Hungarians Seek Healing at the Grave of Attila the Hun

IOL: Hungarians are flocking to the site believed to be the grave of Attila the Hun hoping for healing. Energy fields run like "a spider's web" around the small mound Hungarians call Attila's Hill in an unfenced field near Tapioszentmarton, Hungary. Last year, over 350,000 people visited the site hoping for healing from the spot purported to be the grave of Attila the Hun.

"I felt something pour out from my hand and my sister suddenly complained that her hand felt hot and heavy. I could lift her hand without touching it," said an sturdy Hungarian butcher recently.

Others have felt similar phenomena and the word is bringing the faithful to the site as well as researchers keen on studying the "energy field."

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