Eerie Photos Still Discussed Decades Later 

By | December 21, 2022

Some historical photos can't be explained. The more we look at them, the more disturbing and unexplainable they become. There's something so eerie about these beautiful photos, and it only takes a closer look to unveil the truth.

You won't find these rare historical photos in books or museums. Our ancestors had done an excellent job at hiding the hard-to-swallow past from us.

We've collected a rare collection of the most chilling historical photos ever that will send shivers down your spine. Please beware that some of the images in this gallery are for mature audiences only.

Are you ready to take a deep dive into these bone-chilling photos from the past?

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A couple finds a private spot at the beach in Santa Monica, 1940. (Photograph by Ralph Crane)

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The history of Santa Monica goes back to 1875 when U.S. Senator from Nevada, John P. Jones, began its development. He also built the Los Angeles and Independence Railroad, which connected the town to Los Angeles. In 1885, the first hotel was constructed on Ocean Ave, but it was burned down just two years later. 

On January 25, 1887, the town welcomed the 125-room "Arcada Hotel," which soon became one of the best hotels on the Pacific Coast. During the '70s, many health-related businesses and city centers opened their doors in Santa Monica. One of these shops was the famous Supergo bicycle shop founded by Susan and Alan Goldsmith.