior monks who had defended the holy places. later degenerated into a hermetic sect that practiced cults and diabolical rites.

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And a little further on, in the narrow street of the Ánimas, the house of the Duende. The dark house was only inhabited by an old witch and a Jew who, at nightfall, welcomed the strangest characters to celebrate infernal orgies.

Coffins were the tables, held by human warmth, and the base skulls of yellow candles illuminating scenes of lust and curse… Until one day great flames fell on the house and no neighbor dared to stop the fire, considering that as just punishment from Heaven…

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Enchanted House in Toledo

Today, it is common to hear stories of enchanted houses in the old town of Toledo, and not just houses, but in the Alcazar, in the Cathedral, or in one or another convent. Very well known a few years ago was the story told by its own tenants of a house with ” strange visitors” who disturbed their nights and did all kinds of misdeeds…

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