The last known photo of Chris Benoit, taken on a cell phone by a fan at Dr. Phil Astin’s office on June 22nd, 2007. It was later determined that his wife was already dead by the time this photo was taken.
This photo was taken by a Filipino politician, of his family, and, unbeknownst to him, his own assassin
Solway Firth Astronaut – Jim Templeton was in a marsh taking photos of his young daughter and after getting them developed there appeared to have been a Spaceman in full astronaut gear standing behind her. Except there wasn’t anyone else around while they were there. Even Kodak verified that it was not tampered with
As the Cooper’s move into their new home in Texas, they take a photograph of the family sitting together, but as the photo is taken, a body falls from the ceiling. The OP said he wasn’t sure if it was real, but he thought it was real creepy.
This picture of 14-year-old Regina Kay Walters was taken by serial killer Robert Ben Rhoades, who toured the country in an 18-wheeler equipped with a torture chamber in the back. This photo was taken in an abandoned Illinois barn, where Rhoades killed Walters after cutting off her hair and making her wear a black dress and heels.
The picture Tyler Hadley had his best friend take right after telling him that he killed his parents to have a party. Tyler’s parents were dead in their bedroom while the party was going on.
The red car beside them was a car bomb that went off shortly after this picture was taken. The photographer died but the main subjects of the photo (man and the child) survived. A total of 29 people died in the blast.
Hair standing on end is a tell tale sign of an electrical storm nearby. It was taken at Sequoia National Park in California during the summer of 1975. Both brothers were struck by lighting. One of them suffered severe burns and committed suicide later.
This photo of John Lennon giving Mark David Chapman an autograph as Lennon leaves his apartment. Hours later Chapman would shoot and kill Lennon as he returned to this same building, supposedly motivated by Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye.
The “Elephant’s foot”. This is a photograph of Chrenobyl’s reactor after the meltdown. Many people died to get this picture taken. Today it lives on as a real life medusa having killed all who saw it in person.
After Hiroshima, there were shadow outlines of people who had been alive, but had died and disintegrated instantly in the blast.
Two engineers died when the windmill they were working on caught fire. This happened on 29 of October in the Netherlands (in Ooltgensplaat to be more precise). A crew of four was conducting routine maintenance to the 67 meter high turbine. They were in a gondola next to the turbine when a fire broke out. The fire quickly engulfed the only escape route (the stairs in the shaft), trapping two of the maintenance crew on top of the turbine. One of them jumped down and was found in a field next to the turbine. The other victim was found by a special firefighter team that ascended the turbine when the fire died down a bit. The cause of the fire is unknown, but is believed to be a short circuit. Firefighters are fairly powerless to do anything to fight fires on wind turbines, and due to high costs maintenance crews have limited means and training to escape an emergency situation.
Columbine High School class of 1999. Check the top left (Click the green cross in the top right corner of the picture to see it full size)
In 1989 at a Liverpool v. Nottingham Forest football game, there was an influx of Liverpool spectators due to traffic build-up. Thousands arrived late to the kick-off and began rushing into a small tunnel that led to the seating. Police organization played a crucial role in controlling the crowd.
As people flooded the seating, they were unaware that there were already too many fans and pressure began building up, creating a crush in the front rows against a fence erected to keep fans off the pitch. It was virtually impossible to move or breath at one point, and 96 fans were killed by asphyxiation or being trampled, as well as an additional 700+ injuries.
A girl who grew up in a concentration camp draws a picture of “Home” while living in a residence for disturbed children. Poland. 1948