The Ghost Stories of Rome You Never Knew (and Maybe Never Asked For)

I went on a ghost tour in Rome and I’ll never look at the city in the same way

Campo Di’Fiori is a gorgeous square, full of vendors, flowers, and food stands. I have one of my earliest memories of Rome here with two of my girlfriends, as we drank coffee and shopped.

Campo Di’Fiori was also used for public executions.

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Flannery Maney

Flannery Maney

History/Life/Travel. Featured on The Ascent & Curious. From Ohio, but currently call LA, London, & Italy home. Love histories, crime dramas, and kids animation!

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