Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, November 17
Buying a baby monitor to keep an eye on your little one isn’t a new thing. But, when parents start to think it’s a “mistake”, you tend to question why.
A Twitter user sparked a debate online, when she tweeted that buying a baby monitor “was a mistake”. The parents noticed something ‘scary’ on the screen, that too in the middle of the night.
Sharing the “scary” picture of the baby on Twitter, the parents wrote: “We got a new video baby monitor and I think that was a mistake”.
We got a new video baby monitor and I think that was a mistake pic.twitter.com/Cu3Qwb0baJ— Passion Pop Socialist (@PassionPopSoc) November 14, 2019
The picture shows the eyes of the baby glowing. The way you often see it in horror movies.
With over 4.1 lakh likes and close to 81,000 re-tweets the post that was shared as a joke has became viral.
Several comments were welcomed on the post. While, a few talked about having similar experiences, and others dropped names of horror movies and shows.
Few jokingly commented that maybe the image is “possessed”.
this has blown up a bit, so I thought I'd post a normal photo of my baby so y'all can see how cute he is 💖 pic.twitter.com/KnZaPavLXS— Passion Pop Socialist (@PassionPopSoc) November 15, 2019
My wife is in a group of Mums and one of them was convinced they had a ghost in their baby's cot.— Seánie (@seanieflanagan) November 15, 2019
Turns out, the kid's dad had forgotten to put on the mattress protector... pic.twitter.com/nbIqngF8kF
Me too pic.twitter.com/fvSFIRyBnY— Hailey (@hurricane_hails) November 15, 2019
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