Nicolas Bruno battles his fears by documenting them through his camera lens
Sometimes real life is scary enough.
Museum workers and enthusiasts have been Tweeting out their creepiest finds and some of them will make your skin crawl.
The time capsule took a darker turn when one of the girls apologized for the dents in the walls because the family had “a lot of disagreements.”
Hearing them speak clear English instead of gibberish was beyond creepy. Their words didn’t even sound natural. They sounded forced, like the voice actors had guns against their heads. But it got creepier.
The rumors say that the fourth floor of the Hawthorne Hotel is alive with spirits. But they’re wrong – there were spirits in our creaky room at the end of the hall on the third floor. And they had a story to tell. I just regret that they knew I was listening.
“I pulled a chair out from under a boy I liked in the second grade. He cried.”
When I got in my Hyundai and pulled the stick shift into reverse, the backup camera popped on, showing me the area behind my bumper. A little girl was playing in the street, purple chalk balanced in her hand.
“He follows us, mommy,” he said. “He watches you.”