Mum To Be Is Terrified By Baby’s Scan Scap Which Resembles ɢʜᴏsᴛs Mask From Horror Movies
Throughout the years, a lot of funny USG scan came to light and everything because of that “something” on the photo that could be interpreted in many different ways. Having alot of scan strange photos look funny. It’s all because the image of ultrasound is fuzzy, baby isn’t completely formed yet and constantly moves. All of these factors can let us to see very weird things or ever famous characters on the picture make you scream.
Charlotte went to checked her fetus for her 20-week with butcher boyfriend Paul Smith, 27, at James Cook hospital in Middlesbrough. Overwhelmed Charlotte, 25, from Middlesbrough, was gobsmacked when she saw the illusion on the side of her unborn baby’s skull. Charlotte Bagley scream ” what happends?” – after she released her baby’s scan screen resembled the scrary mask worn. The doctor explaned : that is a shadows of the babay on the 20-week scan created two black eye sockets and a gaping mouth – just like the disguise worn by the actor in the scream flicks. The scan would be clearly after some weeks.
She said “I didn’t see it when I went from the hospital to home and had a look at the photographs afterwards that I saw it. I turned to my boyfriend and said ‘that looks a bit like a scream masks ‘, doesn’t it? He couldn’t believe his eyes. We had scare and laugh. I can’t look at the pictures anymore without seeing the mask . We’ve had a really good laugh about it.”
The couple are expecting their first baby together hoped and waited every day to meet her child – and were thrilled when they saw it on screen in the hospital. They were given a couple of photos from the scan and took them home before spotting the image.
Charlotte added: “I can’t wait to be a mum and if our baby is anything like it’s father it will be a little humorous. It seems we may have already been sent a warning in advance.”
The couple’s baby is due on December 11, 2016. The famous horror mask was based on a painting called The scream by Edvard Munch.