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 Castellnou pools were tremendously popular at the end of '60s beggining '70s. With a olympic size pool, minigolf, another big pool, restaurant, etc., all surrounded by the dressing rooms for hundreds of people to come here the weekends in a place a little bit far of any beach. This closed after 3 young killed from the top of the springboard. Since then, black legends prey this pool, strange sensations damned. There was a psicosis and people left to come after that.

 Others come to look for paranormal phenomena or psychophonies in the pools and sports brands such as Nike, come to make commercials with Ronaldinho when this one was FC Barcelona player

 

Uncertain fate for a unforgettable present. 

 

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If you can see the full report, go to: http://the-lostsouls.blogspot.com.es/search/label/-%20PISCINAS%20DE%20CASTELLNOU

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