Creepy Photos Of Ghosts So Real You’ll Get Nightmares
Have you ever had that feeling in the middle of the night like you’re being watched when you’re all alone? Then you feel a cold breath on the back of your neck and begin to shake with fear. You grit your teeth and build up the courage to turn around. And when you’re finally ready you look and see… nothing. Were you relieved or disappointed? If you were hoping to catch a glimpse into the great beyond, then we have just the pictures to make the hair stand up on your arms. Are these ghosts real? They look pretty real to us!
This Poor Guy Is About To Get A Trick Instead Of A Treat
This is easily one of the best pictures of a ghost you’re bound to see. The photographer had just bought a new Samsung Galaxy 9 phone and wanted to test out the camera by taking a picture of their pooch. They didn’t know they were also getting an amazingly clear shot of a ghost.
The person is adamant that they have done nothing to doctor this image, even proclaiming how frightened they are. And to think, if it wasn’t for amazing smartphone camera technology they might never know!
Would You Shower With This Ghost Outside?
What do you see outside this bathroom window? To the little boy who lived at this house, it was a ghost. He was so certain it was a ghost that he was scared to go to the bathroom. Ever. According to the submitter, the young boy refused to take showers alone after seeing “the ghost.”
When this possible apparition first made its presence known, the boy was 10 years old. We would be frightened too at that age if there was something outside watching us!
Those Are Some Ghostly Orbs
One of the more controversial ideas to us about paranormal pictures are ghost orbs. Seemingly easily explained as light flares or lens dust, paranormal experts claim the orbs prove the legitimate presence of spirits in an area. The orb is the ghost’s energy being manifested.
Do you believe this orb is a ghost? It would help us if it there was movement. The most compelling orbs move directionally, from one point to the next, unlike the erratic behavior of dust. Because this is in a tunnel, we can rule out this possibly being a light flare.
Do You See The Face In The Window?
It happened on a snowy night in January. The picture taker said he wanted to get a picture of the weather for his grandmother and forgot to turn the flash off from his previous picture. When he reviewed it, he saw what appeared to be a face in the window.
It’s a little hard to see, but it’s definitely there, and it’s definitely creepy. We will not be going to this person’s house for Christmas. Hard pass! Maybe Halloween though.
There Was Only One Person In The Tower
The person who submitted this photo online said, “Only one person went up into that prison tower.” Well, that’s unsettling. We’re guessing the person on the left with more distinguishable features is the one who is alive. The one on the right looks creepily lifeless.
What do you think? Is this a real ghost, left forever to haunt this prison tower, trapped in the world of their former crimes and suffering forever? The thought really chills us to the bone!
This Student Never Wanted To Graduate
This picture was taken in Yeater Hall at the University of Central Missouri. It’s widely known to be a haunted location, and this picture could be proof that at least one student who went to the school never wanted to leave.
What’s interesting about this photo is that it seems to be a fully formed transparent apparition. It looks like a female wearing a long dress with light colored hair. If you don’t like ghosts, now you know where not to go to college. We wonder what her major was; ecto-biolog perhaps?
What’s In The Chair?
This picture was taken in an abandoned old mill in Western Australia. The person who submitted it says their niece took it and promises the picture is unedited. It’s clear there is a ghostly figure in the wheelchair, our only question is who, or what, the figure is.
There are skinny legs, but once you look to the top hard to tell if it’s a little child or maybe a demonic entity. Whatever it is, we’re not going to any abandoned mills anytime soon!
This Ghost Can Open Doors
If you thought ghosts were creepy enough without being able to move inanimate objects then you’re going to freak out at this picture. The photographer was at the haunted Whaley House in San Diego on a ghost tour and decided to snap several pictures.
It wasn’t until they got home and looked at the pictures, however, they saw what looks to be a ghost opening a door and staring at them. The figure doesn’t really look human to us, but we have a theory for what it might be; a ghost cat!
This one is a little hard to see, but there is definitely something hanging out just above the gravestone in the middle of the picture. Taken at a graveyard in El Paso, Texas, the photographer admitted they didn’t believe in ghosts until they took this picture.
What do you think the figure above the child’s grave looks like? Is it a strange apparition or just a well-placed mist? Cemeteries are known to be incredibly haunted, so we’re going with the spirit of a child rising from the grave.
Do Ghosts Have The Right Of Way?
