People love reading about cursed objects and it has always been a favorite topic for people who are interested in dark magic. You may or may not believe in these things but according to some people, they actually exist and they are cursed. The cursed objects always have a hidden story and the truth behind it and the more you dig in, the more you will start believing it. In this article, we have listed some of the spookiest and cursed objects that actually exist in this world. You can even purchase some of these objects, would you dare to buy these cursed objects?
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Take a look at the 11 cursed and creepy objects that actually exist. They either bring bad luck or get you killed.
1. Annabelle The Possessed Doll
The doll was discovered in an antique shop in 1970. This doll was purchased as a gift and strange things started happening. She noticed that over time the doll would appear in other rooms that she did not put in. After some days the doll’s activities started getting out of hand which even included vicious unexplained attacks. The family finally contacted renowned psychic investigators, Ed and Lorraine Warren who determined that the doll was possessed by a demon. The doll was ultimately given to the Ed and he put it in a glass cabinet in his Occult Museum in Connecticut. The cabinet sign says “WARNING POSITIVELY DO NOT OPEN”.
2. The Cursed Mirror of Myrtles Plantation
Myrtles Plantation is one of the most haunted places in the world. And the spookiest cursed object on the premises is a mirror. People claim that the mirror has the spirits of Sara Woodruff and her children who were poisoned to death by a slave.
If you look closely, you can see a little girl in the mirror. You can even see her knees pushing out the form of her dress.
3. The Phone Number +359 888 888 888
People who had this number, +359 888 888 888 all died a terrible death. One died of radioactive poisoning, the other two were gunned down – one while on a date and while having lunch.
4. Thomas Busby’s Chair
A person named Thomas Busby cursed his chair in 1702, right before he was executed. Around 63 people who have sat on the chair met untimely deaths, sometimes mere hours after plopping their keister on Busby’s beloved chair. Later when the chair was sent to the museum, they had to suspend it to prevent people from committing suicide by the chair.
5. Delhi Purple Sapphire
After stealing this gem from the Temple of Indra in 1857, a lot of bad things happened to the people who owned it or wore it. Colonel W. Ferris almost immediately fell into economic disrepair, then a friend of his committed suicide while wearing the gem.
6. The crying boy paint
This was a mass-produced painting by Bruno Amadio that was distributed in post war England. All of a sudden, the houses in which the paintings were hung caught on fire. The only thing to survive the flames was The Crying Boy. Firefighters believed that the paintings were cursed.
7. The Basano Vase
This vase is thought to be one of the scariest cursed objects in the world. Now it’s locked in a coffin that’s been buried in a mystery spot. The vase was given to a woman as a wedding gift, and then she was murdered (maybe) and the vase moved through her family, bringing deaths with it.
8. James Dean’s car
James Dean bought Porsche 550 Spyder while filming Rebel Without a Cause. One week after he purchased the car, he died in a car crash. But when someone tried to steal the car, the thief ripped his arm open on the steering wheel. The car hasn’t been seen since.
9. The Hope Diamond
People who’ve guarded, owned and worn the diamond have been hung by a mob, committed suicide or torn to pieces by wild dogs.
10. The Terracotta Army
The Terracotta Army was discovered during a dig in a village in China. Ever since the discovery was made, it has become a massive tourist attraction but it also brought down the curse when it was found. Now, the 2,200-year-old village has been destroyed to make way for tourist attractions, and half of the archaeology team that excavated the army all died relatively young.
11. Koh-i-Noor Diamond
This is what happens when you steal a prized jewel. This diamond was taken back to London from India by The Britishers. Since then, most of its male owners have died a violent death.
These cursed objects are now either kept in the museum and some are still missing. All the cursed objects actually exist. They all had a story and they are somewhere still kept the way it has always been.