Los Angeles Times

This painting is considered to be cursed. People with unstable mentality complain about headaches, fainting spells and bouts of panic at the sight of eerie portrait. Cloth "Hands Resist Him" (Hands to protect it) was written in 1972 by Bill Stoneham in pictures family album on which he was portrayed in the age of five. The first picture I saw an art critic Los Angeles Times, he soon died. Then it was bought by actor John Marley (died 1984). After the picture was sent to the output, but among the rubbish it was noticed by a man and dragged home.

His four-year daughter from that day lost sleep. Every night, she resorted to her father and complained that children in the picture they fight, or go with her. If you believe the rumors (which are not bother to keep the history of the name of the next owner of the painting, but kept a lot of ugly details), head of the family set in front of the damned picture camera, responsive to the movement. During the night it worked several times. The next picture was a temporary abode auction eBay. In response to angry letters and then the site's administration even had to escort the Lot warning sign, informing that the viewing patterns can cause a deterioration of health. We must assume it is only aroused the interest of users. Painting he bought for 1,025 dollars, Kim Smith, owner of private galleries.

Now the wrath of the People's at him. People are required to destroy the painting, talked about the anxiety of reference associated with it. Ghosts hunters Ed and Lorraine Warren Smith offered his services. Others claim that the painting depicts the small Tom and Laura, the children were killed in California, whose ghost this day does not leave the house on the hill.