Why did the ghost cross the road? To get to the other side! That’s what this ghost is trying to anyway. Too bad it’s crossing a walkway and not a road. We’re sure it will figure out where it’s going. Eventually.
This picture was taken almost a decade ago on an iPhone. The poster of the photo says they took two pictures, but only one showed up with a ghost in it. Is that proof that this really is a spirit captured?
Nothing Like Dancing With A Ghost By The Fire
The person who posted this picture wants everyone to know that "Stokes State Forest is haunted." If this is a genuine picture of a ghost dancing by a fire then yes, Stokes State Forest is indeed haunted. Located in New Jersey, this isn’t the first time someone has claimed the park is haunted.
This apparition couldn’t resist getting warm by the fire and maybe even dancing a little. This must have been one of the colder and creepier nights ever documented on the East Coast.
This Oldie But Goodie Is Frightening!
This famous ghostly photo is of the ghost of Corroboree Rock. Taken in 1959, people have argued for years who they actually see in the background. Everyone agrees they see something, though. Many say the ghost looks like an Australian Aborigine, a people who place great significance on the rock.
Others believe the ghost on camera is a woman in a nightgown or a priest. Knowing the history of the rock, our eyes tell us it’s probably an Aboriginal woman. Who do you see?
The Boothill Ghost Is Rising From The Grave
Another famous ghost photo, this is the Boothill Ghost. Taken in an Arizona graveyard in 1996, Ike Clanton claims no one was behind his friend when the picture was taken. A close up in the top right corner gives us a better look at the ghost.
At first glance, we thought this was the ghost of a child hiding in the grass. Most people who see the photo, however, believe it to be an old settler rising from the grave. Several websites have tried to debunk the photo with minimal success.
A Ghost Enjoying A Nice Day At The Cemetary
The picture is named “Madonna of Bachelor’s Grove.” In it, we have the ghost of a woman hanging out and soaking in the sun at the Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery in Chicago. Considered one of the most haunted locations in the United States, it’s still a rarity to catch a ghost on camera during the daytime.
The person behind the picture said the cemetery was empty when they snapped this. When they got it developed, the young woman appeared sitting on top of her tombstone. Anyone else have the chills right about now?
This Ghost Is Waiting For A Cure
The Waverly Hills Sanatorium closed in 1961 after a drug to treat tuberculosis was invented. Before then, it was able to accommodate up to 50 patients. The ghost in this picture is likely one of those patients, wandering the halls endlessly hoping for a cure.
Contrary to our beliefs, paranormal experts believe this actually isn’t a patient but instead Mary Lee, a nurse who committed suicide. She decided to end her life after a doctor at the sanatorium impregnated her.
This Is Not The Ring Bearer You Were Hoping For
This picture was taken while Neil Sandbach was preparing to shoot a wedding at a farm in England. He didn’t see the girl when he took the picture, but there’s no doubt she was hiding in plain view the whole time.
Sandbach isn’t the only person to ever see this ghost girl either. Plenty of people who have visited the farm claim to have seen the same girl running around and playing. What do you think? Would you let her be your ring bearer?
A Ghost Helper
This person was proud of the progress he had made on his home renovation when he took this picture. After looking at it, he realized he wasn’t the only one working on the renovation. That ghost looks like it’s reaching for the broom to us!
It’s nice for once to see a ghost that is trying to be helpful. Too often they’re just trying to scare people. This ghost would rather scare the dust off our shelves and grease off our ovens. How pleasant.
The Kids Have NO Idea It’s Right Behind Them
These two kids have no idea there’s a ghost floating in the room behind them. That would be unsettling if we weren’t unsure about this picture being real. We don’t know how it would be faked, but something here doesn’t feel right to us.
Personally, we don’t think ghosts try to intentionally be creepy. Whatever the ghost in this picture is doing, it’s very early 2000s horror movie-esque. We’d like to think we’re wrong, but not ever picture can be convincing!
Straight Out Of The Fire
The picture above was taken at Wem Town Hall in Shropshire, England. To your left, you can see the building is very much on fire. To the right, you can see a girl calmly standing in the doorway, unaffected by the heat.
We’re positive this girl is a ghost because a living person would never be able to stand up to the flames. She also would not be nearly as calm as she appears if she was really that close to a fire that could engulf her at any moment.
