Horror stories that hide the most creepy pictures

Horror stories that hide the most creepy pictures

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The creations of artists do not leave people indifferent and cause a storm of emotions - from joy to tears. But there are also such paintings, the very sight of which makes one shudder. They say about some canvases that spirits live in them: from these paintings it blows cold when you pass by, it seems that the heroes of the canvases are watching you. They can drive their owners crazy and even kill them. It is not dangerous to look at these paintings through a monitor (but this is not accurate), but we do not advise you to look for them, much less buy and hang them in the bedroom.

Horror stories that hide the most creepy pictures

Horror stories that hide the most creepy pictures

"The Suffering Man", unknown author

Behind the painting "The Suffering Man" there is a truly terrifying story. No one knows who painted the painting, but it is known that the artist mixed his blood with the paint, and after finishing the masterpiece, committed suicide. The current owner of the painting, Sean Robinson, says that he inherited the canvas from his grandmother, who, in turn, claimed that the painting was cursed. When Sean hung the painting in the bedroom, the household heard her whispering and crying at night and saw a strange shadow.

Horror stories that hide the most creepy pictures

Untitled, Zdzislaw Beksinski

Not only do Beksinsky's paintings look like illustrations of hell, but there are also such legends about them that people believe that the canvases are cursed.

Horror stories that hide the most creepy pictures

"Hands Resist Him", Bill Stoneham

Around the painting, painted in 1972, there are legends - supposedly spirits live in it. Previous owners said that at night the characters of the painting move and even come out of the frame. And the owner of the gallery where the painting was first exhibited, and the art critic who worked with it for a long time, died a year after contact with the canvas.

Horror stories that hide the most creepy pictures

"Man Suggests, but God Disposes", by Edwin Henry Landseer

The painting depicts a terrible scene: the supposed demise of John Franklin's expedition in 1845, which disappeared without a trace. The picture is in Royal Holloway College, University of London. At the time of the exams in the room where the canvas hangs, the picture is hung with the British flag. The tradition appeared when one of the students could not sit near the painting and began frantically looking for something to cover it with. The British flag came to hand. There is a superstition that a person looking at a painting goes crazy.

Reproduction of "Love Letters" by Charles Trevor Garland, Richard King

The painting hangs in the Driskill Hotel, Austin, Texas, where the four-year-old daughter of U.S. Senator Samantha Houston fell down the stairs in 1887 and died. And although the canvas does not depict Samantha, many believe that the spirit of the girl has moved into the picture, and some claim that the girls are like two drops of water. People feel uncomfortable and even feel weak when they look at the picture for a long time. Some hotel guests say they have seen the ghost of a little girl playing with a ball.

Horror stories that hide the most creepy pictures

"Rain Woman", Svetlana Taurus

Artist Svetlana Telets said that she painted the picture in about five hours and felt as if someone was driving her hand. They say that everyone who bought the painting returned it, complaining of insomnia, sadness and the feeling that the portrait was watching them.

Horror stories that hide the most creepy pictures

"The Crying Boy" by Giovanni Bragolina

The artist painted a series of paintings of crying children, which he sold to tourists. The most famous painting "The Crying Boy" is said to be cursed. The British newspaper The Sun reported that firefighters often find reproductions of a "Crying Boy" on house fires, and completely unharmed. Many believe that the image attracts fire and misfortune.

"Portrait of Bernardo de Galvez", unknown author

The painting is located at the Galvez Hotel, in Galveston, Texas. Hotel guests talk about strange incidents related to the canvas. Some claim that Bernardo de Galvez is watching them, besides, it is very cold and uncomfortable next to the painting. But perhaps the strangest thing is that whenever a picture is photographed, the picture turns out to be blurry. But some still manage to take a clear picture — you just need to ask the portrait to allow you to take a photo.

Horror stories that hide the most creepy pictures

Untitled, Laura P.

Laura P. painted a picture based on a photograph of James Kidd. Kidd claimed that he did not shoot the headless man (to the left of the van), the figure appeared during the development of the picture. The artist complained that when she finished the work, strange things began to happen - objects fell around, broke, something was constantly missing. Some believe that the spirit that appeared in the original photo haunts the painting as well.

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