“Crying Boy” Painting/u/milkamichka

The Paranormal | July 16, 2023

“Crying Boy” Painting/u/milkamichka

So l am literally writing this as it's happening. I am sitting here, scrolling on my phone and l come across this video in my native language about the crying boy. You probably know what painting that is- child in a big frame with tears rolling down. And since it is a scrolling post l see only two photos, like painting is cursed, Italian painter bla bla. But l stop there because l realized that my aunt had it for many years in her home. Ofc l find that super interesting and l am texting my mom like "does she still have that painting in her home, you know that crying child?", and my mom is like "no, they threw it away someone told them it is a bad luck to have it". Fair enough. So l go back to see the rest of slide photos and check the comments, cause obviously that painting was everywhere, and l see that my mom sent me "why you ask? They had it..." (l cant see the rest from the notification bar). At the same time, l am reading the last slide where they said there is an interview with a fireman from England who said they had so many cases of houses burning down and that painting (its variations) being left intact. No less, l am shocked because l can guess what the rest of the message my mom sent me is. She wrote "why you ask? They had it for a very long time, even in the old house" 20years ago my aunt and her family barely escaped home fire and yes, that painting was moved to a new one until my cousin probably heard this story somewhere and according to my mom, threw it away a couple of years ago.

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[link] [comments]So l am literally writing this as it's happening. I am sitting here, scrolling on my phone and l come across this video in my native language about the crying boy. You probably know what painting that is- child in a big frame with tears rolling down. And since it is a scrolling post l see only two photos, like painting is cursed, Italian painter bla bla. But l stop there because l realized that my aunt had it for many years in her home. Ofc l find that super interesting and l am texting my mom like "does she still have that painting in her home, you know that crying child?", and my mom is like "no, they threw it away someone told them it is a bad luck to have it". Fair enough. So l go back to see the rest of slide photos and check the comments, cause obviously that painting was everywhere, and l see that my mom sent me "why you ask? They had it..." (l cant see the rest from the notification bar). At the same time, l am reading the last slide where they said there is an interview with a fireman from England who said they had so many cases of houses burning down and that painting (its variations) being left intact. No less, l am shocked because l can guess what the rest of the message my mom sent me is. She wrote "why you ask? They had it for a very long time, even in the old house" 20years ago my aunt and her family barely escaped home fire and yes, that painting was moved to a new one until my cousin probably heard this story somewhere and according to my mom, threw it away a couple of years ago. submitted by /u/milkamichka [link] [comments]

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