Exciting stories from Vingåkers history - now Storyspot

Bank robberies and jewel thefts, football stars, and a farmer who famous all over the world. Listen to new exciting stories from Vingåker in the Storyspot App. This way Vingåker residents and local tourists can make the walk or excursion more exciting.

Bank robberies and jewel thefts, football stars, and a farmer who famous all over the world. Listen to new exciting stories from Vingåker in the Storyspot App. This way Vingåker residents and local tourists can make the walk or excursion more exciting.

Last year, Storyspot's historian created five ghost stories around the municipality. This year, they are being expanded with ten more stories, now known celebrities and events.

Listen to the audio stories in Storyspot by downloading the app for free in the App Store or Google Play. Search for the places on the map or type "Vingåker" in the Search box.

Then you can listen to:

Vingåkersgubben who became world famous
Vingåkersgubben from Vadstorp was a farmer who at the turn of the century became known for his medical "skills" and sold "miracle creams" in Sweden and all the way to the United States.
The Jewel Cup 1915
In the garden and the fissures of the couple Brochinsky's house in Vik, the police found jewels worth SEK 3 million. The theft came from a coup against the court jeweler in Copenhagen, which was carried out by the professional criminal Karl Schmidt. Hear the story about how the jewels were hidden in Vingåker, and how the police found them.
Hedvig Lindahl's first football step
From the age of 11, the current football professional Hedvig Lindahl played in Baggetorps IF's girls team.
World Light Center sect
What looks like an ordinary couple is the foundation of the World Light Center, a movement inspired by Christianity and New Age. Lilly Gardeby considers herself the reborn Virgin Mary and that she has the ability to heal people and read the thoughts of others.
Who was Läppe-Pelle?
Here in Läppe, Pelle used used cars to such an extent that he became a national celebrity.
The audio reports are created by radio journalists Kerstin Svenson and Arash Dehvari.

Storyspots are also found in Strängnäs and Trosa, among others, and in many places in Sörmland, thanks to the local village associations. At present there are over 1300 story spots to listen to around Sweden, and in the rest of the world. Download Storyspot for free on the App Store or Google Play.
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