Featured in famous conjuring movie series, Anabelle is probably most well-known doll ever made. Doll is believed to be possessed by a young girl Anabelle and to exhibit malicious and frightening behavior. After thorough investigation the warren couple took possession of the eerie toy and banished it in a glass box at their occult museum at Connecticut.
Placed in Burton Agnes Hall, England screaming skull is undoubtedly creepiest paranormal object in the world. Believed to be of Katherine Anne Griffith who died in the same house after being attacked by bullies in 1620. Every night, a terrifying ghost is seen roaming around the skull making tremendous noise and scaring out everyone who tried to remove the skull.
A painting by artist Bill Stoneham is probably one of the most haunted pieces of art. According to the artist, this painting is a representation of the doorway that connects our world with the world of the spirits. People have claimed to see characters in the painting changing their positions and even disappearing.
It is believed that the artist who painted the painting committed suicide but before committing suicide he mixed his blood with paint to make this painting.
Current owner of the painting Sean Robinson claimed to have heard blood curdling screams and even seeing a man like figure wandering around the painting in night.
The doll believed to be handcrafted by a Romanian man for his son. Unfortunately, the boy drowned while playing with the doll and his spirit got trapped inside the doll.
After losing his son, the Man gave the doll to the son of his worker. The new owner of the doll reportedly claimed that the doll talked to him. While other successive owners have experienced deep sorrow and sudden desire to cry when they touched the doll.
Popularly known as Busby’s stoop chair, this furniture is cursed by the spirit of Thomas Busby who was known to ruthlessly murder people. Before getting hanged, he requested to have a meal in his favorite local pub. Upon finishing his meal, he stood and said: “May sudden death come to anyone who dares sit on my chair” and ever since then, 63 people who dared to sit on the chair, met untimely and terrifying deaths. Later, the owner of the pub donated the chair to the Thirsk Museum, UK and it is still there, hung 1.5 meters off of the ground to prevent any further deaths.