Discover A Paradise Spooked With A Curse In Isola La Gaiola, A Couple Of Islets Near Naples
What is wrong with the island of Gaiola is anyone's guess, but it seems to be bewitched. It forms an important part of the geography of Naples, Italy, where it is a small group of islands among other islands. This used to be an island with a temple dedicated to worshipping the goddess Venus. Access to the islets is easy, but it has not made any difference to its popularity among people. It remains unpopular.
Of the two islets forming the island, one of them has an isolated villa, while the other remains a solitary place. The two islets are separated by a few meters of ocean, which is bridged by a small bridge. The villa remains the only architecture here, and only creatures and animals of the sea live here.
Down the annals of time, the island has changed ownership several times. Each owner died soon after possessing the island. The island could have been an ideal place for anyone to spend quality time, but for the alleged curse. All owners seem to die soon after acquiring the island.
The island was last owned by Gianpasquale Grappone. He found himself in jail because he could not repay the money his insurance company owed. His bad luck is also attributed to the curse on the island’s owners.