One of the creepiest cases of the decade now has a haunted soundtrack.
This may haunt your dreams tonight.
You won't believe how creepy these are - Happy Holidays!
You may be flipping through little Billy's sketchpad in a minute.
Are these mannequins haunted by the victims of a train crash?
You may have trouble sleeping tonight.
Something's biting and it's not fish.
Which one is the creepiest?
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The mysterious sounds that have been reported around the world since 2011 may have a very disturbing explanation.
The ‘Hello Barbie’ doll will facilitate two-way conversations between children and their dolls, serving as one of the stranger Orwellian surveillance tools of recent years.
Urban legends are created when horror stories and real events enter echo chambers together; they come out on the other side as freakish archetypes, creepy symbols from our collective subconscious terror. On rare occasions, an urban legend will turn out to be true--and that's when things get truly disturbing.
Number stations are powerful radio transmitters broadcasting strange sounding transmissions at various times and on various frequencies, most likely for the purposes of clandestine military communication. Yet, despite this concise explanation, these simple but bizarre bursts of shortwave radio are one of the great enigmas of the modern world. This is partially due to the fact that no one will officially confirm that number stations even exist.
Dating all the way back to first decade of the 20th century, the Ghost Diaries presents a collection of the creepiest print ads ever published.
You may rethink your daughter's birthday present after seeing these pictures.
In ancient times, it was believed that chosen prophets could communicate with spirits of the dead by means of ventriloquism. By producing sounds with the stomach (rather than by mouth), these prophets would utter words without moving their lips, and onlookers believed the sounds came from the spirits in the prophets’ stomachs. Hence the name "ventriloquist", which literally means "belly speaker" in Latin.