The Most Royal Ghost Of All-Time
See the ghost in the chair? It is believed to be the ghost of Lord Combermere, Field Marshal the Right Honourable. He died in 1865 after being hit by a horse-drawn carriage. Refusing to become a victim of the afterlife, he instead proudly reclaimed his throne as a ghost.
Amazingly enough, this photo was taken in close proximity to wear his royal funeral was held. We have no idea if the picture was taken on the same day as the funeral.
A Phantom Monk Saying A Prayer
One of the more genuinely creepy photos on this list, this picture was taken at the Skelton-cum-Newby Church of Christ the Consoler by a Reverend in 1963. The ghost has been called a phantom monk and looks mostly human, although some skin might be missing.
Is this figure praying? Is it waiting to give one last sermon before passing on to the great unknown? Unfortunately, if we had the answers we wouldn’t be asking the questions. Do you have the answers?
This Photo Is Verified As Un-Tampered
This 1966 photo taken in the Queen’s House section of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England, has been verified by Kodak as the real thing. There has been no tampering, editing, or altering done to enhance or change the original image in this picture.
This picture is one of several ghost sightings that have been documented in some form at the Queen’s House. Pretty creepy, right? We’re going to skip this museum on our next vacation to England.
This Photo Looks Like It’s Straight Out Of A Horror Movie
This might look like it’s a scene from a old time horror film, but it’s not. This is the famous Brown Lady of Raynham Hall. She haunts Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England and earned her name from the brown brocade dress she’s wearing.
The story states that the Brown Lady is Dorothy Walpole, the second wife of Charles Townshend. When he believed she was cheating on him, he locked her in the her rooms in the family home. It is there she died of smallpox in 1726.
This Dog Is Too Chill Right Now
This good boy must have had a long day not to be bothered by this ghost at all. He had a long walk, and now all he wants is a long nap. The ghost just wants to pet him. It’s been so long since it’s been able to pet a dog.
The person in the photo posted it online, saying he has a hard time admitting it’s his back and his dog we’re seeing. He must not have been a believer before seeing this. Now he is, it’s just hard to accept after so many years of denial.
Never Walk Through Graveyards Alone
This Redditor had a truly frightening experience walking home one night. According to their story, they had to walk through a graveyard, which is creepy enough. Then they saw the figure, and when they approached, it disappeared. Yeah, that’s more than a little unnerving.
In their post, they described the figure as a “person” and they don’t remember how they got the courage to approach it. Let us tell you, after this experience, they will never have that courage again!
Look In The Shadows
What should be a happy picture of someone in their new house is actually terrifying proof that they never should have signed their mortgage! It’s hard to see but look in the shadows. Do you see the face yet? It’s there, just barely sneaking around the corner.
If we saw this figure in the back in a photo at our home, we would move immediately. Say what you want about how cool ghosts are, but would we ever really want to live with one?
It’s In The Window
Another day, another ghost staring at some people through a window. This creepy crawler is hanging out at the very bottom of the window, positioned just as scarily as possible because of course she is. Apparently, this isn’t the first time this girl has been captured on camera.
The person who submitted this post said the rumor is the little girl died in front of the window. And now, tragically, she’s trapped there for the rest of her afterlife. At least she’s not camera shy!
School’s Not Out For Summer
You know the song “School’s Out For Summer.” Well, those words have never been less true for this ghost. It was late at night when this picture was taken, and when the group reported a child trapped in the school to the police, they said there was no one there.
The group, of course, went back to investigate on their own, even though the police were adamant the building was empty and the alarms were on. When they got there, they discovered the cops were correct. The ghost child was gone.
A Ghost In The Moonlight
Now that you’ve seen what is probably a fake, let’s get back to the genuinely creepy. This 1998 photo is from an abandoned mental institution. The person who posted online claims there is a man in the middle with his arms folded.
We definitely see a shape in the moonlight. We have no idea if his arms or folded or not, but we can see it’s a human shape for sure; maybe wearing a straight jacket. Not to stereotype what kind of ghosts haunt mental institutions or anything, but it’s hard to deny.
Meet Your New Ghostly Roommate
This one is a little hard to see. In the middle window on the right side there’s something in the window. Do you see it? It’s the shape of a woman standing in the window staring out into the backyard.
The picture was taken by a prospective homeowner. He’s been searching for a new house, but is probably going to pass on this one after this discovery. Unless, of course, he’s into losing sleep because doors won’t stop opening and closing and the lights won’t stop turning on and off.
