Death Camp, Auschwitz
Auschwitz, known as the Death Camp, was an extermination center created by the Nazis to eliminate the Jews. It was estimated that 2.1 to 2.5 million Jews, Soviet soldiers, Gypsies, and Poles were gassed to death in this place, and their bodies were burned in piles nearby. Tourists who visit the Auschwitz concentration camp are gripped with a sense of despair. Some even break down in tears. There are acounts of people feeling spooked at this place. The picture above is of the inner wall of gas chambers and those white lines are nail marks of the people gassed, who were desperately trying to escape.