1844 (pub): Blind Plague of Greece

Writing in 1844, Jacob Grimm [1785-1863, one of the two famous Brothers Grimm] wrote that the Greeks of his day described the plague as a blind woman that wanders through towns, killing all that she can touch. Due to her blindness, she walks along walls... so if you stay in the center of a room, she can’t get you.

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