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Children, they are the future–the light of our lives…but where there is light… sometimes there is darkness, and not all children are good-natured. In fact, some children are just born evil, fertile with the seeds of a pathology that will later grow into sociopathic behavior or worse. Remember, all the serial killers who ever lived were once children. Blame it on nature, society, bad parenting–the chaos of perversion has no logic–and behind those child-like eyes lives a gestating monster.

The following photos you’d expect to find in a possessed, demonic exorcist-style movie, but take our word for it, many of them are real. So sit back and enjoy this freaky photo collection and be thankful none of the kids are yours! You never know which one could be possessed, homicidal, or even the son of Satan himself.


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    • HiPower


    • robotlion

      yeah… really scary photo’s…Not!!! what a waste of time

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    • CrowPie

      Okay….so…where are the scary ones?

      • Mayhem

        Are you the woman with the Berka and three kids?
        Take your curtain off next time, will ya?
        You look like an Arab woman.

        • Jami

          Please education yourself, RR. That was a trick used to keep squirming children still. Moms would be covered in a sheet or curtain and would hold the kids in place. It’s not a Burka at all. (Which, you will note, is spelled with a U, not an E, and actually serves a purpose when one is in the desert exposed to blowing sand and hot sunshine.)

    • Tairen

      These children are not evil; they simply passed away. Before you try writing an article please, PLEASE, make sure you know your facts.

      Postmortem photography is the taking of a photograph of a deceased loved one, and was a normal part of American and European culture in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It has nothing to do with images of violence, crime, or war. Death, and personally dealing with death, was prevalent throughout the entire world as epidemics would come quickly and kill quickly. Advances in medicine removed unexpected death from everyday life and professionals took over. Commissioned by grieving families, postmortem photographs not only helped in the grieving process, but often represented the only visual remembrance of the deceased and were among a family’s most precious possessions. Mourning periods were based on family relationships and could last from months to years. Small photographs of the deceased were often carried in lockets or kept close to the body for greater intimacy. As many of the diseases that killed our ancestors were conquered and photography advanced during the century, society grew more and more distant from death, and practices, styles, and traditions of mourning and memorialization changed.

      The earliest postmortem photographs were often close-ups of the face or full body, at times depicted to appear lifelike or napping. Children were often positioned in a crib, posed with a favorite toy, or with a family member, most often the mother. Later photographs depict the subject in a coffin. Flowers, like forget-me-nots and calla lilies, were common in postmortem photography of all types. Later photographic memorials involve a shrine usually including a living portrait and flowers dedicated to the deceased.

      The Burns Archive played a large role in the rediscovery of the normalcy of postmortem photography. The first of many exhibitions on the topic began in 1978. In 1990, the landmark publication Sleeping Beauty, Memorial in Photography in America, ushered in a new era of appreciation of the importance of these images. Since then, each year exhibitions based on The Archive’s memorial images have been created. Perhaps the most grandiose and prestigious was Le Dernier Portrait at Paris’ Musée d’Orsay in 2002. To accompany the exhibit, Sleeping Beauty II: Grief, Bereavement and the Family, American & European Traditions was produced. In 2011, Sleeping Beauty III: Memorial Photography, The Children was written. In 1997, The Archive produced the documentary, Death In America: A Chronological History of Illness and Death. Numerous other documentarians and feature filmmakers have utilized these poignant photographs, most notably in The Others. The Burns Archive serves as the premier source of images related to death, mourning and medial practices. In 2013, a lecture he gave on the topic was broadcast on C-SPAN, and it can be viewed here:…/Histo…/Memorial/index.html

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      • Kyndra

        Ahhh! This makes sense now. I am so glad people like you exist!

      • Jami

        Some of them are, yes, but the ones where the women are covered in sheets are not. Parents often did that to hold squirming children still.

        And the kids being posed with hunting trophies are likely still alive too. The girl is probably being used as a size comparison.

    • Kim

      I don’t find any of these pictures scary or paranormal or even death photos. What I do think is that they are older photos and chalk things up to times being different then. I mean some of the photos are odd no doubt, but that could be due in part to people trying to make them scary. I mean in one the little boy looks terrified.

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