The Creepy Way the Black Death Came to Norway

In the mid 1300s, the Black Death emerged in central Asia and crept steadily across the known World. As the Black Plague claimed people from the near east and southern Europe, the Norse in Scandinavian countries thought they were safe from it. Until it came to them in the most creepiest way.  Creepy enough that it seems more of a cliche’ for a horror movie. Through records and research, we know how the Black Death spread through Europe during the 1340s. We know the bacteria that causes the plague lives in rats and we know fleas from the infected rats spread…

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