Death is never an easy topic to broach. How people grieve is intimate and private. But death can also bring out the drama. The worst of family and loved ones show up way too often. Case in point… Redditor imannoyedbythis wanted to discuss her story for some feedback. So naturally she came to visit the […] More
We’ve all misjudged a person at one time or another. But for one guy on Reddit, a woman’s mistake about his phone use at the gym resulted in a fairly serious allegation akin to sexual harassment. So, when she turned out to be wrong, he asked her to pay him money for the mistake. He […] More
People Share Seemingly Normal Photos That Have Deeply Disturbing Backstories
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In an eerie version of timing and prescience, some photos are taken just before tragedy strikes.

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People Share Photos With The Absolute Creepiest Backstories
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There are just some moments in life that are far too real and far too gruesome to ever want to capture for nostalgia. Those are definitely not the times Kodak had in mind. However, we can't often control the story the camera is going to tell because, nine times out of ten, the photographer isn't psychic. So once in a while, every snapshot can be the beginning of a sordid tale that will haunt you.

Redditor u/BreakRulesRun wanted to discuss the truth behind some photos that maybe we'd rather not know by asking... What photo has a creepy backstory?
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Photo Developers Break Down The Weirdest Images They've Ever Processed
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When one is processing photographs and film you are automatically involved in the secrets and events of the lives of strangers. It can be fascinating and heartwarming but more often than not, haunting and shocking. Why is it people don't seem to think ahead before they give strangers access to their lives? Somethings are just not meant to by seen by the general public.

Redditor u/lil_datum was wondering what images those who have processed film can never unsee by asking.... People who used to work in photo labs before digital cameras, what weird stuff did you develop?
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