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Twenty-five tombs were vandalised in a Christian cemetery in France

On the 18th of January, local citizens found the cemetery of Saint-Jean d’Assé, in Sarthe, France vandalised.

The crosses and crucifixes were overturned, and other ornaments on the tombs were broken.

The local authorities have not found the vandals, and there were no inscriptions found on the tombs, but the police are suspecting some dark ritual, judging by the overturned crosses and the aimless destruction.



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