When you think about it, this is really a pretty simple idea. It’s a simple concept, but it’s remarkably well-executed, and the results are pretty amazing and creepy. Take a video of a car wreck, then remove one of the cars involved. That’s it! Much like that Garfield without Garfield thing, the absence of a key element turns something alarming into something far more creepy and disturbing.

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Here, watch the ghost-wrecks:

This was actually done back in 2018 by Donato Sansone, but now, in this age of distancing, socially, it feels strangely relevant.

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Anyway, enjoy, if that’s possible.

(via BoingBoing!)

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