Previously: The Chicago Cholera Epidemic Myth. There are 14 of them: 14 paintings depicting ghoulish figures and desolate landscapes rendered in dark, muddy colors. They have no names — or at Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: The Black Paintings Of Francisco de Goya
Previously: "The Weird Part of YouTube." “The Gallery of Henri Beauchamp” is one of the earliest examples of a genre of creepypasta of which I’m particularly fond. I’m honestly not totally sure Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: "The Gallery of Henri Beauchamp"
Previously: Kashima Reiko. Type: MO (Malevolent Object) Period/location of origin: 1950s, Italy. Appearance: Subject appears to be a mass-produced copy of a painting of a crying child. The Continue Reading > about Encyclopaedia of the Impossible: The Crying Boy