Up to now 130 phantoms have lived in today's Skopje . There have not been found any written evidence of their existence until the middle of the 20th century. According to the investigation carried out from 2002 to 2005, in the disastrous earthquake in 1963, 95 phantoms were killed, 21 settled on the surrounding hills, while 7 stayed in Skopje until 2007, when all of them disappear.

The texts, drawings and the events are described according to the testimony of the people who have seen them or have had direct contact with them.

This is an homage to the lost phantoms of the city.


This ghost loved to frighten the passers-by on this street every Saturday morning. According to the testimony of a woman living in the street Pajak, near the City park, Boce, once terrified the famous writer Kole Chashule, who was going for his regular walk in the park, so much that his wife looked after him and calmed him for three days with chamomile tea. The tenants of the nearby buildings organized a pursuit of the ghost, but he skillfully escaped, entering the tailpipe of the Macedonian government spokesman's vehicle.