In 1905, in the Danish town of Faaborg, a 16-year-old homesick boy called Janus ended up in a terrible situation when he accidentally caused a fire that killed a girl. This was the beginning of aheart-breaking story of a young criminal, who was put behind bars in the town’s jail. It is also one of the authentic stories visitors are immersed in when they enter what is today the Town Jail Museum – apart of Øhavsmuseet in Faaborg. Step by step, visitors follow Janus’s case and it is up to them to decide if he is guilty

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