This Creepy Park In Ireland Has Some Of The Most Disturbing And Chilling Statues On Earth
Situated in Wicklow, Ireland, The Indian Sculpture Park in Victoria’s Way is a creepy open air design exhibition like anything you’ve ever seen before.
Even that’s putting it lightly… it’s truly alarming without a doubt. But, it does hold a deeper meaning…. Creator Victor Langheld established the park in 1989 after traveling to India in search of spiritual enlightenment.
The garden was actually built to induce self-reflection, with each statues own meaning.
Most of the park’s statues are made of black granite, and range in height from 4 feet to 16 feet.
Eight statues are dedicated to Ganesha, showing the elephant god dancing, reading, and playing musical instruments.
All the Ganesha sculptures were made in Tamil Nadu, India, and each took five craftsmen a year to make.
The Gate to Victoria’s Way
The entrance… yes that’s what you think it is, except with teeth.
Awakening or Birth of Consciousness
Awakening attempts to illustrate the purity of first experiences by showing the emergence of an infant who is first impacted by reality.
A period of emptiness and despair that must first be traversed before arriving at contentment.
The Split Man
The Split Man illustrates how the inability to dedicate yourself creatively or spiritually to one goal can result in unhappiness and depression.
The Ferryman’s End essentially represents being stuck in a rut – and the depression and sorrow that can result from this
Several more outrages statues found in the park
Create or Die
Only through creating difference and variation that we can be ‘touched’ and ultimately satisfied