Strange things people leave at the graves of famous figures
In some cultures, gravesites are cherished places where the living can continue to honor the dead. Most commonly, flowers, candles, and stuffed animals are left behind as symbols of love, respect, and admiration. These gifts are a way for people to feel connected with the deceased and to help their spirit live on. Some gravestones, however, have seen rather unusual items, only made more unusual if you have no context behind them (though sometimes even the context can't fully explain it...). These strange grave gifts often have fascinating tales tied to the deceased figure's history, and provide some insight into their lasting impact on people. Intrigued? Click through to see the most unusual things people leave at the graves of famous figures, and why.
The most haunted objects in history
Spooky stories of haunted houses, desecrated burial grounds, and seafaring specters are enough to send chills down anyone's spine, but we can all take solace in the fact that as long as we avoid these very specific places, no supernatural misfortune should come our way. So then, what do you do when it's not an area that's cursed, but an object? An object capable of moving throughout the world, always bringing tragedy and destruction in its wake? That's an entirely different story altogether. There are many of these haunted items and artifacts all around the world, which might be to blame for some truly heinous crimes. From coffin lids sinking the Titanic, to terracotta sculptures with the power to wipe out villages, there's a lot more out there for you to be afraid of than you might have thought. Do we have your attention? Read on to learn everything you need to know about the world's most haunted artifacts.