Cursed Masks You Should Avoid at All Costs


– How you doing? I’m Kallen and this is Slapped Ham. Today we’re looking at some cursed masks that some experts believe you
should avoid at all costs. But as always before we dive in, remember to hit that subscribe button for more creepy content just like this. (menacing music) One Reddit user who goes by the name Maddogmitch56
warns against picking up potentially cursed masks and
souvenirs while traveling. According to them they
made this mistake while on a mission trip to Guatemala years ago. Near the end of the trip they and their friends wanted to find some really unique
souvenirs to take home and one of them picked up an
interesting looking mask at a local market place. It was made of wood and
resembled a skeleton. They state that it had an angry expression and sharp teeth even though
it was painted bright pink, it was very creepy. It wasn’t until later that
night that they realized that they may have gotten
more than they bargained for. In the middle of they night
the group was awoken by the sound of a loud bang. They believed it was a door slamming shut, but it sounded loud
enough to be a gunshot. This happened several more times and then they eventually
saw doors swinging shut on their own. They started to think that the mask might actually be to
blame and tossed it outside. They spent the rest of the night cowering at scrapping sounds that seemed
to be coming from the roof. The following morning people
in other rooms reported having strange dreams featuring the mask. The groups translator
said that they should burn the mask immediately. When they went to search
for it they discovered that the groundskeeper had already found and set fire to the cursed item. According to locals demons
can be tied to such items and should never be
purchased by foreigners. Although many people
would be too terrified to purchase cursed masks. There is a surprisingly
fruitful market online for objects with dark energies. One example is an antique death mask that was listed on Ebay. With the warning that the
buyer should be aware if they chose to purchase this
allegedly possessed item. The seller states that they purchased the mask at an estate sale and that the family began facing
hardships immediately after, including health problems, businesses failing and
beloved pets passing away. The seller also states that
they’ve used EMF detectors and dowsing rods on the masks and that both tests indicated
strong paranormal energy. The seller’s dogs seems to
agree with the findings, howling and growling at
the mask anytime they’re in the same room. The seller clearly wants to
be rid of the cursed item, afraid of the misfortunes
that may be awaiting them. Who knows what tragedy may
befall anyone brave enough to become the mask’s next owner. Although bidding has ended, you can check out the link to this mask in the description box below. A woman writing to the website, Haunting Darkness, states that she’s never been
a believer in the paranormal even though her sister, Rose, is a medium, she’s never believed in things that fall outside the realm of science. However, one story has
shaken her skepticism. One of Rose’s clients came
to her one day with a mask, the client stated that
they had to bring the mask, because the mask wanted Rose. They believed that the mask
had very negative energy and had been responsible for numerous bizarre
occurrences around their home. The owner was terrified of the mask and when they started to feel that the mask was drawn to Rose she immediately brought it to her. The medium’s sister, despite her skepticism, believed that the mask was cursed. She states that the mask
would speak to Rose from the moment she brought it home. Although Rose never really discussed what the mask said to her, she was terrified and
wanted to get rid of it. Eventually she was able to
cleanse the mask of it’s evil and return it to it’s original owner, but the family has never forgotten
this terrifying incident. Another allegedly cursed mask that’s been up for auction on Ebay is a creepy jester mask that the seller claims is possessed
by a spirit called, Shemeh. According to the seller, their family moved into an old home and hired people to fix it up. After ripping out some walls the contractors eventually abandoned the project after hearing and
seeing unexplainable things. The family brought in a
physic who stated that the deceased former owner was angry that strangers were in her home and was causing the unusual happenings. The family eventually found a number of old items in wooden boxes, including the jester mask. The seller who regularly
communicates with spirits, states that each item is
cursed by a distinct spirit. Shemeh, the spirit tied
to the jester mask, is allegedly from the Syrian galaxy and only wishes to help save our planet. Still, the seller warns that they can’t predict what might happen to whoever chooses to buy the mask. You can also check out
this Ebay listing in the description box below. If you have an interest in cursed masks, you’re in luck. The Fetid Face is on display in The Traveling Museum of the
Paranormal and the Occult. However, the museum’s owners
wouldn’t recommend putting the mask on to test
it’s cursed attributes. The museum received the Fetid
Face as an anonymous donation. It arrived in the mail
with the note reading, I’m sorry. The mask was filthy when
the museum received it, but after cleaning it up, the museum owners had a friend put it on to
see what would happen. After a few minutes of wearing
it he began to feel like he was leaving his body and
experienced extreme nausea. Others who have worn it
report experiencing strange and powerful emotions of anger and jealousy while wearing it that they’ve been unable to explain. The masks owners believe that the Fetid Face is similar
to Japanese Noh masks, which many believe absorb
the emotions of it’s wearers. Fearing that the mask may contain dark and dangerous emotions, the museum now keeps the
mask locked in a display case and doesn’t allow guests
to actually wear it. Several cursed masks that formerly belonged to Maori warriors can be found on display in New Zealand museums. Considering the disturbing
history of the masks, a shelf behind locked glass seems like the best place to store them. The Maori are the indigenous
Polynesian people of New Zealand and throughout
history have been known for their fierce warriors. It was a custom of the tribe for warriors to carve masks before
heading out into battle. They believe that if the warrior died while fighting their spirit would remain within the mask that they had carved. While not many of the masks remain, those that do are believed to be quite dangerous to certain people. It appears that men are
typically not affected by them, but pregnant women in
particular are in danger of falling victim to their curse. It’s said that pregnant
women who get too close to the masks will suffer
from complications in their pregnancies, some have even suffered miscarriages. The masks currently on display
are marked with warnings that women who are expecting
should keep their distance for their own safety and that
of their unborn children. A Reddit user going by the
name of Maskthrow tells the tale of a mask they
purchased on a trip to Liberia. According to them this
type of mask was used by the Sande secret women’s society when they performed certain dark rituals on young girls being
initiated into the society. Maskthrow took the mask home and displayed it their living room. They thought it would make
a fun and morbid souvenir, but soon had second thoughts
about this memento from Africa. According to this user
every night since bringing the mask home, they heard the faint cries
of young girls coming from the living room. They also claimed to feel
malevolent energy as if the mask is staring at them
evilly every time they’re in the room. They state they get the
distinct feeling that the mask is telling them that
it doesn’t belong to them and that they have no
right even seeing it. Maskthrow never posted on Reddit again after sharing this story. Before we get to that number one spot and take a look at what
many consider one of the most cursed masks every created. Remember to hit that subscribe button and tickle the bell icon, that way you’ll get push
notifications about all our latest content. The so-called devil’s
mask is said to be one of the most cursed masks every created. It originated with a Native American shaman who secretly performed dark
rituals on members of his tribe. When the tribe realized what was happening they sentenced him to death by fire. At the time of the execution, the shaman appeared wearing
a mask made of the flesh and bones of his victims, stating that killing him
would only make matters worse for the rest of them. The mask was tossed into the pyre and while the shaman burned
the mask remained intact. For years the mask caused
calamity after calamity for the tribe before it was eventually lost. One modern day witness, a member of the tribe, grew up hearing the stories of the devil’s mask. One day he was passing an
antique store when he spotted a Native American mask in the window. It was hideous and malevolent and he believed it was
the mask from the stories. He went to fetch his grandfather, so they could return and end the curse. When they came back to the
store it was engulfed in flames. When the fire eventually
ended there was nothing left but ashes. The witness believes, however, that the mask is still out there waiting to finish off the remaining
members of the tribe. If you want more content just like this then check out our episode, Most Cursed YouTube Videos, right there. Otherwise, there’s a scary
playlist there you can binge on for hours. Now in the comment section below, let us know which one of
these clips you thought was the weirdest. And that’s it for me, I’ll see you all next time. (uneasy music)

