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Fact or Fiction? You decide! RSS Feed. Find me here:. In England, , a series of bizarre fires broke out, destroying many homes and businesses.

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Art is usually supposed to brighten the life of those who gaze upon it. But in the case of these haunted paintings, art has seriously messed up some futures.

These supposedly haunted paintings have been blamed for everything from uncomfortable environments to mass arson. The haunted history of the painting dates back to , when it was purchased from an art gallery.

Ten years later, the owner of the gallery, the person who bought the painting, and an art critic who had written about it were all dead. The painting eventually resurfaced on eBay, where its terrified seller claimed the figures in the artwork came to life at night.

Some claim that merely viewing the painting causes blackouts and physical illness. Owner Sean Robinson claims this painting, known as "The Anguished Man", has a particularly terrifying backstory.

So goes the tale, the anonymous and disturbed painter allegedly stirred his own blood into the paint as he worked on the image. Soon after completing the piece, the artist committed suicide. The longer Robinson left out the painting, the worse the haunting became. He even documented the latest creepy incidents on his YouTube channel. Does this tearful portrait catch your eye? But be careful, prospective buyer: your acquisition may backfire.

The homeowner allegedly possessed a copy of the teary-eyed portrait at the time. While the blaze obliterated the home, the weepy print survived. A follow-up story included additional eerie tales about the seemingly cursed portrait. Related: Are Curses Real? So goes the tale, the young girl featured in King's painting is Samantha Houston, the daughter of a U.

Senator who fell to her death while staying at the Driskill. Present-day guests claim that merely gazing upon the painting makes one feel dizzy, as though you, too, are tumbling down a set of stairs.

As with any good legend, the painting's haunting backstory is a mix of fact and fiction— Willow Smock peered into its history and concluded that King's work is actually a replica of "Love Letters" by Charles Trevor Garland.

But tell that to the Driskill guests who stood before this portrait and met the paranormal. By The Lineup Staff. Want more haunted items? Sign up for The Lineup's newsletter, and receive our creepiest tales delivered straight to your inbox.

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The Curse Of The ‘Crying Boy Painting’ That Haunted People During the 80s and Killed Many

A writer from the north of England, Ann enjoys writing about the unexplained and the paranormal, as well as historical crimes and mysteries. The painting was a cheap print of a well-known piece, and was hung on the living room wall of her small terraced house. The reason I was so fascinated was that the picture depicted a child. The boy was a similar age to me and for some reason looked sad and downcast, tears brimming from his troubled eyes. I was so attached to the painting I even gave the sad child a name.

It was widely distributed from the s onwards. There are numerous alternative versions, all portraits of tearful young boys or girls. In addition to being widely known, certain urban legend attribute a "curse" to the painting.

If you are 18 years or older or are comfortable with graphic material, you are free to view this page. Otherwise, you should close this page and view another page. There are numerous alternative versions, but all depict a sad and crying child. In , several suspicious house fires in England were investigated, and at each site everything had been destroyed except for a painting titled "The Crying Boy.

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Massimo Polidoro Curse That Painting! Notes on a strange world Skeptikal Inquirer , vol. Paranormal legends about paintings have always existed. Some think that a picture falling off the wall represents a bad omen for the person depicted or photographed in it. Others feel watched by some portraits whose eyes seem to follow onlookers as they move through a room. And still others claim that paintings can come alive; people in it can move, smile, close their eyes, or even leave the picture. Certainly great writers, from Oscar Wilde with The Picture of Dorian Gray to Stephen King with Rose Madder , have been able to tell extraordinary stories of scary and unsettling paintings.

“The Crying Boy": The ‘cursed’ portrait that terrified a nation.

Can a painting be haunted by the spirit of a small boy? Can its evil powers cause houses to burn down around it? But back in the s, a huge number of Brits believed it. Terrified that a rather tacky painting known as The Crying Boy was cursed, they ripped it off the walls of their homes.

Art is usually supposed to brighten the life of those who gaze upon it.

Among popular items were the Chinese Lady who for some strange reason had green skin , a naked woman in a forest, and the Crying Boy. The latter of these was a print of a painting of a little urchin boy in ragged clothes, with a sad look, big eyes and tears running down his face. Why anyone would actually want such an object on their walls is beyond me. Being a rational man, Alan Wilkinson had put each and every fire down to human carelessness and did not offer any opinion on how the prints survived.

The Curse of the Crying Boy

Giovanni Bragolin , real name Bruno Amadio, was born in Venice. As a young boy he became interested in art and started to study in the art academie of his hometown. He didn't finish his formation and started a career on his own.

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Natasha Francois reveals how a mass-produced portrait of a tearful tot blazed a trail across the British Isles — and the tabloids fanned the flames. The Sun also estimated that 50, copies of the print had been sold in groceries and department stores throughout the UK. The picture had been particularly popular in the working class areas of northern England. Although The Sun claimed G. The artist died in , and no one has been able to trace him to verify his story. The paintings date from the s onwards and some say the artist produced up to 65 variations of Crying Boys and Crying Girls during his lifetime. From there, similar stories poured in thick and fast.

May 10, - Tears for fears: The Curse of the Crying Boy There were crying boys, crying girls, crying velvet paintings and this later morphed into the sad.

I think everyone had seen this strange painting at least once in their live. The famous painting of The Crying Boy. Turns out, this painting holds more obscure stories then you would think…. It was widely distributed from the s onwards. The series depicted young teary-eyed children.

The subject is a boy ranging in age from 4 to 10 years old. His clothing and the painting style differ depending on what period the artist has set him in. The jinx story seems to have been started by "The Sun" a British tabloid i. One version of the myth is that the original TCB picture was a portrait painted by a Spanish artist and that the subject was an orphan.

Painting of crying girl by Giovanni Bragolin. It is also believed that there is a jinx related to this painting. According to an urban legend , the artist fled to Spain after the orphanage he painted was gutted in a mysterious fire.

English tabloid The Sun ran an article about a Rotherham house fire caused by a frypan. The painting was signed by G.

Ancient curses invoked by tomb-raiders have remained a popular theme in fiction and folklore for centuries. However, belief in cursed objects is not confined to legends surrounding Egyptian relics, or to the subjects of the M. James stories. In the modern world there are many who believe they have personally experienced uncanny phenomena as a result of contact with a cursed artefact.

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