Top 10 Scary Cursed Paintings You Should NEVER See

Top 10 Scary Cursed Paintings You Should NEVER See


Whats up people hope youre having an awesome
day wherever and whenever youre watching this! Im your host Ayman Hasan and welcome back
to another video here at most amazing top 10. Honestly i feel like more often than not whenever
I see paintings with faces in them the eyes do usually just follow me around the room. But thats just me overthinking. Or is it? There are so many cases of paintings actings
weird or bringing about things they cant that it blew my mind. And itll probably blow yours. This is the Top 10 Scary Cursed Paintings
You Should NEVER See. Starting us off with number 10 is The Anguished
Man. Now the painter of this piece is unknown but
his painting is meant to be one of the most cursed paintings in the world. And after hearing how the painting came to
be, youll probably agree with that statement. Although the artist is unknown, his story
isnt. Its said that his mixed his own blood into
the painting and soon after finishing it he committed suicide. Somehow the painting got into the possession
of Sean Robinsons grandmother who stowed it away claiming it was evil. When she died and Sean inherited it he soon
backed her statement. After he hung up the painting in his bedroom
his whole family started hearing crying and whispering late at night, and seeing the appearance
of a shadowy figure. I’m assuming the crying or whispering or
the figure are the artist himself, wallowing in his sorrow for eternity, i dont know i
couldnt tell you the backstory even if i wanted to. Coming in at number 9 is the ebay Haunted
Painting. Great name i know. The actual name of this painting is The Hands
Resist Him and it was painted by Bill Stoneham in 1972. The painting itself is a bit haunting with
the doll girl and the hands coming out of the mirror and why does this little kid look
like an angry 40 year old no one knows. Anyway in February of 2000 the painting was
dubbed the eBay Haunted Painting because many previous owners of the painting said it was
either haunted or cursed. They described instances where the characters
in the painting would move at night so much so theyd actually leave the frame altogether. Bill the painter of the painting himself even
said the owner of the gallery in which the painting was first displayed and the first
art critic who reviewed the painting both died within a year after looking at the painting. I mean i think if anything we should be interrogating
Bill and asking him why he put so much bad juju into the painting that it ended up being
cursed. At number 8 we have Man Proposes, God Disposes. This painting was done by Edwin Landseer back
in 1864 and it does not depict man proposing or god disposing despite the title. The painting which is housed in Royal Holloway
at the University of London depicts the Franklin Expedition shipwreck and crew being ravaged
by a bunch of polar bears. The painting began gaining a reputation for
being cursed in the 70s. During that time a student committed suicide
and left an incomplete exam paper behind as a suicide note which had inside of it “the
polar bear made me do it”. As in the polar bears from the painting. Other students started reporting going mad
after looking at the painting or failing their exams. Which i mean if they were using that as an
excuse just for simply failing they shouldve used a better one. But there were so many stories that the university
started covering the painting in 1984 so no one could view it while sitting their exams. Even these days students still refuse to sit
near it during exams. Im surprised they had paintings that nice
all i had in my exam hall were giant clocks and those annoying ass exam invigilators. Filling our number 7 slot is The Rain Woman. The painting was done by Ukrainian artist
Svetlana Telets who said the piece took her a total of 5 hours to make. Shed never completed a painting that fast
but felt like her hand was guided by someone else the entire time. The painting itself looks like a creepy narrow
caricature of woman in The Woman in Black. After she finished the painting it was sold
numerous times but the owners kept returning it almost immediately because they all reported
feelings of fear, insomnia, unexplained sadness, anxiety and the feeling that they were being
watched all the time if they were near the painting. I mean if youre an artist and you finish a
great painting in 5 hours and you claim your hand wasnt even moving itself, the likelihood
of that painting ending up screwed up is high. Which is why im not surprised it screwed with
every owner it had. Now at number 6 is the Dead Mother. I love how melancholy yet straight to the
point these titles are. Many of you will know The Scream painting
but it was Edvard Munchs Dead Mother painting that really got peoples attention. The disturbing picture depicts a little girl
standing with her hands on her ears in front of her mothers dead body. The painting has been displayed at countless
exhibits around the world and many have claimed the girls eyes incessantly follow them, and
that the child moves blinks and sometimes leaves the painting entirely. Others have even said theyve heard the bedsheets
of the mothers bed rustling and seen the mother switch positions. I dont know how much i believe in a painting
moving to that degree but the masses have spoken. Coming in at number 5 is The Portrait of Bernardo
De Galvez. Bernardo was a Spanish military leader who
helped the American colonies during the Revolutionary War. During the early 1900s the city of Galveston
(gal-vi-stin) opened the Galvez Hotel to honour him and they commissioned a giant portrait
of him to go in its lobby. Soon after the Galvez Hotel opened its doors
guests started complaining the painting would make them feel extremely cold and that his
eyes were following them. See always the eyes i told you. The Hotel started getting a reputation due
to the cursed painting and guests used to come and take pictures with the portrait. But all their photos would come out blurry
or with a weird mist over it. They were just never in focus no matter how
still you held the camera or how much you cleaned your lense. One guest however actually asked the portrait
if they could take a photo, and that was the first one that ever came out clear. Many believe the ghost of Bernardo haunts
his painting and it seems pretty legit to me. I mean this story has pros and cons, cons
that painting is haunted by a ghost and ghosts are never good and pros at least hes a well
mannered ghost. At number 4 is Love Letters. This one involves kids and i feel like whenever
its something scary kids just make it 100 times worse. But anyway the Driskill Hotel in Texas is
a popular place for paranormal tourists around the world and a lot of why they visit is to
do with this painting. In 1887 the US Senator was staying at the
hotel with his 4 year old daughter Samantha Houston. While chasing a ball she fell down the stairs
and to her death and the painting in the hotel doesnt depict her but it depicts a girl that
looks a lot like her. Many believe Samanthas spirit cursed the painting. Some people have reported feeling nauseous
and dizzy after looking at the painting, others felt like they were being lifted into the
air in front of it, some even claim the girl is trying to talk to them. And that if you look at her long enough her
expression starts changing. Guests have also seen a little girl playing
with a ball in throughout the hotel. I mean. I dont need to add 2 and 2 together for you
guys. Thats pretty self explanatory and backed up. Filling our number 3 slot is the Untitled
Painting. Zdzislaw Beksinski (Zgee-shwav Bekshee-neeskee)
was a Polish painter who liked painting in the style of dystopian surrealism. His paintings were mostly gothic or baroque
and he never gave any of them a title. His paintings look like hallucinations from
hell or something youd see while lucid dreaming but theyre incredible. Weirdly enough he burned many of his paintings
in his backyard before even showing them to anyone. Beksinskis life was full of tragedy his wife
died in 1998 and a year later on Christmas Eve his son committed suicide and he found
his body. Then in 2005 he was found murdered in his
apartment with 17 stab wounds because he refused to give 100 dollars to Robert Kupiec the son
of his longtime caretaker. So the man really had a troubled life till
the end and many people believe if you look at his paintings for too long youll face your
own death soon after. Now at number 2 is The Stagecoach Painting. Thats isnt its official name but we’re gonna
roll with it. Back in 1994 a photographer took some double
exposed pictures of stagecoaches in Tombstone Arizona. When the picture finally developed he saw
a headless man standing on a log next to the wagons that was 100% not there when he took
the picture in real life. That photo ended up getting displayed all
over town and then an artist called Laura decided to recreate it as an oil painting. It was already horrific once why do we need
two horrific paintings? Either way many believe the ghost in the ghost
in the painting attached itself to Lauras version. The first office space it was sold to quickly
gave her back the painting claiming despite straightening it everyday, every morning the
painting would be crooked. They went on to say their business had decline
because appointments and papers were missing and going awry. I mean blaming a painting for your business
failures? Bit of a cop out really. Laura decided to just display it in her own
house but after she did her garage roof started leaking despite workers finding no source
for the leak. When the painting was moved out of the garage
the leak stopped, but inside the house things started breaking and going missing. Im not saying it was the headless man in the
photo, but im not not saying that. And finally at number 1 is The Crying Boy. This one was painted by Giovanni Bragolin
at the end of World War II when he started painting portraits of Italian orphans dying. The prints in his collection became very popular
in England but by the 80s things took a grim turn. Many portrait owners began reporting that
they thought their prints were cursed. Popular UK newspaper The Sun reported that
in over 50 house fires the only thing left unscathed in every house were The Crying Boy
prints. In one of the fires, the firefighters actually
found a print face down on the floor still in its frame, completely untouched by the
fire that destroyed the rest of the house. A variety of physics claim the curse is from
all the hopelessness and misery the orphans felt that they continued to haunt the paintings
even after they died. And thats it for todays video guys! I was pleasantly surprised at how many cursed
paintings there are with very decent backstories. I dont know if pleasantly is the right word
but you get what i mean. Lemme know what you thought in the comments,
as always im Ayman Hasan and ill see you later. Byee.