What World War One Did To Soldiers
In 1916, the French and British battled the German army in the Battle of Flers-Courcelette. Like many battles during World War I, soldiers engaged in trench warfare. This photo was taken during that battle and shows a soldier with shell shock.
The term “shell shock” was coined by British psychologist Charles Myers to explain the post-traumatic reactions that soldiers experienced after a battle. After heavy bombardment (often from bombshells), soldiers would be unable to walk, talk, sleep or react–much like this man here.
Whose Hand Is That?
Shot in 1900, this photo shows female workers of a linen factory in Northern Ireland. These workers made handkerchiefs and other cloth supplies. They stand in line with their arms crossed–nothing abnormal, right?
Look closely. The girl in the bottom right-hand corner has a hand on her shoulder. Whose hand is that? There is no one to the right of her to place that hand on her shoulder, and everyone’s arms are crossed. What do you think?
Why These School Girls Are Wearing Gas Masks
In 1931, Japan invaded Manchuria, beginning the Fifteen-Year War. The war created a lot of anxiety in the 1930s. Residents of large cities worried about poison gas bombs. Gas masks became common and appeared on parents, children, and even horses.
This is the most famous photo from the era caught by Horino Masao. It shows school girls marching through the streets during the Tokyo Gas Mask Parade. There’s something about gas masks that are inherently creepy.
In 1890, a photographer captured this image that revealed the horrible ways people used to treat mental illness. This German woman stands in a narrow cell of a mental asylum. She is undergoing a “treatment” called forced standing, where patients can do nothing but stand.
It is possible that forced standing exhausted patients enough to make them appear calmer. However, they were incredibly painful. Psychological treatment has greatly improved since then, but these pictures remind us how patients used to be treated.
Yes, this is a real invention from 1925. American inventor Hugo Gernsback created this mask, called “the Isolator,” to increase productivity. The helmet was designed to block out all noise and sensations outside of a person’s work.
Gernsback’s invention never took off, possibly because it looked so horrifying. Believe it or not, some people have recreated the Isolator in modern times. If you want to focus on nothing but your homework, you may be able to buy it somewhere.
Who Wouldn’t Eat Here?
Believe it or not, this was a real (and popular) cafe in Paris during the early 20th century. It was called the Cabaret de l’Enfer, or “The Cabaret of Hell” in English. Antonin Alexander created and ran the cafe from 1892 to 1950.
The cabaret was designed to mimic Hell as if customers were walking into Dante’s Inferno. It was incredibly popular with artists and surrealists such as André Breton. Next door, they made The Cabaret of Heaven, which was not as scary.
The Destruction After World War II
On February 13th, 1945, Allied forces carried out several bombings against the German city of Dresden. One the first night alone, the Allies dropped over 4,000 bombs on Dresden. Over 25,000 people died, and at least 75,000 buildings were destroyed.
This photo was taken the morning after the attack on Valentine’s Day. The statue stands on top of City Hall, peering down at the destruction. Every year, the city of Dresden commemorates the attacks.
What’s Happening To His Face?
In the 19th century, Guillaume-Benjamin-Amand Duchenne had a unique view of neurology. He believed that facial expressions were directly linked to a person’s soul. To prove this, he carried out a series of experiments called The Mechanism of Human Facial Expression.
Duchenne used electrical probes to create grotesque facial expressions, which he would then photograph. He analyzed the pictures to discover the “accurate rendering of the soul’s emotions.” Today, we still have pictures of his bizarre experiments.
The Teenager Who Fell From A Plane
Fourteen-year-old Keith Sapsford itched to travel. He was described as “restless” and “a wanderer.” In 1970, he ran away from his Catholic home to the Sydney Airport. He snuck onto the wheel of a Douglas DC-8 heading for Tokyo, a common stowaway tactic at the time.
Meanwhile, amateur photographer John Gilpin was taking photos of the planes. He snapped a picture of the DC-8, and after it developed, he noticed Sapsford. He had fallen to his death around 150 feet above the ground.
Don’t Worry; These Aren’t Real People
Although these figures look like real people, rest assured: they are wax dolls. In 1925, a fire ravaged Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in London. The wax figures were meant to be pieces of art, but the flames turned them into horror figures.
Fireman worked for an hour and a half to extinguish the fire, and afterward, the building became a skeleton. Fortunately, nobody was injured, and the wax models were later repaired. But the remaining photo still sends shivers down peoples’ spines.
