Built in the 13th century, Houska Castle in Prague, Czech Republic is one of the country’s most haunted landmarks. It was built with no fortifications, no water, no kitchen, away from major trade routes, and with no occupants at its time of completion. The castle was not built as a residence or as a protective sanctuary, but was instead built because a large hole, nicknamed “The Gateway to Hell” needed to be covered up. People believe that, by building this huge castle, they were able to keep the demons trapped in the lower level and they built the thickest walls closest to the hole to keep the supposed demons at bay, away from nearby villages. Spooky tales of humanoid creatures and dark-winged creatures flying out of this hole have been reported for centuries, and the ominous castle is host to further paranormal occurrences.


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Meet Tara Houska, Native American advisor to presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders
Bernie Sanders made history this year when he actively involved Native Americans in his campaign - the only presidential candidate to do so - and hired a First Nations woman as his Native American advisor. Tara Houska, an Ojibwe woman from Couchiching First Nation and a tribal attorney, told SBS she was determined to bring Indigenous issues to the forefront of Mr Sanders' campaign.
Dakota Access profits do not come over the safety and well-being of the people.
—  Tara Houska, national campaigns director for Honor the Earth on Dakota Access pipeline resistance and pipeline construction. Read the full interview: North Dakota: Water Protectors Erect New Frontline Camp Directly in Path of Dakota Access Pipeline.