I couldn't resist tucking myself away in nearby bushes with my camera to capture the unsuspecting people walking by to capture their first expressions upon discovering the corpse. Priceless!
: )I carried him back to the car by his neck and a car load of young kids watched us as though it were real.
This prop is really disturbing, but even more so in a random field. Have you ever been stopped by cops? lol
A park ranger stopped us when we were photographing the crouching pumpkin head creature a while back. He saw us photographing something and thought it was a dead animal of some kind.No police yet. I once had a groundbreaker in my front seat wearing a seat belt as I drove a bunch of props to my parents' house. A lady waiting for a bus saw it just as the light turned green and I sped away. I heard her laugh and say "GOOOOOD LORD!!!!"
Wow...is that the dead body they found in my neighborhood? :)Cheers!
( so that is where you put do with the dead bodies after you are done with them....)
Did you leave it there? I can't wait to watch Nancy Grace tonight to find out. LOL Great prop.
Nah. We took him home.That's just one of the corn witch victims, by the way.Figured he'd look neat in a field.
"Neat" doesn't even begin to describe it. For many of us, Rot, you sir are the master. That is so cool.
Thanks, man : )
Your story of your "passenger", reminds me of when we were hauling a dozen or so corpses to Frightown in Portland a couple years ago. All theses bodies stacked up in a station wagon, going down the freeway, the looks were priceless. Especially those of the younger kids...jaws wide open, trying to tell their parents to "look!, dead people!"
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