7 Most Cursed And Haunted Objects In The World

Cursed And Haunted Objects

 7 Most Cursed And Haunted Objects In The World - Mystery Techs
Mostly Cursed Object are look like very mysterious and Haunted But some Cursed Object Look Like Normal and Simple.
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Haunted houses: you might even know one in your neighborhood! They always incite our senses and make us interested – or little bit spooked. However, we can be safe in the knowledge that haunted houses can't really move, so they pose little danger of bringing their otherworldly dangers to us.

Alleged to bring bad luck, poverty, illness or even death, cursed objects have always attracted people who enjoy the spooky side of life. Many things have been reported to be possessed by evil spirits, ghosts, paranormal beings and other supernatural entities and the owners of these objects have often claimed to have seen frightful sights and experience creepy things. In fact, many owners of these cursed objects have even died under very bizarre circumstances. What are some of these objects you should definitely avoid owning? Here are 7 Creepy Cursed Objects That Actually Exist.

7. Anne Baker's Wedding Dress

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Some people claimed that the movement of the wedding dress glass cage is because of the historical floorboards under the display being weak or loose, causing the case swivel. Some claimed that drafts are the reason for the motion of dress on its own. After that the society conducted the study to find out the reason behind this and claimed that Anna Baker’s spirit lives on the dress after watching the movement of the dress through the hidden cameras even when no one was present in the museum.

Long time ago in mid 80s, there was a man named Elias Baker who was very wealthy. He with his cousin Ronald Diller purchased a dying furnace in Blair which turned out to be a profitable business. He earned a fortune through the business and then brought his cousin’s share. With the huge profit, he contracted Robert Cary Long, Jr. and Baltimore, who was a trained architect to build a massive Greek-revival style mansion, completed at a cost of $15,000, a very huge amount in 1849. The place was one hell of a thing filled with all the luxuries of the world. He named the mansion as Baker Mansion. He was very proud man and dominated his family. His second daughter Anna fell in love with the local steelworker who was working for Elias. But he was a lower class person due to which Elias told his daughter that she is forbidden to marry him. There was a long argument held between the father and the daughter but Elias did not agree. Anna wasvery stubborn girl and didn’t fancy the comfort and luxuries of fine clothing, jewels, fancy house; she only wished to marry  handsome iron worker who was the love of her life.

6. Tutankhamun's Curse

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ate in 1922 the British archaeologist Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun, who died in 1323 BC aged about 18, in the Valley of the Kings, across the Nile from Luxor in Egypt. Pharaohs had been buried there from the 16th to the 11th centuries BC. Most of the tombs had been plundered from early times and Tutankhamun’s was the first to be found almost entirely undisturbed. The 5th Earl of Carnarvon, a keen amateur Egyptologist who was financing the project, joined Carter and his team to enter the burial chambers, where they found the young pharaoh’s mummified body and a wealth of religious objects, wall paintings and inscriptions as well as equipment he would need in the afterlife.
The discovery created a worldwide press sensation and stories spread about a curse on anyone who dared to break into a pharaoh’s tomb. The Times in London and New York World magazine published the best-selling novelist Marie Corelli’s speculations that ‘the most dire punishment follows any rash intruder into a sealed tomb’. It was not long before Lord Carnarvon died in Cairo aged 56 and the lights in the city went out, which set off a frenzy of speculation. Arthur Conan Doyle told the American press that ‘an evil elemental’ spirit created by priests to protect the mummy could have caused Carnarvon’s death.

5. Cursed Mirror at Myrtles Plantation

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The Ghostly Mirror at The Myrtles Plantation
The Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville, LA bills itself as “one of America’s most haunted homes.” Though dozens of legends surround the historic property, the tale of the haunted mirror is one of the most famous.
According to popular legend, a slave named Chloe baked an oleander-laced cake and poisoned three members of the prominent Woodruff family: Sara, the lady of the plantation, and her two daughters. Some say Chloe purposely killed the family, while others insist she only meant to make them ill. In any event, Sara and the children died and are now trapped inside the old mirror, or so the stories go.
Visitors at the 217-year-old plantation report seeing handprints on the glass, prints allegedly belonging to the slain Woodruffs. Strange “drip” marks also run the length of the mirror, and no amount of cleaning can remove the residue. Visitors have also spotted figures in old-fashioned clothing lurking inside the mirror’s warped glass.

4. Busby Stoop Chair

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Even well into the seventies the locals were fearful of the curse. Soon the inn would be free of the chairs terrors but it would take two more deaths. Two young airmen sat in the inn one night daring each other to sit in the chair. Eventually one of them caved in and placed his backside on the chair for just a second. On their way back to the field they both died in a traffic accident.
The publican who had had enough took the chair to the local museum and told them to display it up high and to never allow anyone to sit in it... ever!

To this day the chair is mounted high up on the wall of the Thirsk Museum and no one has been allowed to sit in it, no matter how much they offer for the thrill.

However all of this may turn out to be a little dubious. A test of the chair revealed it is not even close to being as old as it says it is. Maybe it was not the chair so much that Busby cursed, a chair is a chair but the location overlooking the main room of the inn was prime.

3. Dybbuk Box

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The Dybbuk Box is a wine cabinet which is said to be haunted by the Dybbuk, a restless, malicious spirit believed to be able to haunt and even possess the living. The box became famous when it was auctioned on eBay with an accompanying horror story written by Kevin Mannis, and is the original inspiration for the 2012 film The Possession. All owners of the box have reported experiencing horrible things ranging from scary nightmares to bizarre diseases.

2. Robert the Doll

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Robert the Doll, in close up. (Photo: Cayobo/flickr)

After some digging, the museum traced Robert’s origins to the Steiff Company, the same toy maker that first manufactured a Teddy bear in honor of Theodore Roosevelt. Robert was most likely never intended to be sold as a toy—a Steiff historian told the museum that Robert was probably part of a set fabricated for a window display of clowns or jesters. 
“Which is kind of adorable,” says Convertito, “Especially with his impish behavior it kind of suits his personality really well.”
Robert’s little sailor suit was not supplied by the company; it was probably an outfit that Otto himself wore as a child.
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1. Annabelle the Doll

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Annabelle is an ordinary Raggedy Ann doll. But some people believe she’s possessed by a demon, and terrorized a bunch of college students in the 1970s. Movies like Annabelle and The Conjuring tell this story.
They use a prop doll, but there’s a real Annabelle doll in a basement museum, known as the Warren Occult Museum, in Connecticut. Sadly, the museum is currently off-limits to the general public due to local zoning laws, but the Warrens still show off Annabelle and their other artifacts at lectures and talks across the country.
A version of this story was first broadcast in October 2014. Here’s an encore presentation as part of the Off the Path from New York to Boston podcast.
Annabelle is real. You might disagree on whether she’s really possessed or not, but here she sits, encased in thick glass, surrounded by crucifixes and warning signs and ominous music.

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