Sympathy For The Devil

Childhood memories that shape who you are

Image of a giant devil dummy on a beach
Image by Alistair Couper

On the eve of 10th May 1980 six year old me and my parents went for the first and last time to see “La Cremada del Dimoni” (The Devil’s Cremation) in Badalona, a little town on the outskirts of Barcelona, ​​my birthplace and where I lived for 22 years.




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