According to 9News reported on October 31, there is a "most unfortunate" village in Italy. According to the Italians, it is cursed, and even the name of the village will bring misfortune, so the Italians call it "Chillu Paese "(the local dialect" that village "). Residents of nearby towns even placed amulets on balconies or on the walls of their homes facing the village to block doom. Even the police were convinced of the curse, which was good for the residents of the village. Once they drove speeding, the police did not punish them to prevent bad luck.
It is said that the village was originally called Colobraro, which comes from the Latin "coluber", which is a snake regarded as an incarnation of evil. The cursed story originated in the 1940s, and a lawyer named Virgilio had never lost a lawsuit, and many were jealous of him. One day, he announced in court: "If what I said is false, let this chandelier fall!" The chandelier really fell. Since then, Virgilio has become synonymous with "bad omen", and the curse has gradually spread. .
It is widely believed that the curse will come to outsiders in the town, including tourists, but the residents of the town are immune. Over the past few decades, local legends have continued that witches and wizards meet, as well as weird accidents and injuries that have reinforced this superstition. It is even said that in the 1950s, women in the village through curses and force Powerful magic to manage their village. For the Italians, it is unfortunate that the inhabitants of the village live under shame because of the curse. But the residents have not been affected, and they have made various efforts to make their lives more colorful.
Since 2011, every August in the village, festivals are held in the village, and residents play wizards to perform street theater. Tourists will get amulets to resist the legendary doom. The amulets include: three grains of salt against the curse; three grains of wheat symbolize fertility; three rosemary plants represent love, beauty, and evil spirits; lavender flowers symbolize virtue and tranquility . Villagers believe that whether cursed or negatively labelled are the result of jealousy in neighboring towns, and they want to turn those dooms into magical magic.