Cursed Island Gaiole
Gaiole - two small rocky island off Cape Passilipo Gulf of Naples off the coast of Italy. On one of the islands built small villa, the other - we are uninhabited. The islands are connected by an unusual stone bridge.
Gaiole look very picturesque and serene, however, it is quite grim story with them and the locals believe that the above Gaiole tends curse. In the early twentieth century, the owner of the villa was a certain Hans Braun, who was found murdered here, and wrapped in a rug. Soon his wife drowned in the sea.
Villa acquired pharmacist Maurice Sandoz, which after some time committed suicide in Switzerland. The next owner of the island went bankrupt immediately after the acquisition of the villa. Gaiole some time belonged to the owner of Fiat, Gianni Agnelli, but after the suicide of his son and the death of a loved nephew cancer, he sold the island. Since the villa is abandoned.
The Curious Case of the curse of the island attracts tourists who admire the amazing bridge slung between the islands. It seems that the thin arch stone bridge that literally hangs in the air.