• The Damned pictures
Zdzisław Zdzisław Beksiński picture has no title. Some seriously believe that who saw his paintings forward to an early death. However, they are now on display in Poland in the museum that bears the name of the artist. Those who are inclined to believe in such a mystique, please note that in this paper no pictures, only pictures of them, so there was no danger.
This work is supposedly written by the artist in his own blood. Canvas titled "The man who is experiencing flour", was created by an unknown author, who committed suicide soon after its completion. Owner of the picture Shaun Robinson has inherited it from his grandmother. At first he kept the painting in the basement, but once the flooding has forced Robinson to move it into the house. Currently portrait hangs in the guest bedroom on the third floor. After the move, according to members of the Robinson family, the night before they were heard muffled sobs and strange noises like someone scratching on a tree. Robinson's wife said that once she got into marital bed (not in the room, where there was a picture), and was horrified to find her husband instead of another person, a stranger. When she jumped out of bed and was about to call the police, the stranger disappeared.
Picture Edwin Henry Landseer "Man proposes, God disposes" (1864) is in college, University of London Royal Holloway. According to rumors, in the seventies of the last century, one of the students committed suicide after seeing this work. Its note of suicide was found during the initial medical examination. It read: "Polar bears made me do it." Because of this case after 1984 the university administration began to hide the picture, so no one could see her. However, replica titled "Disappearing Ice: alpine and polar landscapes in art", is currently being demonstrated in the Glenbow Museum in Calgary. Gloomy and mysterious rumors surround a replica, like the original picture.
artist Laura P. painted this watercolor from a photograph taken in the tourist town of Tumston, Arizona, a professional photographer James Kidd. If you look closely, you can see a headless man standing to the left of the van. Laura swears she did not draw it on purpose, and that this figure was not in the original photograph. After she hung up the watercolor in his house, began to happen strange events. Mysteriously changed during appointments, disappeared without a trace important papers and antique clock hanging on the wall 40 years, fell and broke. Moreover, various objects quite inexplicably flew to the hostess, as if someone had thrown them, including dried starfish, nailed to the walls of the garage for decorative purposes.
"Crying Boy" Bruno Amadio brush - not a particularly expensive painting, owned by a British married couple, Ron and May Hall. In the mid-eighties, their house burned down. The only item that was left after the fire completely intact, there was this picture. As a result, it has been blamed for the fire. There are several reproductions of this painting, and with them also linked, strangely similar stories. It's hard to believe, but in the homes of people who had the misfortune to hang them on the wall, the case of fire, in which reproductions were the only survivors of the subject. Other hosts reproductions reported that they almost brought them to poverty.
Bill Stoneham created his painting "Hands resist him" in 1972. The people who owned the painting, told the doll and a little boy on the canvas sometimes change their posture and position, and sometimes they were found even outside of the picture, for example, on the wall where it hung. As explained the then owner of the painting, which was trying to sell it through the ebay platform, he hoped to help his young daughter to get rid of tormenting her fears, which placed in the camera room, reacts to movement. Thus he hoped to show his daughter that she had nothing to fear. Instead, he said, they saw the boy slowly moves away from the picture.
Supposedly, this portrait, painted by Bernardo de Gálvez, who died in 1786, is home to the ghost of the artist and can not be photographed, especially if the painting does not ask for permission. Any attempt to take a picture of the work without permission leads to the fact that the photo is blurry, regardless of the lens.
Picture "Love Letters" hangs in the Driskill Hotel in Austin, Texas. It was alleged that it was the reason that the four-year daughter of a US senator fell down the stairs and died. The girl in question, had a striking resemblance to that shown on the canvas. Recently, people have reported that the expression girls face in the picture, as well as its location, change over time. Overly inquisitive spectators, which is too long looking at her, at some point begin to feel physical discomfort or dizziness. The painting "Dead Mother" was written by Norwegian artist Edvard Munch, author of the famous painting "The Scream." People who own this work, argue that the sheets in the picture sometimes publish rustling sounds or moving, and the child now and then completely disappears from his seat.