im-the-badwolf:

aydol:

GUYS HELP ME SOMETHING REALLY FUCKING WEIRD HAPPENED I NEED AN EXPLAINATION THAT IS NOT ALIENS

i was just sitting on my laptop chill and what not with the tv on in the backround

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When the tv sound cuts out so i look up at the tv

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THATS A PICTURE OF MY LAPTOP ON MY BED TAKEN RIGHT WHERE I WAS SITTING WHAT DO I DO ?????

GET THE SALT

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Specific site of 1973 Big Muddy (River) Monster sightings. Primitive boat launch, 40th anniversary, April 2013. http://instagram.com/p/Y7hungpfkU/

1takejake:


A wedding photographer took this picture from a rooftop to get a bird’s eye view of a wedding in progress. Something seemed odd about the balcony in the top right portion of the photograph.
This is what the photographer found when they zoomed in.

Zoomed out picture for extra creeps


Anybody have any information about the origin of this photograph?

1takejake:

A wedding photographer took this picture from a rooftop to get a bird’s eye view of a wedding in progress. Something seemed odd about the balcony in the top right portion of the photograph.

This is what the photographer found when they zoomed in.

Zoomed out picture for extra creeps

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Anybody have any information about the origin of this photograph?

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lovemesomeloki:

raven-of-jotunheim:

kastiakbc:

eeriie:

Rosalia Lombardo died of pneumonia at the age of two in Palermo, Sicily on December 6th, 1920. She is the best preserved child in the world and she was embalmed by the country’s best embalmer, Alfredo Salafia.

Urban legend has it that Rosalia opens her eyes every now and then. Most of the time, it was brushed off as just a rumor, until someone set up a camera and discovered this.

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haunted-palace:

#mothman #books #reading #cryptozoology #paranormal #westvirginia

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archiemcphee:

Brian Ashcraft at Kotaku assembled a fascinating post about an awesome Japanese phenomenon called “shinrei shashin” (心霊写真), which means “spirit or ghost photography.” These are photos in which a ghosts or spirit decided to make themselves visible during the moment a photo was taken.  It’s supernatural photobombing.

“It’s usually accidental, and some people think it’s real. Others don’t. This notion isn’t only Japanese and exists pretty much wherever there are cameras. Oh, and dead people. This is very much a thing in Japan and pops up in movies, manga, and even video games. Take 3DS game Shinrei Camera, which was released last year.”

We love the creepiness of this, but our favourite shinrei shashin photos are the pictures of cats. This isn’t typical ghost photography, it’s simply cats being cats, which means there’s at least one phantom feline lurking and just generally being mysterious in the background of each image. And actually, if you take a look at the examples above, some of the kitty ghost photos are just as creepy as the shots involving humans.

Head over to Kotaku to view more examples of Japanese ghost photography.

odditiesoflife:

Helltown - Haunted Ohio

The Northern part of Summit County in Ohio is known by its eery name, Helltown. In the 1970’s, Boston Township was the site of a government buyout and subsequent mass eviction of citizens of the area. The houses were intended to be torn down and the land used for a national park, but the plans never quite manifested. Legends spawned wildly. Driving through the dark, wooded landscape was enough to give chills even when it was populated, but now the drive is by boarded up houses standing next to the burnt out shells of others.

The persistent legends of Helltown add to its scary, abandoned status. The steep Stanford Road drop off, immediately followed by a dead end, is aptly named The End of the World. If you get stuck at this dead end for too long, you may meet your end at the hands of the endless parade of freaks supposedly patrolling the woods. Satanists, Ku Klux Klan members, escaped mental patients, abnormally large snakes, and mutants caused by an alleged chemical spill are all still being reported as haunting the area. If you stray from the roads, you may find Boston Cemetery, home to a ghostly man, grave robbers and, believe it or not, a moving tree. A true challenge for any suburban explorer.

witchney:

The Bell Witch House, TN

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archaicwonder:

The Ghost of Black Nun  at Bonamargy Friary, Ballycastle, County Antrim

17th century prophet and recluse Julia MacQuillen, known as The Black Nun, wished to be buried at the entrance of the chapel so that she might be trodden under the feet of those who entered. Pictured above is the worn celtic cross, rounded with a hole in the centre, that marks her grave at the west end of the main church.

The Friary is supposedly haunted by the ghost of the Black Nun, who lived there alone after the Friary fell out of use in 1641. There is a common story that the Black Nun was murdered on the steps leading to the upper floor of the Friary. Legend has it that she fell on the thirteenth step and that bad luck will befall anyone who walks there.

The friary is a late Franciscan foundation established in 1485 by Rory MacQuillan. It is said that the first battle between the warring MacDonnell and MacQuillan clans was fought on nearby land. 

photo by nondesigner59

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