100 Replies to “Cursed Masks You Should Avoid at All Costs”

  1. I bought a mask from a dollarama that looked almost just like the one in the thumbnail. I wore it once to a halloween party, next week I was cursed with gonorrhea.

  2. Just about to go to bed 😴

    See’s Slapped Ham 🐽 notification

    Wide awake again 👀 🤦🏼‍♀️🤷🏼‍♀️😂

  3. If one has possession of something they think is haunted or evil, DON'T BURN IT! That can make things way worse. Bury it in the name of Jesus Christ where it won't be found. P.S. Or the object can be given to one you hate.

  4. You forgot to add the "Stone Mask" smh.
    (if you know, you know)

    EDIT: for those who doesn't know it's from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

  5. My toilet is a weird green colour . I have literally and personaly pebble dashed the paint of it after watching this . Good man kal

  6. Yu Mo Gui Gwai Fai Di Zao , Yu Mo Gui Gwai Fai Di Zao, Yu Mo Gui Gwai Fai Di Zao, Yu Mo Gui Gwai Fai Di Zao.

    Who gets the reference is 90's kid

  7. Callan, I've watched your early vlogs as well as you most recent ones. What the fuck has happened to YOU? Are you ill or do you purposely put on makeup that makes you look like you are a drug addict. If not that, then stop with the Slip Slop Slap and get the hell into the sun. You look really ill.

