Meystse-Odzhanskoe: Polish village where some girls are born
• Meystse-Odzhanskoe: Polish village where some girls are born
Meystse-Odzhanskoe - a small village on the border of Poland and the Czech Republic. In this village lives a little more than 300 people, and the local authorities, of course, would like to see them moved to more people, but they also would like to see at least one of the local families ... the boy was born.
No one knows exactly what is the cause, but in the village Meystse-Odzhanskoe rarely boys are born. The youngest of the boys, who was born and stayed here - 12 years old. All young children - girls only.
Locals say that it was always there, as they can remember. To find a husband, local girls have to look for it in other villages or towns. And it's worth a couple to live in this village, as the chances of having their boy as if magically disappear.
The headman of the village Raimund Frishko even purposely studied documents containing records of the birth of children in the village. He confirmed that such an anomaly - it is not something new and casual, this tendency does exist in the village Meystse-Odzhanskoe many years, and coincidence is attributed hardly possible. "We watched a lot of certificates of birth, looking back years, and have been confirmed to local old-timers. Indeed, there are constantly born girls and boys - very, very seldom. And I do not know how to explain this phenomenon, "- says Raymond.
A local team of firefighters and consists almost entirely of women. The head of department Tomas Golash admitted that he would like his son, but given the history of the village, it has serious doubts that it ever had to be born. "This is the case for several decades - says Tomasz. - I came here in the village, married a local girl, and we had two girls. I would have wanted a son, but it's probably impossible. Our neighbor also wanted a son, and he also has two daughters. I think the local women just can not give birth to boys. "
In this unusual phenomenon interested in Professor Rafal also flat, the head of the department of genetics at the Medical University of Warsaw. He argues that it is necessary to study all the available data on the birth of children in this settlement in order to find the answer to this riddle. "It is necessary, first of all, to find out, are not locals relatives of each other, even if very far - perhaps that is the case. In addition, you need to carefully examine everything that surrounds the local people, their living conditions. Perhaps the only way we can find out and the cause. "
In the meantime, the answer has not been found, the headman of the village Frishko Raymond, who also has two daughters and no son, announced that a local family, which is still a boy, he would give "a good and worthy gift."