The stories began around 1985, when several mysterious fires occurred all around England. When the debris was sifted through the only item that remained uncharred was a painting of a little boy with a tear rolling down his cheek in every fire.
Background: Bruno Amadio an italian painter was in Spain when he noticed a boy crying, he then asked him what's wrong, the boy continued crying and didn't talk. Bruno took him to the his apartment, the boy didn't stop crying. Bruno found out about the boy from his nieghbours that the boy had saw his parents being burnt during a fire at thier home, the boy's name is Don Bonillo. Noone wanted to do anything with the boy, because he is know whereever he goes a fire would start for no reason.
He drew around 27 portraits of the boy, all of them sold. Bruno became rich and living luxuriously.
Bruno had gone for a trip and on arrival he saw that his apartment which was also his studio was burnt to the grown, all his painting were ruined, he blamed Don, Don ran away and wasnt seen again.
In 1976, barcelona had witnessed one of the most awful car crashs. After the car crashed, it was on fire, the body couldn't be identified, but in the glove compartment was a license which was partly burnied. It was Don, 19 years old.
Shortly after this incident there were mysterious fires all over england, the fires have turned everything into a rubble expect the portraits of the crying boy.
In 1988, a mysterious explosion destroyed the home of the Amos family in Heswall, England. When firemen sifted through the burnt-out shell of the house, they found a framed picture, entitled ‘The Crying Boy’, which was a portrait of an angelic-looking boy with a sorrowful expression and a tear rolling down his cheek. But the picture was not even singed by the blaze.
Not long afterwards in Bradford, there was another blaze, and again a picture of the crying child was found intact among the smoldering ruins. The head of the Yorkshire Fire Brigade told the national newspapers that pictures of the weird Crying Boy were frequently found intact in the rubble of houses. Journalists asked him if he thought that the picture was evil and could somehow start the fires, but the fire-chief refused to comment.
There have been reports of the crying boy painting being found in charred homes untouched since 1985 and as recent as 1988.