The mystery of Saint Ndou church. What happened to 32 soldiers who went to break the walls
In 1981, a group of soldiers from Laç went to crash the remainder of the siege in the Church of St. Ndoit.
For the first time, the collapse had occurred in 1967, when the communist state of that time declared war on religious beliefs.
Although part of the building was partially collapsed, believers were still in the years, which was a concern for the regime. For this reason, the soldiers had orders to annihilate the walls, so that no one would think of pilgrimage.
After knocking down a part of the siege, the 32-seater had remained paralyzed from below and below inexplicably. Some soldiers were sent by the people’s government for treatment in Austria for 6 months, while others at the Military Hospital in Tirana.
All remained with the consequences, standing up only after a long intensive treatment. The phenomenon remained inexplicable and clothed with mystery.
History quickly spread to Laç, being shown as something mystical. The power of that time said that the blame for the unusual event was food, as a result of poisoning, but this fact was never accepted scientifically. The story is still clothed with mystery, to this day.