Some very terrible things that are better not to hold. Part 2
Some of us are just crazy about various vintage rings, boxes, knives, dresses and so on. But did you know that in here so that's an interesting thing there can be "a gift" to some ghost or a curse? No? Well, now you know!
Special lovers of antiques are always obliged to "feel out" the past veshchichek that they want to purchase. we told you in the last part of the article about a few very interesting and creepy when a seemingly ordinary thing, can not only be harmful to the owner, but actually kill. Today we continue the theme of the damned things. Make it your own, it will be interesting!
Picture "Crying Boy" - a mass reproduction of paintings by Bruno Amadio, which proved popular in the British Isles from the 1950s. However, the picture has attracted media attention in the 1980s when the British tabloid "The Sun" published a story about how one Yorkshire Fire claimed that during fires in several houses he saw this picture, which is not touched by the flames , although there was all burned. In addition to this, the man said that none of his acquaintance colleague wants to buy his house this painting, as afraid of incurring the fire demon. After this interview with journalists from various print media began to actively meet with the victims, who have owned this terrible picture. Over the next six months, "The Sun" has been actively telling its readers that the picture with the "Crying boy" should be removed from their homes. They also call to burn the damn sheet, so as not to bring to your home mountain. After a thorough investigation, which was carried out on these fires, it became clear that the film was coated with a special fire-retardant paint.
Obsessed bunk bed
The case of the phantom bunk bed was so famous that the story is reflected in the well-known American television program "Unsolved Mysteries." In February 1987, in Horikone, Wisconsin, Alan and Debbie Tallmany brought home a bunk bed, which they bought in the shop secondhand. The couple decided, for the time being, to put it in the cellar. In May of the same year Alan and Debbie moved the bed upstairs in his house ... and came nine months of hell, and it's was not at all stiff back due to the sagging mattress. Since the first night, when the boys moved into his new bedroom tricks of paranormal forces quickly moved from "a little strange" to the level of "someone, call the exorcist immediately."
First of all sick children, then the radio start itself through the stations, and two children, who slept in this bed, they said that they saw the witch. Tallman called a priest who consecrated the tabernacle, and for a while all was quiet. But when Alan Tallman returned home after a few weeks after Christmas in 1988, he heard a voice that told him to go to the garage. The man decided to check out what is so in his garage, and when he came, he saw that it burning fire. Alan was not hard to run for a fire extinguisher, but as soon as he returned to the garage, he saw that the flames simply disappeared. After a few more "adventures" that took place in the house, the couple decided to burn a bunk bed away from sin. After this manifestation of any evil forces ceased.
Wedding Dress to bringing the
As the daughter of Elias Baker, a wealthy tycoon Iron County Blair in the 1800s, Anna Baker had everything. Her father was a very rich and could afford more. But, like a typical teenager, Anna wanted that can not be bought for real money - for true love. Her dear papa was quite not mind to give his beloved daughter for someone with status and money, but, as we know, is not always executed his plan. Anna fell in love not a noble man, and in a simple laborer, who worked on the railway road "under the wing" of her father. When Elias learned about the relationship with his daughter, an ordinary worker, then he became furious. Legend has it that when a man came to the guy, then screams and threats Elias could be heard far away.
The man did not want his little girl ran aimlessly, with someone who was not good enough for her, at least in his eyes. And since Elias was the head of the family, and family is very wealthy and influential, the last word still remains for him. But being so stubborn as her father, Anne decided that if she did not marry the man she loved, she did not come out for anyone. She was unmarried and died alone, and she never had to wear a bright wedding dress she chose with her mother. Not in this lifetime at least. Until recently, this is the wedding dress was exhibited at the Museum of the Historical Society Blair County in Baker Mansion in Anna's old bedroom in front of her mirror. He was kept in a special glass case, where, according to witnesses, it was moving from side to side.