Google Maps and Google Maps Street View is one of the most useful tools available on the internet, allowing people to visit all areas of the world from the comfort of their own home.
But as well as its informative qualities, the site also provides countless entertaining images.
Alongside the ordinary looking residential streets and national parks is everything from the amusing to the downright bizarre.
One particular image shows a disturbing sight outside a Gucci store.
The shop is situated on what looks to be a shopping street.
While a baby isn’t that unfamiliar a sight, the fact the baby is by itself, with no parent around, can be perceived as quite haunting
With the lights in the shop out, and no shoppers wandering the streets, it’s clear it’s either early in the morning or late on in the day.
But there is one form of life in the image – albeit quite a disturbing one.
Just on the right of the entrance to the store there’s a baby on all fours.
While a baby isn’t that unfamiliar a sight, the fact the baby is by itself, with no parent around, can be perceived as quite haunting.
Google Maps unearthed another creepy sighting at a pond in Michigan.
The image shows a car submerged in a large pond. But that’s not all – the car holds a dead body inside.
Google Maps: A disturbing sighting was captured on Street View outside a Gucci store
Google Maps: The image captured a baby crawling around outside on its own
In 2015, the car was recovered from the pond in Michigan and the body of Davie Less Niles was discovered inside.
The 72-year-old disappeared on October 11, 2006, after he was last seen at Jake’s Bar in Byron Township, Michigan, WOOD-TV reported at the time.
His family revealed he had met a friend there but then left abruptly because he was dealing with the discomfort caused by cancer.
In 2011, they lost all hope of finding him and published his obituary.
It appeared online and read: “David Lee Niles, age 72, of Wyoming, passed away and only God knows the time and place.”
But while decorating a tree for Christmas outside of Cook Funeral Home in Byron Centre, Brian Houseman was on a lift and spotted the submerged car.
Google Maps: Another terrifying image was captured in Michigan
The car, with Davie’s body inside, is visible on Google Maps and had been for years.
Brian contacted the Kent County Sheriff’s Office Dive Team who retrieved the vehicle from the pond and found skeletal remains on the driver’s seat.
The pond is located about half a mile from where Davie was last seen.
Authorities believed the body to be Davie’s because the vehicle was his and they also found his wallet in the car.
No foul play was suspected and it is unclear what exactly happened to him.
Another Google Maps Street View picture shows a murder suspect.