The Ten Seconds Of Light
On May 24, 1913, one of the most famous incidents in boxing history occurred. American boxer Luther McCarty fought Arthur Pelkey in Wild Horse Canyon, Nebraska. During the fight, McCarty’s knees buckled, and he fell to the floor.
As the referee rushed to McCarty, a beam of light poured down on the boxer for ten seconds. Eight minutes later, McCarty was pronounced dead at the scene. The “Ten Seconds of Light” would be a legend if not for the photo shot that day.
This Is Not What You Think It Is
It’s hard to tell what this is at first. A doll? A person wearing a mask? The truth is far more terrifying. This is the corpse of Maria Elena Milagro de Hoyos after her face was covered in wax and plaster.
Thank German radiology technologist Carl Tanzler for this photo. Tanzler was Maria’s doctor, and he obsessively courted her. After she died in 1931, Tanzler stole her corpse, decorated it, replaced the eyes with glass eyes, and kept it for seven years.
What Are They? Witches?
When this photo from 1940 was posted online, it caused a lot of debate. Who were the hooded figures? Witches? And ancient cult? The truth is actually quite benign. This is a traditional religious event in Penitentes en Cuenca, Spain.
The people are celebrating Semana Santa, the week before Easter. They gather to repent their sins before Lent. But why the outfits? Well, the costumes disguise people so that they can repent without embarrassing themselves in front of their neighbors.
The Man In The Pig Mask
In 2008, photographer David Fenton displayed his photos from the ’60s in the Steven Kasher Gallery in New York. Of all of his pictures, this one became the most famous (or infamous). The mysterious man in the pig mask has captured the imaginations of many people.
The photo was taken on April 5, 1969, during the Central Park Peace March. Protesters of the Vietnam War mocked authorities in various ways. Here, a man in a pig mask snuck up behind an officer for the photo.
A Train Straight Out Of Lovecraft
Although this train looks like a supernatural monster, there’s actually a reasonable explanation. In May 1948, this train traveled down the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway in Ohio. After it entered Charleston Pike, just south of Chillicothe, the boiler exploded.
At least three people died from the scalding water: the brakeman, the fireman, and the engineer. According to reports, the boiler became too dry and overheated. This photo shows the aftermath of the tragic train accident.
The Hiroshima Shadows
If you look closely, you’ll see the silhouette of a man with a cane. This shade was once a real man. On August 6, 1945, the U.S. launched an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. People close to the bomb vaporized instantly. The heat from the explosion created outlines of victims.
These outlines, called the Hiroshima Shadows, remained on some surfaces for up to ten years. It shows exactly what people were doing when the bomb when off.
Look Closely At The Pile
At first glance, you may not understand what that man is standing on. Look closely–he is standing on a large pile of bison skulls. In the 19th century, hunters ground the bones for fertilizer. This photo, captured in 1870, explains why bison almost went extinct in the U.S.
Within 50 years, the number of bison shrank from 30,000,000 to 300. Hunters targeted them for meat, supplies, and sport. Back in the day, these piles of skulls did not bother hunters.
A Priest Comforting A Dying Soldier
A photo does not have to be unusual to convey a sense of unease. In 1962, a photographer captured this photo during a revolt in Venezuela. El Porteñazo, as it became known, was a four-day-long rebellion where rebels tried to overtake Puerto Cabello.
Here, Priest Luis María Padilla holds a wounded soldier and gives him his last rites as he dies. The picture was captured by Héctor Rondón, who risked his life by being there. In 1963, it won the Pulitzer Prize for Photography.
The Black Dahlia
There is something about this photo of Elizabeth Short that has haunted people since it hit the papers almost 100 years ago. In 1947, a family found this woman’s corpse in a Los Angeles neighborhood. The body was cut clean in half, but there was no blood at the scene.
The papers dubbed this the “Black Dahlia case,” after a movie that Short acted in called Black Dahlia. It became the largest search in LAPD history. But to this day, the case is still unsolved.
Halloween Wasn’t Always Fun
In the early 20th century, Halloween costumes were designed to look scary. People believed that by dressing up as monsters and ghouls, ghosts would not bother them. As a result, we have horrifying photos like this one.
The picture, shot in 1905, likely depicts a school teacher. She wears a terrifying costume while standing behind a lunch table with decorations–pumpkins, haystacks, and cutouts of witches. If you feel like being spooked, google vintage Halloween photos.
