These photos were taken at a crossing in South Devon. The junction is locally known as "Dead Man's Cross" and is reportedly the former site of a gallows. Creeeeeeeepy!
A fellow named George Johnston noticed the curious shadow and posted his photo of it on social media where it garnered plenty of attention.
"Some people thought it was fake but a couple of others have gone down there themselves to check and posted similar pictures," Johnston told the Plymouth Herald. "Why would I spend my time Photoshopping a shadow? I have a life."
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Jan Castellano purchased a tub of butter from Trader Joe's with a pattern on top that looks either like three sphincters or Donald Trump's resting bitch face.
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Earlier this morning David posted a photo of a woman on Mars. We now know why she's there. Her 4-wheeled pareidoliaopede broke down and she is walking home. This is a photo of the axle and two wheels that broke off.
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This mysterious humanoid figure was photographed on the red planet by the Mars Curiosity Rover. Read the rest
Why did it take me this long to discover @FacesPics? It features photo after photo of unintentional faces.
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Freda Murphy of Erdington, England spotted Jesus in her newly-laid cement bathroom floor. Read the rest
In Michigan, St. Andre Bessette Church Festival attendees were "shocked" to see the face of Jesus in a pierogi! Pareidolicious! Read the rest
It was inevitable: The face on Comet 67P revealed itself to the Rosetta spacecraft and the world. Read the rest
The folks who claimed Procter & Gamble's old logo is a mark of Satan would enjoy the Cheese Curls of Instagram
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Separated at birth: the Michael Graves Design Bells and Whistles Stainless Steel Kettle and Hitler? (The handle is apparently his hair. The spout is a sieg heil salute.) Redditors are having a field day with this. More at The Atlantic. (Thanks, Bob Pescovitz!) Read the rest
"I took a picture on my mobile and then wiped it off -- it might look like Jesus but I've got three kids and can't be doing with mould in my house." -- Kenny Iddenden, atheist. (Via Arbroath) Read the rest