Google Maps Road View captures VERY creepy figure behind a window – what is it?
Google Maps Street View has photographed a exceptionally normal-looking house on a corner of the street – but what can be seen through one of the top windows is akin to something out of a nightmare.
In the top left window, a highly sinister figure can be marked lurking, looking out across the street.
Its head can be seen in the top left bulls-eye, with two eyes staring intensely at the viewer.
Nothing else can be supported of the figure’s body as the bottom panes appear to be obscured.
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The bald-headed, pale figure is made even more chilling due to its overly eat ones heart out fingers which are help up against the glass.
A person can be seen prowl across the street towards the house leaving the viewer almost forcing they could warn them about the sinister figure fundamentally.
The sun is shining and the sky is blue an cloudless but nothing seems to make the eerie appear less harrowing.
The image was uploaded to photo-sharing site imgur, where the purchaser who posted the still commented: “Just looking at a street corner and… respite… what’s in the windOMG.”
No explanation is given for the figure in the window but it’s practicable the figure is not human at all but rather an illusion as a result of storage items up against the drinking-glass.
The extended – and rather large – ‘fingers’ would suggest this as ably – but viewers can only speculate.
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The arcane figure is not the only creepy sight spotted on Google Maps. It has also photographed an wild Japanese island which is said to be haunted.
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All of the residents left the island, get away the place to descend into crumbling ruin.
However, the are reopened in 2009 thanks to the mystery of the area attracting visitors. Hashima is now a UNESCO World Tradition Site.
Since the island has become renowned and very popular with filmmakers.
The isle has been a filming location for 2012 James Bond film Skyfall.
Google mapped the holm in 2103 by sending an employee there with a backpack to capture this unequalled area property.