Two Scientists, A Man, And A Dog
It’s hard to tell what exactly is happening here. A man and a dog have buckets over their heads, while two other men seem to be studying them. This photo is from a 1937 series of experiments known as “New Animal Psychology.”
In the 1930s, German jeweler Karl Krall teamed up with private scholar Wilhelm von Osten to research dog telepathy. The two believed that horses and dogs had souls and can communicate with humans. Their research did not go far.
This Picture Looks Worse Than It Is
In 2019, this vintage photo went viral for giving people a start. With a cursory look, it appears that these women are spraying a child as he’s falling down the stairs. But look closer: they are actually washing a church statue.
While the photo itself is innocent, it deserves points for giving people a slight heart attack. The photo was shot by American church minster Walter Martin in 1938. He had no idea that it would spook people in the future.
Two More Legs Than Expected
At first glance, it may look like this girl is holding a doll under her shirt. But those extra pair of legs are real. This is Myrtle Corbin, an American sideshow performer born with dipygus. The condition occurs when the pelvis forks left and right, causing two more legs to form.
Corbin performed as the “Four-Legged Girl from Texas” throughout the late 19th century. But she didn’t have a terrible life; she eventually married and had five children.
The Woman Who Has Been Kissed A Thousand Times
In the late 1880s, a woman’s body was found in the Seine River in Paris. Officials believe that she ended her life by drowning. A mortician created a death mask of her face so that people could identify her. To this day, no one knows who this woman was.
But if you recognize her, you’ve likely taken a CPR class. In the 1940s, Asmund Laerdal used her death mask to create the first CPR doll, Resusci Anne. CPR Anne is now the most kissed woman in history.
A Factory Straight Out Of Nightmares
Dolls can be so inherently creepy that several horror films focus on them. It’s no wonder why this photo from 1947 freaked out some internet users. Here, doll heads in a factory drip as they dry.
During this time, polymer and plastic were melted onto a mold of a doll face. The torso, head, and limbs would be attached later. With this method, dolls could be mass-produced and created far more cheaply than porcelain dolls. But that doesn’t make it any less creepy.
A Girl From World War II Draws “Home”
This is Teresa Adwentowska, a Polish Catholic girl who grew up during World War II. Her parents were activists whose home got destroyed during the bombing of Warsaw. Adwentowska had the left side of her brain damaged by a piece of shrapnel.
The incident left Adwentowska with insatiable hunger, and she later entered a mental asylum. In 1948, UNICEF photographer David “Chim” Seymour visited her school. He asked her to draw her home, and this is what she drew.
Nothing Creepy About Mickey Mouse, Right?
Before The Mickey Mouse Club show aired in 1955, a real-life club existed. The Mickey Mouse Club began in 1930, and members held their first meeting in Fox Dome Theater, Ocean Park, California. This picture shows the first club meeting.
Despite how scary the Mickey Mouse masks looked, the club skyrocketed in popularity. By 1932, it had over one million members. Plenty more meetings gathered throughout the 1930s, but no photo is as creepy and overwhelming as this one.
Hundred-Year-Old Plastic Surgery
Did you know that plastic surgery arose because of World War I? Because of the new technology, soldiers experienced facial wounds like never before. To help men eat, talk, and drink again, surgeon Harold Gillies developed sculptures of veterans’ faces.
These sculptures replicated a veteran’s face. The photo shows several faceplates used throughout the stages of surgery. Gillies developed the first facial reconstruction surgery, and he would later create the first gender reassignment surgery.
The Afterlife Boy
At first glance, it looks like an officer and a boy are alert to a potential threat on the other side of the wall. In actuality, the man is observing the 12-year-old boy who believes he comes into contact with the afterlife every night.
Remember when your parents would check the monsters in your closet before bed? This is similar, only the child, Dominique Perrot, genuinely believes there’s something there. It’s like the real-life version of The Sixth Sense.
A Foggy Graveyard
For some, cemeteries are peaceful places where you can visit lost loved ones. For others, the mere thought sends a shiver down their spine. This image explains the latter. The gravestones were lined along St. John the Baptist’s Church in the UK city Stoke-on-Trent.
The headstones are eerily close to one another and look especially menacing surrounded by thick fog. Even creepier is that the church and memorial stones were demolished in 1979.