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12 Creepy Photos That Can Never Be Explained

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Since the invention of the camera, people have been snapping photos of anything and everything. They shoot to record an event, historic locations, family gatherings, memorable moments – and now – mostly selfies. And throughout the years, some photos have been snapped that have burned an image in our minds that we’ll never be able to unsee. Like the “Falling Man” image that’s been plastered all over the web as of late to commemorate the horrific events of 9/11. Or there’s the “Afghan Girl” that graced the cover of National Geographic back in 1985 – an image so beautiful, yet so mysterious that we can’t stop asking ourselves “Who is she? What’s her story?”
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It appears a real-life time-traveler has been captured here. I mean, look at that dude in the odd shaped glasses, modern camera, and trendy logo’d tee standing amongst a bunch of stiffs. Very unusual considering this photo was snapped back in 1941.
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A woman from Sarasota, Florida captured this “beast” back in 2000. She claims it’s a “Skunk Ape”, which is said to be common in the area. But others who’ve analyzed the image say it’s a black bear. Either way, who the hell wants to wake up to that in their backyard?
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Here’s your typical family photo. Everyone’s sitting by the dinner table, kids in mom’s lap, and, a character who’s oddly hanging upside down. This photo from the 40’s seems to offer no explanation for the upside floating person. What’s your guess?
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What you’re looking at here is a photo of a 12 inch mummified finger snapped by a Gregor Sporri while on a trip to Egypt. What’s so odd about that? Do you have any idea how long 12 inches is for a finger? It means that the body attached would have to be at least 12 feet tall! And no one in recorded history has ever grown to such heights.
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In 1967, Stefan Michalak claims he was out in his backwoods when he was approached by a cigar shaped UFO. He said he tried to communicate with the beings inside, but their only response was to expel some sort of hot air at him through a grid-like vent, which then burst into flames. The only proof Michalak has is this grid-like burn pattern on his chest snapped by doctors in the hospital.
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Jim Templeton and his daughter were out on a sunny day when he decided to take this photo of her. What he didn’t decide on is what appears to be a spaceman standing right behind her. So mysterious is this, that upon developing, Jim took his photo to Kodak to prove that it was not doctored in any way.
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Back in 1964, a French photographer by the name of Robert Serrec saw what looked like a massive snake-like sea creature in Queensland, Australia. Some think it’s just a school of fish, others a giant tarp, while other still – think it’s Loch Ness herself (taking a vacation in Australia of course).
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If this photo snapped in the North Yorkshire’s Newby Church back in 1963 with the “Scream” like ghost floating in the foreground doesn’t freak you out – nothing will. As it’s a documented fact that Photoshop wasn’t invented until 1988 – 25 years later.
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#9

If you need more proof that aliens exist, here you go… Look closely at the famous painting of the Mother Mary, painted in the 1500’s by Leonardo da Vinci. Can you see that little glowing spaceship in the background? That’s a UFO. How it stayed still in the sky long enough for Leo to paint it however, is the real mystery.
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#10

So this’ll freak you out… this is a photo of a military squadron with a close up of a mechanic named Freddy Jackson. The problem with this photo is that it was taken two days after Freddy was accidentally killed by an airplane propeller. Even the rest of the crew examined the photo to verify that it is indeed Freddy sitting there in the shot. I guess you can say Freddy was just dying to be apart of this photo.
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Here sits Diane Berthelot in 1975 in her Church in Norfolk, UK. Diane’s a regular attendant to the congregations, and is an active member in the community. But apparently, so is the ghostly figure snapped sitting right behind her here. It’s said to be the ghost of a healer that is known to haunt the church.
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#12

What we’re looking at here is an object called by NASA “Black Knight Satellite”, that’s apparently been orbiting the earth for the last 13,000 years. To this day, no one has taken responsibility for the making of this satellite, nor does anyone know where it came from. In fact, no one even knows why it’s called “Black Night”. The only logical conclusion is that it belong to the craft of some UFO. What’s your best guess?
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