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10 Creepiest Photobombs Ever Captured on Camera

Back in the day, picture taking was something you did during special events, because it was a whole ordeal just to take pictures. You needed to have a camera, film for the camera and afterwards, you h

Back in the day, picture taking was something you did during special events, because it was a whole ordeal just to take pictures. You needed to have a camera, film for the camera and afterwards, you had to develop the film.  Don't even get us started on how they used to take pictures before that, when the camera took an hour to capture the shot and you had to get some magic voodoo water to develop it.  In short, taking pictures was a big pain in the ass.

But with the advent of cell phones and more importantly, cell phone cameras, capturing memorable moments and not so memorable moments have become the norm. Whether it's taking a shot of a breathtaking sunset or your half eaten donut you had to share on social media because it's so good you #canteven, picture taking is now an everyday occurrence.  We've even made up whole new ridiculous words to describe certain picture taking actions such as the 'selfie' or a 'photobomb.'  (And we wonder why aliens zip right past us.)

Photobombs in particular have gained popularity as a funny way to ruin other people's pictures by putting your unwelcome face in their photo.  In the beginning, it was just people photobombing other people and then eventually, goats, cats, squirrels and other animals somehow joined in on the fun.  So it's really no surprise that ghosts want to get in on the photobombing action too.

It doesn't matter if you don't believe in ghosts or not, these 10 creepy photobombs will still keep you up at night.

14 The Newlyweds and their .....baby Gollum?!?

Via cdn.arn.com.au

13 Three's A Crowd

Via exodosclub.blogspot.com

12 Why So Sad, Keanu?

Via viralnova.com

11 Jeepers Creepers, What A Peeper

Via nownews.com

10 A Splash Of Color

Via beamsinvestigations.org

9 These Darn Kids

Via forums.drom.ru

8 These Boots Were Made For Haunting

Via m.keepo.me

Ghostly photobombs aren't limited to disembodied heads and arms, they can also appear as ....a pair of boots?  Apparently, the ghost in this picture decided to mix it up a bit and photobomb this girl by leaving a pair of black boots in the background.  A little Canadian girl was on a vacation in Japan when her dad decided to take a few pictures of her near by the beach which happened to be right across form a Samurai burial ground.  Several shots of the girl were taken at the location but the boots only makes an appearance in one photo and looks similar to boots a samurai would wear.

Via express.co.uk

7 You Can Take The Boy Out Of The Farm But You Ca ...Wait, No. He's Still There

Via spiritscienceandmetaphysics.com

6 Ghosts Get FOMO Too

Via pinterest.com

5 Shriek Now Or Forever Hold Your Peace

Via dig.do

4 Sweet Grandma Photobomb

Via ghostradio.wordpress.com

3 The Fishin' Slash Burial Hole

Via pinterest.com

2 Mary, Mary, Stop Being So Scary

Via youtube.com

1 It Sees You While You're Sleeping ...And Takes Selfies.

Via youtube.com

A mother comes home exhausted from work and lends her little boy her phone to play with probably so she could have a one on one intimate encounter with a glass of wine with no interruptions. When it was time to go to bed, she found her son asleep in her bedroom with her cell phone beside him.  She picked up the phone to make sure he didn't mess up any of her apps and discovered that her son had take a few selfies of himself before he fell fast asleep and then ....someone or something else took one more selfie as the little boy slept.  The woman states that she is a single mother and that no one else was in the house besides herself and her little boy.  Now if you'll excuse us, we're going to go to a well lit room and not sleep for weeks.

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