Mülheim: woman goes for a walk – and makes a creepy discovery


Mülheim: woman walks in the city – and makes a creepy discovery

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Mulheim. Terrifying scenes in Mulheim!

A local resident made a bizarre discovery. the people inside Mulheim are faced with a puzzle.

Mülheim: Woman shocked at THIS sight

During a trip through Mülheim, a woman stopped in amazement. It was a sight that made your blood run cold.

The woman from Mülheim captured the bizarre scene in a photo and shared her experience in a Facebook group. You can see several wooden crosses that were rammed into the ground on a meadow. The rumors are growing in the comment column. A user suspects that it is a protest action.


This is the city of Mülheim an der Ruhr:

  • was first mentioned in 1093, in 1808 the city rights were granted
  • lies between Duisburg, Essen and Düsseldorf
  • has 170,632 inhabitants (as of December 2019), consists of nine districts in three districts
  • Sights: Styrum Castle, Saarn Monastery and the Bismarck Tower
  • Mayor is Marc Buchholz (CDU)


In fact, the company on whose premises the symbols were placed is due to close soon. The steel tube manufacturer Vallourec has been producing at the Mülheim site for years. In the coming year, however, operations are to be discontinued. About 750 jobs are at stake. DER WESTEN asked the company.

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Mülheim: Group and employees are negotiating

“Employees at the Vallourec Germany production site in Mülheim set up the wooden crosses. They should stand as a symbol for the forthcoming plant closure at the end of 2023,” explains a spokeswoman.


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Vallourec announced the sad news back in May. Since then, employee and employer representatives have been negotiating a possible social wage agreement. Despite the difficult situation, Vallourec is happy about “constructive talks”. (neb)

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