Take a look at the picture below. I recently discovered this image and its tale in a Korean publication. The story is this:
Shortly before a Japanese teenager committed suicide, she drew this picture, scanned it, and posted it online. In Korea, this story broke out and spread like wildfire. There are various posts around in Korean forums that say the viewer gets drawn to the girl's blue eyes.
They say they can detect a hint of wrath and sadness within the eyes. Maybe the girl died with so much sadness and anger that her spirit haunts the image, or maybe the image provokes sadness in a similar fashion to the song "Gloomy Sunday."
The freaky bit is this: they say it is hard for a person to stare into the girl's eyes for longer than five minutes. There are reports that some people have taken their own lives after doing so. People say the picture changes; as you view it, there is a hint of a taunting smirk appearing on the girl's lips or a dark ring grows around the girl or her eyes.
One thing is for sure. The picture has sparked a curiosity in me that I must find out. id o feel a presence when I look at the image, but I cannot judge whether it is evil or not. I would like to know what the global online community feels. Maybe even experts in art would be able to resolve why the eyes of this image can draw the viewer in so deeply.