From hovering UFOs, to naked men in trunks, to proof of the existence of angels, we count 30 weird, creepy and downright disturbing things picked up by Google lenses!
This bird’s eye image shows the rooftop of Peabody Place Entertainment and Retail Centre in Memphis, Tennessee. The creepy thing about it is someone’s taken the time to spray paint ‘Come Downtown and Play’ in an area where almost no one will see it. The invitation seems friendly enough, but I don’t wanna accept it …
In all likelihood it’s a mannequin or some sort of strange voodoo statue, but the weird thing is that, upon reviewing it, the Google Street View team decided to blur it, as if there was something about it that needed hiding …
These two images are before-and-after shots. In one image, the Google Street View car captures a healthy-looking donkey just chilling on the side of the road, possibly waiting for someone to enlist him as their noble steed. In the second image, the donkey is sprawled out on the road looking kind of … well, dead.
The public assumed the Google car had run it over, and Google rushed to clear the rumour. Apparently, the photos were taken in reverse. The donkey was first taking a nice dirt bath, then sprang up when the Google car approached.
So there you have it: no donkeys were harmed in the making of this video.
This photo, taken in Chile in January 2012, shows what looks like a group of disembodied, possibly mummified corpses spilling out of dumpsters. But on closer inspection you can see they’re just creepy horror movie-esque mannequins. Phew! Kind of looks like a deleted scene from the Silent Hill movies.
After intense scrutiny, the Reddit community that discovered it determined this wasn’t a crime scene at all; it was just an innocent outing with man’s best friend. What appeared to be a body and bloody trail was actually just a wet pooch that had streaked some water behind him.
It’s not some science experiment gone wrong; it’s an elaborate art project conceived by a Vienna art collective. The bunny is made entirely of fabric and straw and hikers are encouraged to climb all over it as they pass on their journeys.