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The Most Horrifying Supernatural Photos

Updated on February 5, 2014

You all know the lady in the corridor ghost photo, right? But photos like those are never enough to get us reaching for the salt and iron. Don’t fret, I’m here to refresh your supply of absolutely horrifying supernatural photos.

1. The Spirit in the Car

This is one old photo, so faking it would have been almost impossible. Take a look:

This happened when a lady was visiting her mother’s grave and after taking a couple of photos of the gravestones, took one of her husband in the car. When the picture was developed, they were both shocked. The woman identified the spirit as her dead mother. It was taken in 1959.

2. The Louisiana Swamp Monster

A deer hunter in Berwick, Louisiana found his hunting camera was broken after he found it, but the memory card was still intact…with this image:

This photograph has been discussed on NBC:

The hunter says he hopes the animal/human is a vegetarian, in case he ever runs into it again.

3. The Demonic Dog

A Colorado man, a drug addict, came home from his wedding to find a demonic dog over his left shoulder. Apparently, they submitted the photo to paranormal investigators who said it was not a fake.

Well he quit his drug addiction because of this photo, so even if it’s a fake it’s a very good fake.

4. The Inhumane Handprint

This has been tossed around on Snopes, and it’s not yet proved true (but nothing is in the supernatural realm, is it?). Basically, this girl Elizabeth Hetzler disappeared from her dorm at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania on the night of February 12th 2007. Her door was locked, so was her window, and her room was on the third floor.

The day before, Elizabeth had told her friends of a strange experience she’d had, and she was feeling extremely paranoid and thought someone was following her. So what makes this story so creepy? Well, take a look at what was left on her window in the morning…

Apparently it’s a hoax, but this is the image that was on Snopes, if you want to check it out.

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