pinner said; I grew up in a small, rural town in between mountains. A couple of years ago, they were tearing down an old elementary school. A guy my mom knew went in and took pics with his cell phone. When he uploaded them, this was one of the pictures. I don’t believe in stuff like this at all. I just really don’t know how to explain it since it was a cell phone pic and I’m pretty sure that no one in my podunk hometown knows how to make fake pics. Via source
These images by Art student Rosanna Jones show a figure lying in a lukewarm bath of powdered milk. This results in beautiful, semi-translucent, ghostly images, with dramatic focal areas and a high-key effect (see above).
Horror Pics 6 Christopher McKenney is a conceptual photographer from Pennsylvania who manages to find true art in the dark and twisted. He specializes, as you’ll see, in horror and surrealist photography. Most of the subjects in his photos are faceless, and disembodied in some way. Even though you can’t directly see their faces, you can see the pain behind the veil. As you might imagine his pictures are more than a little creepy.
Spitalfields nippers: London's poorest children in the early 1900s – in pictures