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delicate-haunting:

Police removing bodies from the Amityville house. On November 14, 1974 Ronald DeFeo killed his father, mother, two brothers and two sisters in their home. His crimes were later made into a book and film named The Amityville Horror.

delicate-haunting:

Police removing bodies from the Amityville house. On November 14, 1974 Ronald DeFeo killed his father, mother, two brothers and two sisters in their home. His crimes were later made into a book and film named The Amityville Horror.


30 Day Horror Challenge
Day 22: Best movie based on a book.

Carrie
They’re all gonna laugh at you!
posted 1 year ago via horrorharbour · originally minnietesla
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noctis-lux:

There are monsters 

noctis-lux:

There are monsters 


ghostadventuregifs:

Old Fort Erie.
What does this shadow look like to you guys? I think it looks like an arm with claws rather than fingers? Hmm. Tough one!

ghostadventuregifs:

Old Fort Erie.

What does this shadow look like to you guys? I think it looks like an arm with claws rather than fingers? Hmm. Tough one!



“Tequendama Falls (or Salto del Tequendama) is a major tourist attraction about 30 km southwest of Bogotá, the capital city of Colombia. The thousands of tourists who visit the area to admire the 157 metre (515 feet) tall waterfall and the surrounding nature, make a stop at another nearby landmark as well, the abandoned Hotel del Salto.

The luxurious Hotel del Salto opened in 1928 to welcome wealthy travelers visiting the Tequendama Falls area. Situated just opposite to the waterfall and on the edge of the cliff, it provided a breathtaking view to its guests. During the next decades though, Bogotá river was contaminated and tourists gradually lost their interest to the area. The hotel finally closed down in the early 90’s and was left abandoned ever since. The fact that many people in the past chose that spot to commit suicide, made others believe that the hotel is haunted.”
Tequendama Falls (or Salto del Tequendama) is a major tourist attraction about 30 km southwest of Bogotá, the capital city of Colombia. The thousands of tourists who visit the area to admire the 157 metre (515 feet) tall waterfall and the surrounding nature, make a stop at another nearby landmark as well, the abandoned Hotel del Salto.

The luxurious Hotel del Salto opened in 1928 to welcome wealthy travelers visiting the Tequendama Falls area. Situated just opposite to the waterfall and on the edge of the cliff, it provided a breathtaking view to its guests. During the next decades though, Bogotá river was contaminated and tourists gradually lost their interest to the area. The hotel finally closed down in the early 90’s and was left abandoned ever since. The fact that many people in the past chose that spot to commit suicide, made others believe that the hotel is haunted.”

exitnetwork:

…ereh erew uoy hsiw

exitnetwork:

…ereh erew uoy hsiw


jayrmolina:

This was during “Zap” & this picture still creeps me out. I have no idea who this was. None of the girls there that night looked anything like this. :S #freakyshit #haunted #ghost #scary #derp (Taken with Instagram)

jayrmolina:

This was during “Zap” & this picture still creeps me out. I have no idea who this was. None of the girls there that night looked anything like this. :S #freakyshit #haunted #ghost #scary #derp (Taken with Instagram)







marierosewrites:

the bad seed (1956) mervyn leroy

marierosewrites:

the bad seed (1956) mervyn leroy