Thermochromic table by Jay Watson
imagine banging someone on that table
imagine being home alone and seeing imprints on that table
Imagine having a friend sit at that table for a long while, but when they get up there’s no imprints at all.
What if you got up after trying to console a crying friend, and found that you had no imprints… and they were crying because they missed you?
aaaah it was a cool table now it’s a horror/drama story
It’s a cool table AND a horror/drama story! I want one!
Photographer Joshua Hoffine skillfully recreates childhood nightmares into visual reality
Holy shit these are awesome
the letter cubes on the floor in the picture with the monster under the bed spell out “daddy no”
my brain is overwhelmed right now this is awful and so gripping
the undoing of mankind
M̸̡̮ͦ̅̀̀̎͊͟Ỵ̼̗ͣ͐̇̕͟ ̂̊ͨͫ̇ͭ̀̕͏̻̗͎̜̹̼V͍̠̰̲̠̻̲̟̝ͤͤ͌͗͠O̮̘̘̾͢İ̹̩̜̩̙̻͈͊̎ͣͦ̃̏̏C̷̭̼̞͕͍̲̭̞̣͐ͬͤͯͮẼ̸͇̮̤̞̟͕̼͍̇͑̇̈́̏ͤ͐̑̀̕ ̷̯̻͕̞̞̻̗͓͛͆̽̄͐̊I̴̡͇̞̒ͩ͗ͣS̴̜̫̯̹̬̽͂̐̉͐͛͋͢͞ ͎̫͉͍̰̖͉̽̒ͅHͩ̊͒̿͐ͭ́̂ͥ̀͝҉̮̗͈Ḭ͖̲̟ͭ̂ͤ̅͊̿̎͗̐͟ͅG̫̠̫̝̹̬̙ͦ̒̐H͇ͯͬ͊E̤̳͌̔̔̇R̡̺̾ ̣̟̭̘̫̞̱̹̄͛̏Ṫ̇̄͊̿͏̭̗̖͕̩̕H̬̙̅ͨẠ̛̝̳̽̏ͧͦͫ̌͘͝Nͪ͐ͩ͋ͯͫ̐̍҉͉͎͖͓͟ ̡̝̠̺̰̰̰͍̂̓̾̽̋̔͞͞Y̭ͭ͂ͮͦ̏ͣ͆Ȍ̬͉ͣ̃̀̕͘Ŭ̙̣͔͛̆ͨ͘R̲͉̲̩͈͈̟͋͛ͦ̎ͫͅ ̸͔̣͓̹̳̟̹̘̐̂͌͠͠V̹̠̻̞̳ͯͣ̎̉͢O̧̡ͦ͛̑ͭ͐͊̚҉̮̮I͉͉̣̭̘͆͆̋̂̈́ͥ̑ͨ́C̷̡̳̩̘̫̦̖̮͊ͪ̔ͩ̋͂͡ͅĔ̸͇̠̪͔̘̤̖̥ͫ̋ͮ̅̾͑ͥ͟
at the point where they just start solidly screaming at one another i lose it every time
Rosalia Lombardo died of pneumonia at the age of two in Palermo, Sicily on December 6th, 1920. She is the best preserved child in the world and she was embalmed by the country’s best embalmer, Alfredo Salafia.
Urban legend has it that Rosalia opens her eyes every now and then. Most of the time, it was brushed off as just a rumor, until someone set up a camera and discovered this.