KAMI spotted this story of a church with collections of human skulls and skeletons inside on the Daily Mail UK.
-It's an eerie feeling to even see a skull or a skeleton, but seeing a number of them inside a church, that's absolutely affright.
-A small chapel in Kent revealed to decorate skulls and bones of the remains of over 2,000 locals who died exactly 8 centuries ago.
-1,000 skulls are placed on shelves.
-The collection includes a single stack of bones with more than 1.8 m in height.
-Theories came out about who the people were and how their remains are resting in the crypt.
-It was said that the remains include Danish pirates who were defeated in the Battle of Hastings, and Anglo-Saxons who were killed in the said battle.
It may look like the ones you see in some movies such as Indiana Jones, but this massive collection of human skulls and bones is way from fictional. They're real.
A tiny church in Kent is haven to one of the biggest and ideally most-preserved collections of ancient remains of human bones and skulls in Britain.
The collection features more than a thousand of skulls that are placed on the shelves in 4-arched bays, and a single pile of bones which is more than 1.8 m in height.
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The disturbing crypt is contained at St. Leonard's Church in Hythe in Kent.
Though it would be impossible to estimate how many bones are in the collection, recent work has gauged that the total of individuals displayed in the stack is around 2,000.
Will you even get inside this chapel?
Here's a video on what's inside the St. Leonard's Church Crypt in Hythe, Kent in England.