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Creepy Demon Photo Captured In Hospital Over Dying Patient (Video) - Unexplained Mysteries


Demon on Bed

Quite a bit of chatter going on about a photo by an anonymous source, in an unknown hospital in an unnamed state, of a dark figure standing on a bed with a patient on it, which is being referred to as 'creepy' and 'freaky,' with guesses ranging from it being a demon to an astral body of the patient before death.

The caption on the photo shown below states the following:

'This picture was taken of a nurse's viewing monitor. On the monitor, this black figure appeared standing on top of the patient who was lying in the bed.The patient died within a few hours of this figure appearing.'

If it is a photoshopped photo it is done well because the usual telltale signs of photoshop are not there. We have been told that hospitals are the breeding ground for demons its where they lurk en mass is the reason because they are waiting for the next poor non saved person to die so they can drag them to hell.

Mare (folklore)

A mare or nightmare is an evil spirit or goblin in Germanic folklore which rides on people's chests while they sleep, bringing on bad dreams (or "nightmares").

The mare is often similar to the mythical creatures succubus and incubus, and was likely inspired by sleep paralysis.


The word "mare" comes (through Middle English mare) from Old English , mare, or mere, all feminine nouns. The -mar in French cauchemar ("nightmare") is borrowed from the Germanic through Old French mare. The word can ultimately be traced back to the reconstructed Proto-Indo-European root *mer-, "to rub away" or "to harm".

In Norwegian and Danish, the words for "nightmare" are mareritt and mareridt respectively, which can be directly translated as "mare-ride".


The mare was also believed to "ride" horses, which left them exhausted and covered in sweat by the morning. She could also entangle the hair of the sleeping man or beast, resulting in "marelocks", called marflätor "mare-braids" or martovor "mare-tangles" in Swedish or marefletter and marelokker in Norwegian. The belief probably originated as an explanation to the Polish plait phenomenon, a hair disease.

Even trees were thought to be ridden by the mare, resulting in branches being entangled. The undersized, twisted pine-trees growing on coastal rocks and on wet grounds are known in Sweden as martallar "mare-pines" or in German as Alptraum-Kiefer.

According to Paul Devereux, mares included witches who took on the form of animals when their spirits went out while they were in trance. Animals such as frogs, cats, horses, hares, dogs, oxen, birds and often bees and wasps.

Is this proof of demons? Are they here, surrounding us but we usually cannot see them? Is this what comes for us before we die?

Demon on Hospital Bed

Web Comments - I put this pix under zoom , and the right arm looks like a robot / drum type shoulder, take a long good look under zoom, the arm is also longer , and the joints looks like robot, but the rest looks human sort of, human hair, with what looks like a great hair style, a pro wave to it..the chest area is all messed up, cant tell W.T.F. is going on there, just a mass...but the legs and head are plain enough, the hand looks like a claw, feet maybe as well, ie...hoofs..? this one is for the horror movies and books fir sure...creepy...!!!

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