“Believe only half of what you see and nothing that you hear.” (( Viewer Discretion Advised ))

This painting became an internet sensation in 2000, when put up for sale on eBay. The sellers claimed that the children in the painting moved at night, sometimes leaving the picture. This website shows some close up photos which show the disturbing details of the painting. Neither of the children have eyes, but perhaps the most unsettling feature are the tiny hands pressed against the glass of the door behind them. The artist was commissioned to paint a sequel to this work, showing the characters in it decades later.

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    The artist, Bill Stoneham, actually finished a third painting in the series last year (you can take a look at all of...
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