We often admire the beauty of surrounding landscape. We admire its landform, plants, we contemplate HERE / NOW. But how often we think about what happened there in the PAST? The book focuses on landscapes marked by their history: on one hand - idyllic, but on the other ? they contain the stigma of the events they witnessed. It is an attempt to answer the question if a conducive intersection of time and space is revealing the dark side of human nature. The book contains a number of inserts giving it additional meaning, like a report on the death penalty execution or a diary of a serial killer.