GOOGLE Earth users have been creeped out by a strange ‘demonic figure’ spotted under a bridge.
The discovery was made by zooming in on a highway bridge in the US and having a look at what’s underneath.
Can you spot the creepy ‘face’ in this image?[/caption]
Google Earth users have some concerns over what’s lurking under this bridge in New York[/caption]
The bridge is located across the Cayuga Waterfront Trail in Ithaca, New York.
TikTok user ‘Hidden on Google Earth‘ shared the creepy video that ended up going viral.
It’s a spooky Google Earth location that’s done the rounds before as fans of the mapping service can use it as an example of a creepy find.
Under the bridge, more zooming revealed what looks like a ghostly face or mask.
It could easily be part of the bridge’s infrastructure that happens to look like a face with two eyes.
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It could also be a discarded mask or graffiti.
However, some people have compared it to the Joker or Pennywise the clown from Stephen King’s It.
One shocked viewer replied to the video: “I’m never ever walking under a bridge again without thinking there’s a murderous clown lurking around, thanks for that.”
Other people have compared it to a demon.
You can try and spot the figure yourself with the Google Earth co-ordinates 42°26’35.24″N 76°30’49.09″W.
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