  8. [email protected]"it is said". suppose i said that this thematic line-up of unsubstantiated claims was a load of wank – by "Slapped Ham's" standards, that would be compelling evidence worthy of sharing.

  9. In my culture of plains Cree in Canada I've asked once or twice before but I still haven't heard any stories of the devil not saying that it's probably not in other native American cultures just the term devil was introduced and that mask was probably named by who ever you guys got the source from

  10. My pet rat Balto loves your face XD every time the intro comes on he jumps onto my desk and watches you till you switch to the vid content =P

  11. Just typo "barong gerak" it's indonesian traditional mask who's can move itself, and if you interest to paranormal, just go on to indonesia, there's many shaman that can open your "spiritual eyes" so you can see what other people can see, and with easily can make you possessed.. if you dare of course..😅😅

  12. We of the iroquois have masks that are similar in appearance to some of these. Its fascinating to me, how there are masks from all over the world, that have resemblances. Even though they come from vastly separated areas and people, they are even used in similar ways for spiritual practices. I’ve always had a great intrigue of all different types of masks and what they represent.

  13. I am a collector of weird and creepy souvenirs and antiques. I have bought several weird and creepy masks over the years. I have them hanging on my bedroom wall. One, is of a ceremonial Fox mask from a shrine in Japan, which I purchased online. One is a wooden mask covered in mother of pearl plates. And one, is a ceremonial masks from the Hopi tribe in Arizona. I was told by the seller, that's sold me the wooden mask, not to wear it. The ceremonial masks are supposedly safe to wear, but I don't want to take a chance on negative effects or damaging them. I like the ceremonial Fox mask because it reminds me of the fox mask worn by the Abu Black Ops in Naruto.

  14. I see no proof given of any of the masks being cursed. Perhaps a ghost is attached to them,but certainly no curses.

  15. It a matter of people buying these type of masks and using it for the wrong things maybe the mask before hand knows this and start behaving in a manner which ends up hurting the humans involved in buying the mask knowing the human is going to use it to misuse.

  16. I have a James T. Kirk…a.k.a Jason mask, should I burn it or sell it on ebay????? Everytime I wear it I feel like making love to aliens, it's cursed I say!!!

  17. 1:46 Yeah, but there's way too many people who just doesn't believe in such things, so they go ahead and purchase the possessed items anyway… rip. 🙄✋🏼🚫👹☠

  18. What’s more concerning is a person calling themselves mad dog bitch is going on Christian mission trips.. 😂
    I’m also selling this one of a kind possessed vibrator. It causes the user to go into crazy fits of uncontrolled spasms of the inter soul..

  19. I used to collect masks. Then they started creeping me out for some reason so I got rid of them. They are creepy!!!! !!!PEW!!!

  20. Slapped ham is getting worse. Made up fu&king stories about masks but will only sell for at least $140!!
    Have a day off pal.

  21. Its a bit tedious the always have to hear your notification-comment in the beginning of every video.
    At this time today everyone knows hows to subscribe and it unnessasary to always inform about this.

    But the content of your videos are always interresting, so ill keep watching, even though ill always tries to skip the tedious beginning.

  22. x'D yeah, the masks hangs around in that shop and only after the guys sees it – it's like 'Nope! FIRE!' :'D what's the point?

  23. The second to last one is with an Nkisi of Mayombe known as an nkondi a object of worship originally coming from the bakongo /Bantu people but also quite more common in places like Cuba. It should be owned by a priest of Mayombe or it could become dangerous for the owner.

  24. Skinwalkers were created from tribal sacrifice of their own. Many of the indigenous tribes were violent and practiced dark, pagan rituals. There are countless cemeteries of American settlers who were victims of abductions, rapes and murders.

  25. Your videos have been in a steady decline for about a month now. The quality, and often ridiculous clips you put in your last several videos have made it really hard to get through a full video.

  26. Father: Hey… even though this mask has ruined our life in every shape and form let sell it and make it someone else’s problem….
    Mother: wow that’s a great idea…..

    Fucking morons!

  27. Hello 👋 Slapped ham 🐷 wow 😮 Damn very nice 👍 video on yesterday I never to see that before my friend 🤔 I see that before my man in city 🌃 in store 🏬 to my friend ☺️ I saw people Where Max 👹👺 2 my 😁buddy 👍

  28. RE The Maori masks containing trapped souls of warriors. It is kind of logical that dead souls would want the energy of unborns in order to live again or pass on, since this the most potent life force there is.

  29. No 5. Is a widely sold mask, I had the same one and a similar one when I was a child. So if it is cursed then someone cursed it cause I didn't have problems with my one

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