Sweden's top nine spooky superstitions
Published: 13 Jul 12 15:11 CET
As another Friday the 13th is upon us, The Local takes a look at the top nine superstitions that Swedes swear by.
Sweden, often regarded as a forward thinking and sensible country, is not shy of the odd superstition. At midsummer, for example, girls are told to collect seven separate species of flower to place under their pillow so they can dream of the man they will marry.
However, the superstitions aren't just about good fortune and pillowcase pollen...
Click here for The Local’s List of the top nine superstitions in Sweden
Indeed, Swedes have their own superstitions that are sometimes fiercely respected.
For example, do you know why you might see a Swede spitting three times on the street? Or what they're muttering as they knock on wood?
With 2012 holding the most Friday the 13ths in one year for the past 30 years, we figured there was no better time to give you the lowdown.
Beware... and good luck!
External link: Click here for The Local's list »
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