100 thoughts on “Top 10 Scary Cursed Paintings You Should NEVER See

  1. More Scary Vids 😱👇
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YHT-D41cy9Q&list=PL532nVurngGurLZQ8vUjfybxIrwZRNGnC

  2. The girl love letters she kinda looks like me when I was four or five when I stiared at her for a very long time

  3. Me: Here it will 1$ you:ok pays

    2 years later you: 911 ,911:yes you: I need help 911:why you;because some killed my son. 911: HOLY SHI i,'ll be there in a jippy you:ok. 20 minutes later 911: missir you ok you:… 911: welp heshe died

  4. I think it's quite safe to see these paintings in pictures. Probably it's not a good idea to see them in real life.

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  6. I’m polish and I am going back to Poland for the summer holidays tomorrow so when I heard that he’s polish I was like “whaaa” and also soz to say this but you pronounced his name wrong xD but to be honest even I have trouble pronouncing it and I’m polish

  7. Srsly the whole comments are 5,000 percent about the ‘if it’s haunted then why are we seeing it’ like srsly I’m not kidding (._.)

  8. 1.Fake
    2.you are posting it and we are not aloud to see it
    3.paintings can’t move only if you move it
    4.you can rub it of -_-
    5.you can change it -_-
    6.Fakers

  9. I watched the video then turned it off then when I watched it ages the paintings called the next day I watched it ages and it caged ashen I don't know how

  10. Кто Русский объесню все картины с светом для дальтоников остальные если только оригинал😶

  11. “Top 10 cursed paintings we should never see’

    Me:*looks at paintings*

    Also me: Welp at least I’m not gonna die alone

  12. As a painter, all I see is pigment orchestrated in different ways on canvas. Some of these are very well executed !

  13. From a polish subscriber: I barely made out that his name was Zdzisław, but dont worry, polish is one of the most difficult languages in the world

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