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Nazi concentration camp left Rose McGowan scarred for life
Washington , Wed, 06 Jul 2011
Actress Rose Mcgowan has revealed that her recent trip to Nazi concentration camp, Auschwitz, in Germany(I thought it was in Poland? Ah well, it never happened so it doesn't matter) has left her scarred for life.
She insisted that the memories of the gas chambers where Jews were mercilessly killed during the Holocaust(used with permission, all rights reserved) would always haunt her.
"I truly think, had I heard a German accent anywhere in my vicinity, I would have lunged at them and killed them," Contactmusic quoted her as telling Black Book magazine.
"There was a point, when I came across the room filled with all the babies' shoes, where it took everything in me not to fall to the floor and start screaming like a madman.
"By the time I hit the gas chambers, I never wanted to stop screaming," she added.