The Devil’s Trap
A Reddit user named AdamPowers22 was surprised to discover a large pentagram on the floor of his living room while renovating his newly purchased house.
The symbol, which has been adopted by various religious movements including The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Wicca and Satanism, was carved into the floorboards with no explanation as to why it was there.
The homeowner has called in Sanders to take care of the pentagram and has joked about ignoring the smell coming from under the floorboards.
Some Reddit users have offered their own interpretations of the pentagram’s purpose, with one user suggesting it is a “devil’s trap” meant to catch any demons that cross over it.
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Others have suggested performing a goat sacrifice to activate the magic of the pentagram or warned of potential hidden skeletons in the insulation. However, one user saw the pentagram as a bonus, as it could serve as a “protection sigil” for the home.
A woman cleaning out her family’s vacation home made a chilling discovery when she found a scratched-up polaroid hidden under a box in the attic.
The photograph had the words “Do you see him?” written on it, and the woman was unable to make out any figure in the image due to its poor condition.
Despite her attempts to clean the picture, it remained unclear.
She took to Reddit to see if anyone could help identify any hidden details in the photograph.
The woman revealed that a couple had previously lived in the house before her family, but her father had tasked her with clearing out the home for sale.
While some Reddit users tried to invert the photograph to see if they could spot a man, others advised the woman to stop looking and leave the house.
One user claimed to see a person standing in the photograph, while another suggested burying the polaroid and never speaking of it again.
Overall, the discovery of the polaroid has left the woman and others feeling unsettled.