Have you ever seen a face in a place where there shouldn’t be a face? This is called pareidolia.
- Facial pareidolia, is the phenomenon of seeing faces in inanimate objects
- Psychologists say some are more likely than others to experience
- Prof Kang Lee from the University of Toronto studied on facial pareidolia
- Says not a sign of madness but a well-wired brain
Check out some of the best faces in places people have seen below. They’re not just basic faces, some look really detailed! Which one’s your favorite?