This painting known as “The Anguished Man” was kept in Sean Robinson’s grandmother’s attic for 20+ years before Sean Robinson inherited this painting from her. She warned him about the painting, and said it was “haunted.” She told him that the man who painted this, mixed his own blood with the paint and after he was finished, killed himself (why would you keep this).
After Robinson took this home with him, he started experiencing some strange things as well. His wife felt her hair being stroked from time to time, they would see this shadow figure walking around the house and crying, and Robinson was even pushed down the stairs by something. There is also a video you can watch.
Whether this is true or fake, this has to be one of the creepiest paintings I have ever seen.
Haunting Statues From Around the World
1) David Cerny Sculptures from Czech Republic
2) The Cloaks of Conscience can be found in Austria, Greece, Italy, Czech Rep, and Austria.
3) Statues of Indian Sculpture Park at Victoria’s Way made in India, located in Ireland.
4) Transi De Rene De Chalon in France
5) Virgin Mother in New York
The Warren Occult Museum (founded 1952) by Ed and Lorraine Warren, most notable for their investation of the Amityville house, though most of you will probably remember them from watching The Conjuring.They created the New England Society for Psychic Research in 1951. The museum is the world’s largest and oldest museum of its kind, boasting a vast collection of haunted items and items used in occult and satanic rituals. I’m sure some of you remember our post about Annabelle the Raggedy-Ann doll, which can be found in this museum.
The Sleeping Goddess in The Lost Gardens of Heligan in England.
Masks worn by plague doctors. It had glass eye openings and a cone nose shaped like a beak to hold scented substances and straw.
Imagine, dying from the plague and seeing this coming at you to “help”, (shudders)
Colombia’s Haunted Hotel del Salto. It was abandoned due to the river contamination nearby and is now a popular place to commit suicide(since its really high up). Whether or not it’s actually haunted, this is the most haunted looking building I have ever seen.
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