The Truth Behind Creepy Cloaked Figures Spotted In A Wedding Photo Was Revealed

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Recently, the netizens were horrified after a wedding photo went viral online. It didn’t go viral online because of the wedding, but rather because of the creepy cloaked figures that were spotted on the other side of the photo.

As seen in the photo that was taken from above, a special gathering was witnessed. All the guests were watching the couple tie the knot. However, when the photographer zoomed in, he was surprised to see something creepy and strange at the same time.

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Well, as you take a closer look at the photo, the photo isn’t just a normal wedding photo because of the disturbing cloaked figures.

A lot of people were instantly creeped out with a lot of them saying that while the couple ties the knot, another group performs some sort of a tradition since they were seen in cloaks. Is it pretty creepy right?

However, further reports released by the Daily Grail, it was stated that the cloaked figures aren’t members of a cult and are not performing any practices or tradition, but the cloaked figures were rather a piece of art.

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“Oh my, that’s a lovely aerial picture of your wedding dear. And did you…wait, who are all those creepy hooded people standing on the balcony of the building directly behind the ceremony?!” The photo of the caption says the first time it was released.

Reports have revealed the truth behind it, saying that it was a part of an art installation.

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Read the explanation below:

“The Goddess Fortuna and Her Subjects in an Effort to Make Sense of it All is Dawn’s over-the-top multi-media installation inspired by author John Kennedy Toole, who never lived to see his extraordinary novel, A Confederacy of Dunces, published and then win the Pulitzer Prize in 1981.

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“…this installation, hosted by The Historic New Orleans Collection, contains 66 life-size robed figures, each with a dunce hat upon its head. There’s a “symbolic” recreation of Ignatius’s bedroom over the fountain in the courtyard; an audio piece of Ignatius’s favorite medieval philosopher Boethius’s text in Latin wafting from the staircase, and a special-effects video that appears as a mirage of the Goddess Fortuna herself.”

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SOURCEhttps://www.manilaflash.com/2018/01/11/creepy-cloaked-figures/
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