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The human brain is optimised to recognise faces, which could also explain why we are so good at picking out meaningful shapes in random patterns. This phenomenon, pareidolia, could be responsible for a host of otherwise unexplained sightings, such as the face of the Virgin Mary on a toasted cheese sandwich. In the same way, a chance arrangement of clothing, shadows or rocks could account for ghostly figures or faces in photographs.
Originally posted by blocula
I get the ominous feeling that these things were once living souls that are now somehow trapped and suspended in place and time...
Originally posted by works4dhs
in Manly Wade Wellman's John the Balladeer stories, he mentions once that there are 'night trees', which can move at night (and are presumably carnivorous).
if you use night trees to build a house it becomes a Gardinel (a carnivorous house). you can tell as it doesn't have a front door, just a blanket in the doorway. don't go in!!!
thx for the pics, nice.