My Nightmares Are Bigger Than Your Butt

Sometimes I sleep with the lights on because of the imaginary murderer in my closet. He tells me stories of ancient entities and their mischievous schemes to drive people crazy.

Anonymous said: have you ever gone through blackout/do you work there? i'm curious because of the link :3

No I haven’t…I want to really bad! 

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Blackout Haunted House | New York City + Los Angeles

RULES

"YOU MUST WALK THROUGH ALONE.

You must be at least 18 years of age.

Stay on the marked path at all times.

You will be prompted to do certain actions. Please do exactly as you’re told. This is for your safety.

There is absolutely no speaking allowed inside. You can, however, scream as loud as you’d like.

Do not ever touch the actors.

Do not ever touch the walls.

You must wear a protective mask and carry a flashlight at all times. (We will provide both of these items for you. Please do not bring your own.)

If you have an emergency while walking through the house and need to be escorted out, please yell the word “SAFETY” as loud as you can. Stay where you are, remain calm, and someone will come to get you and bring you out. Once you call “SAFETY”, there are no refunds and there are no options but to leave.

Please be aware, you will encounter:

FOGSTROBE LIGHTSCOMPLETE DARKNESS
CRAWLINGSTAIRSLOUD NOISESWATER
PHYSICAL CONTACTSEXUAL and VIOLENT SITUATIONS

All patrons are required to read the rules and sign the waiver before entering. This is not optional. If there are any rules that you do not follow, you will be asked to leave and there are no refunds.

Unfortunately, the event is NOT handicap accessible.

Blackout reserves the right to deny admission to any person for any reason at any time.”

Haunted Paintings The Hands Resist Him Bill Stoneham’s “The Hands Resist Him,” a.k.a. the “eBay Haunted Painting” is one of the world’s most haunted works of art.…“The Hands Resist Him” features a boy and creepy doll standing in front of a glass paneled door. Stoneham created the painting in 1972, and The Godfather actor John Marley purchased it a few years later. A couple in California eventually acquired the painting and put on eBay in February 2000. Though the painting is creepy, the story behind it is even more so. According to the couple, the figures in the painting moved around at night and even left the canvas altogether. However, the boy and doll didn’t simply disappear from view. They entered the room in which the painting was displayed. It seems the artwork’s curse didn’t just affect the owners. People who viewed the painting online reported feeling sick and faint. Some people claimed their children ran away screaming after seeing “The Hands Resist Him,” while others claimed to be gripped by an unseen entity. One person tried to print a downloaded image of the painting, but their brand new printer refused to cooperate. An art gallery in Grand Rapids, MI purchased the painting for just over $1,000 and eventually tracked down Bill Stoneham. The artist was surprised by the haunting stories, but did note that the gallery owner who displayed the “The Hands Resist Him,” and the art critic who reviewed it, both died within a year of viewing the painting. Stoneham has since painted two sequel works, “Resistance at the Threshold” and “Threshold of Revolution.” 

Source: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Haunted-Dolls-and-Paranormal-Possessions/489399497794184
Haunted Paintings

The Hands Resist Him

Bill Stoneham’s “The Hands Resist Him,” a.k.a. the “eBay Haunted Painting” is one of the world’s most haunted works of art.

“The Hands Resist Him” features a boy and creepy doll standing in front of a glass paneled door. Stoneham created the painting in 1972, and The Godfather actor John Marley purchased it a few years later. A couple in California eventually acquired the painting and put on eBay in February 2000. Though the painting is creepy, the story behind it is even more so.

According to the couple, the figures in the painting moved around at night and even left the canvas altogether. However, the boy and doll didn’t simply disappear from view. They entered the room in which the painting was displayed. It seems the artwork’s curse didn’t just affect the owners. People who viewed the painting online reported feeling sick and faint. Some people claimed their children ran away screaming after seeing “The Hands Resist Him,” while others claimed to be gripped by an unseen entity. One person tried to print a downloaded image of the painting, but their brand new printer refused to cooperate.

An art gallery in Grand Rapids, MI purchased the painting for just over $1,000 and eventually tracked down Bill Stoneham. The artist was surprised by the haunting stories, but did note that the gallery owner who displayed the “The Hands Resist Him,” and the art critic who reviewed it, both died within a year of viewing the painting. Stoneham has since painted two sequel works, “Resistance at the Threshold” and “Threshold of Revolution.” 
Source: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Haunted-Dolls-and-Paranormal-Possessions/489399497794184

Haunted doll moves at dawn.

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