Top 10 Creepy Mysterious Photos Of All Time With No Explanation

Photos says it all! Well, this is not the case for these images! These are so creepy and mysterious that even the people who were taking these photos were unaware of these till it came out after being processed! Pretty much anything can be faked now days… I mean anyone with good photography skills, or a copy of Adobe Photoshop can do it. But these photos have no other explanation except real time happenings. So, here are the The Top 10 Creepy Mysterious Photos Of All Time Without Any Explanation!

10. Babushka LadyThe Babushka Lady

Babushka Lady is a nickname for an unknown woman present during the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy, who might have photographed the events.

She was seen to be holding a camera and was also seen in film accounts of the assassination. Even though the shooting had already taken place and most of her surrounding witnesses took cover, she can be seen still standing with the camera. She never came forward. The police and the FBI did not find her, and the film shot from her position never turned up.

9. Black KnightThe Black Knight Satellite

This photo is one of the several observations made by some of the first man-made satellites in 1960, reporting unidentified objects in polar orbit, something that neither the US nor Russia were capable of at the time.

Since then, the “Black Knight” was said to disappear and reappear at regular intervals. Several pics of this strange object have been taken, but it has yet to be identified as a known piece of man-made debris.

Rumors are that it Nikola Tesla was the first man to “intercept” a signal from this otherworldly satellite in 1899 after building a high-voltage radio device in Colorado Springs. After Tesla’s discovery in the next 30 to 50 years, the signal was being intercepted more frequently until it was apparently “decoded”. Since the 1930′s Astronomers worldwide have been reporting strange radio signals which allegedly come from the “Black Knight”.

8. Hessdalen lightsmysterious photos

Since the 1940’s (possibly earlier) there has been a strange light phenomenon observed in the Hessdalen Valley, Norway. The spectacle has a form of white or yellow light of unknown origin standing or floating above ground level. Between 1981 and 1984, the lights were observed up to 20 times per week but have drastically reduced in frequency since then to about 10–20 times per year. Despite ongoing research and numerous working hypotheses, there is no convincing explanation of the origin of these lights.

7. Coopers´ family photomysterious photos

Back in the 1950´s, the Cooper family from Texas moved into their new house. Once there, they took a family photo but when the picture was developed, the image of a body falling from the ceiling was clearly visible. As further investigation on this story has brought no plausible explanation, there exist many speculations; including one that argues that the shadow is the ghost of the previous owner of the house.

6. The TravellerTime Traveller With Cell Phone

In the DVD extras of Chaplin’s “The Circus,” people were given access to a short film and photos of the movie’s premiere in 1928…in which appears a person seemingly talking on a cell phone. Filmmaker George Clarke recently claimed this was proof of time travelers, and the story captivated the internet.

Some raised the prospect that this person was actually using an ear trumpet…but this doesn’t explain why the woman appears to be laughing and talking into the device.

5. Falcon Lake Incidentmysterious photos

In 1967, Stefan Michalak reportedly encountered an unidentified flying object near Falcon Lake, Canada. Michalak was close enough to touch the object but then, it suddenly lifted off, knocking him on his back. Michalak claimed to have been burnt by the object´s exhaust vent that was covered with a grid. The hot gases even left burn marks on his chest as it can be seen in the photo. After this bizarre accident, Michalak got very sick, suffering from symptoms typical of radiation but the nature of the burns has remained a mystery.

4. Solway Firth SpacemanThe Solway Firth Spaceman May, 1964

On 23 May 1964, Jim Templeton, a firefighter from Carlisle, Cumberland (now part of Cumbria), took three photographs of his five-year-old daughter while on a day trip to Burgh Marsh.

Templeton said the only other people on the marshes that day were a couple of old ladies sitting in a car at the far end of the marsh. In a letter to the Daily Mail in 2002, Templeton stated, “I took three pictures of my daughter Elizabeth in a similar pose – and was shocked when the middle picture came back from Kodak displaying what looks like a spaceman in the background.”

Templeton insists that he did not see the figure until after his photographs were developed, and analysts at Kodak confirmed that the photograph was genuine.

3. Hampton Court ghostmysterious photos

This ghostly figure was captured on a security camera at the Hampton Court, a royal palace located in the Greater London area. The figure appeared to be closing one of the palace´s doors but when the guards arrived at the place, nobody was there. As the palace has a long and violent history, the figure is believed to be one of several ghosts that are rumored to haunt the building.

2. Time travelling hipstermysterious photos

In a picture taken on the occasion of the re-opening of the South Fork Bridge in Gold Bridge, British Columbia in 1941, an alleged time traveler can be seen. It was claimed that his clothing and sunglasses were modern and not of the styles worn in the 1940s. The camera that the man is holding in his hands also looks inappropriately modern and advanced for that period. As the photo went viral on the internet recently, the man is now often referred to as time-travelling hipster.

1. Freddy JacksonThe Ghostly Airman

This is from a group portrait of Sir Victor Goddard’s Squadron, which had served in WWI at the HMS Daedalus training facility. At the top of the pic…an intriguing detail. A face appearing behind one of the officers, recognized by ex-members of the squadron to be an air mechanic named Freddy Jackson, who was accidentally killed two days earlier by an airplane propeller.

His funeral had actually taken place on the day the photograph was snapped.

So, what do you think about these? Can these claimed pics be real or some sort of editing has been made? Drop out your ideas in the comment section. Remember taking camera when you go to some unknown or creepy place, it could be possible that your photo could be the next on this list! Drop a like if you enjoyed this one. Connect to us through our e-mail newsletter or like our new Facebook page. That’s all folks for today. Have a nice day!



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