10 Pictures That Will Send Chills Down Your Spine
These pictures and the stories behind them are so creepy, they'll keep you up at night. They show ghosts, death, paranormal activities and unexplainable things, and the scariest part is that they are real. Check them out!
1. What kind of monster is that?
In 1964, the French photographer Robert Serrec took this picture on the coast of Queensland, Australia, of what appears to be a sea monster.
2. A creepy family photo
In the 1950's, the Cooper Family from Texas bought a new house, they moved in and took this family picture. After they developed the photo, they noticed a body hanging from the ceiling and came up with the only possible explanation: ghost.
This Polish girl grew up in a concentration camp. While she was in a residence for disturbed children, she was asked to draw a picture of "home".
Rev. Ralph Hardy took this picture in 1966. He wanted to capture the elegant Tulip Staircase in the Queen's House section of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England. After developing the photo, he discovered that he'd also captured what appears to be a ghost climbing up the stairs.
5. Time traveler?
This photo was taken in 1941, at the re-opening of the South Fork Bridge, in Gold Bridge, British Colombia. This man doesn't really fit in the crowd, because of his modern clothing, sunglasses, and camera, which made many believe that he was a time traveler.
6. Buss Dwyer, before committing suicide
On January 22, 1987, the Pennsylvania politician Buss Dwyer committed suicide on live TV, after being charged with receiving bribe worth $300000. He called a press conference and shot himself with this gun, in front of the reporters.
7. The ghost in the church
In 1975, Peter and Diane Berthelot visited the Worstead Church in North Norfolk, UK. The man took a picture of his wife, but when he developed the photo he noticed a second presence behind her. They went back to ask about it, and the local vicar said it was the White Lady, the ghost of a healer who they believed was haunting the church.
8. Before and After a tragedy
This group of friends took the first picture just seconds before a car exploded and the second one a few moments after. The bomb was in the golden car behind them.
9. Nuclear shadows
These are the "shadows" of those who were vaporized when the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. The permanent shadows are called "nuclear shadows" and they are a result of thermal radiation.
10. A creepy way to honor the dead
The woman in this picture is actually dead. Her husband took this photo two days after she passed away, and not because he was a weird guy. This was actually a common way to honor the ones who died, in the 19th and early 20th century.