Tuesday, November 3, 2009

A 'MUST READ': Fania Wedro's incredible Holohoax Survivor fairy tale - Lived in forest for almost 2 years, sleeping in pits with dead bodies

Fania Wedro, seen Oct. 27, 2009 at the Calgary Jewish Community Centre

This fairy tale goes down alongside Jack and the Beanstalk and Misha Defonseca's story of living with the wolves.

Poor Fania escaped a Polish ghetto after a Rabbi lit a massive fire and urged the jews to sacrifice themselves.

But Fania just ran away into the forest, surviving in the woods for a year and a half, keeping warm by wrapping herself in tree bark.

She also slept in pits filled with dead bodies.

Why? Weren't there better places to sleep in the woods? We'll never know. The ways of the Holy Holocaust are truly inneffable and unknowable.

Article: "Holocaust survivor shares story of escape"

1 comment:

  1. I dunno about Jack and the Beanstalk, this story sounds more like Goldilocks and the Three Bears. She, too, was a young girl lost in the forest, but came upon a little cottage which belonged to a local family of bears.

    I just wonder if Fania made the mistake of entering the cottage while the three bears were out, and eating all their bloody porridge. When they got home, the bears were furious and chased her back into the forest.

    Fania probably decided to seek safety in the pit full of dead bodies and stayed there until the bears had given up the chase.