34 - The Mouse Tower

A German legend of an evil clergyman eaten by rats.  But the story isn't all it's cracked up to be; countless variants of it exist across Europe.  

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“The Mouse Tower,” Buffalo Commercial, April 9, 1901.








Opening music by Kevin MacLeod.
Closing music by Soma.

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