Old Mysterious Photos that will Haunt Your Dreams : Part 2

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The following photos were culled from the dark archives of the past. Once again, we have no explanation for them. They could be works of art. Maybe they’re the photographic relics of a deranged family or cult. Or perhaps they’re messages from possessed entities. We honestly can’t comprehend how these images came to be. Clearly, they’re real, but what could have compelled the photographers to take them as opposed to, say, running away? More importantly, what compelled the subjects of these images to behave in the manner in which we see them? Is it possible our history contains untold stories of occultish possession?

Behold our second installment of old, mysterious photos and try to imagine the states of mind of the people in them. Who knows, maybe you’re related.

























For PART ONE of this post, CLICK HERE!

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  • Uma Maheswar Nakka

    They are not at all mysterious, in additin some are but funny

  • bgkillerk

    The one photo of statues of children dancing around a crocodile is in Stalingrad, WWII during the seige.

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  • jm

    The rabbit suit one is terrifying as well as the one with the baby surrounded by black robed people. That child is surely scarred for life by that situation. Also, what is with all of the women completely covered up for the photo, why be in it if you are under a sheet? Thank you for posting these and scaring me half to death.

    • The Ghost Diaries

      You’re welcome :)

  • Kelli Robinson

    As for the women under hidden under sheets with the children, that was their way of making sure that the baby had something sturdy to sit on while getting photographed so they would fall off. Years ago, Olin Mills used to have the mother get under a piece of carpet (just her upper body) to form a chair like setting so the baby wouldn’t fall over or off the table while getting their picture taken. As for the bird beak masks, for some time, including around the time of the Black Plague, the long
    “beaks” of the bird masks would be stuffed with spices and incense,
    which was thought to fulfil two purposes -
    it would cover the stench of death and disease, and some wearers
    thought that by wearing it they were warding off the diseases.

  • Don Van horne

    All of the ones in Part 1 and Part 2 with people covered with a blanket with a child in them are Death Photos taken many years ago. They often used them to pose with the adult(Covered) holding the dead child as a “lasting memory” and were VERY expensive in their time.

  • Sparkle Plenty

    I think the one with the children in a circle relates to the childhood song Ring around the rosie, pocket full of posie, ashes, ashes, we all fall down. Which is actually referencing being nuked and the nuclear winter that would follow.

    • Hiame

      That childhood song has nothing to do with nuclear war. It dates back to the black plague.

    • Maggie Deuchars

      The children’s nursery rhyme … Ring-a-ring-a-roses, a pocket full of posies, atishoo atishoo, we all fall down is about the black death plague in the uk in the 1500′s the ring of roses was the first sign of the plague (rosy red spot’s in a ring in all your creases, bend of the arm, arm pit, back of the knees etc.) the pocket full of posies were the herbs people kept in their pockets ( a small bag they hung around their neck) to try and ward off catching it and the “atishoo” was the final stage before they “fell down dead” this was 4 hundred years before “Nukes” so had absolutely nothing to do with that … interestingly the only people not affected by the plague were stable hands, scientists have now found out that certain oils in a horses skin were protecting them and the people who worked with them from this awful disease …

      • Sparkle Plenty

        Great information, thanks for clarifying. I knew it had a really bad meaning and as a kid we sang it without having a clue to it’s origins.