This Twitter Page Collects The Most ‘Cursed’ Images Online, Here Are 50 Of The Best
Out of all the Twitter accounts out there, few live up to their name as well as 'Cursed Images'.
It shares random pictures from random times and random places with random subjects doing random things. But they all have one thing in common; they make you feel uneasy.
Whether it's a playground next to a cemetery or just a fridge full of naked action dolls, these shots raise more questions than they answer and the lack of context behind them is a big part of what makes them so tense.
Continue scrolling to check out our handpicked selection from 'Cursed Images' and upvote your most (least?) favorite ones. OK, be right back, need to get myself an exorcist.
More info: Twitter
But the concept of cursed images has been circulating online for a few years now. According to the famous internet culture catalog Know Your Meme, these pictures are generally seen as disturbing to the viewer, either due to poor photo quality or abnormal and illogical content.
The idea of cursed images initially started on Tumblr, and the first account to publish them exclusively was of the same name as this Twitter account. Its first post appeared on October 28th, 2015, and gained just over 1,200 notes.
Images of this or similar nature are sometimes seen as the visual equivalent to CreepyPasta, a genre of short horror stories.
This Twitter page aside, they have inspired several popular social media accounts. In fact, we've already covered one of them!
But if cursed pics are something you're not very fond of, try the polar opposite of them and check out these 50 blessed ones.
But that's not all. In case you're willing to do a little digging yourself, there’s also a hybrid variant that is both blessed and cursed. It's called ‘blursed.’