The World’s Creepiest Statues

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What makes statues so creepy? Is it because even though they are a representation life, they are so stubbornly lifeless? Or is it because we can never prove they aren’t moving when we turn our backs? Take a look at some of the creepiest statues that silently watch over the world’s parks and cities.You’re going to be looking over your shoulder more after this.

“The Anonymous Statue” Budapest, Hungary

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 “Le Passe-Muraille” Paris, France

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“The Freemont Troll” Seattle, WA

The Freemont Troll

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“The Cloaks Of Conscience” Austria, Greece, Italy, Czech Republic

The Cloaks Of Conscience

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“Virgin Mother” London, England

Virgin Mother

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 “The Haserot Angel of Lakeview Cemetery” Cleveland, OH

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The Haserot Angel of Lakeview Cemetery 2

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“Tower Babies” Prague, Czech Republic

Tower Babies

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“Black Aggie” Washington DC

Black Aggie

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“Cerný Wenceslas” Prague, Czech Republic

Cerný Wenceslas

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“The Awakening” Washington DC

The Awakening

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Ugh, the creepiest statues always have hooded cloaks. I think I’m just scared there might actually be a real person hiding under the hood. Give this a share on Facebook if you agree.

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