Vargklyftan (mystery rock)

This big rock east of Kalvsviks Farm and 50 meters up in the forest from Kalvsviksvägen is known as Vargklyftan (wolf's rift or cleft) or Kalvsviksstenen (Kalvsviks Stone). It has been perfectly split into two parts. It is five meters high and you can walk through it. If you do you will go mad or disappear...(I have walked through it!). No one knows for sure what happened and when, it could be a remnant from the ice age, it's not very likely that lightning struck the stone ,it's simply too big.


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  • emdot PRO 10y

    maybe a tree grew between it? no? was that a stupid guess.

    i'm happy to now understand the origins of your madness.
  • Stefan Jansson PRO 10y

    You're stupid and I'm mad, it's the perfect match!
  • emdot PRO 10y

    wha?! wait! um! no! no. that's not what i mean. I mean, yes, you are mad, but surely I meant stupidly brilliant. Brilliant. That's what I meant to write. Silly keyboard, leaving words out.
  • Stefan Jansson PRO 10y

    I see. So you're brilliant and I'm mad. I think someone is suffering from lyssophobia.
  • Johan Känngård PRO 10y

    I think the most probable cause, is that it was cut in half by a giant's axe.
  • Stefan Jansson PRO 10y

  • vinecountryboy 9y

    My grand mother told me this fable about the stone.
    When the first Osterhannige church was built about 1000 years ago.
    It lived a giant in the area and he got so mad he trough the stone at the church and missed.
  • nilssonsune 9y

    Vill du läsa mer, gå till stenen.pdf
  • Stefan Jansson PRO 9y

    Tack för länken Sune. Vore ju jättebra om man kunde bota tandvärk genom att gå igenom Vargklyftan! Måste titta efter dem liggande stenen nästa gång.
  • Kim PRO 4y

    Mystery rock is very cool! I think ice broke this giant. Glad you kept your wits about you after passing through.
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