There once was a very beautiful girl who was the daughter of Lesser Town’s richest Miller. She had everything she could possibly want except she was never really satisfied. What she wished for the most was to be accepted into higher society, something very difficult for a daughter of a Miller. She realized quite soon in her life that she would never receive a title or coat of arms through marriage as she was born into a poor family so she simplified her wish and sought out attendance to the Gentlewomen’s Ball at Lichtenštejn Palace. Her father tried to find connections to somehow get his daughter invited, but alas no such opportunity presented itself. In a desparate atempt the daughter signed a deal in blood with the devil himself. Her own human vanity caused her more shame then she longed for, for as the devil himself smuggled her into the ball she was not a success. The gentlewomen at the ball ignored the Miller’s daughter and the men refused to dance with her. She reacted in a most unattractive way and started screaming in a fit of poor rage and the noblemen carried her home on a planks. The Miller’s daughter led normal poor life and never forgot her shameful evening and her bargain with the devil. After she died a natural death she returned to Lichtenštejn Palace to do the devil’s bidding. She is a horribly nasty ghost who knocks old people to the ground and chases after young men wailing her arms at them as if to dance. If you happen to be a young beautiful woman, then the Ghost of the Miller’s Daughter is the most dangerous for you, for she will be overcome with rage and throw herself on you biting and scratching at you until she is satisfied that you will never be pretty again!
Address: U Sovových mlýnů 506/4, Praha 1. The Ghost of the Miller's Daughter is an extremely dangerous ghost and haunts the palace around midnight.
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