Monday, July 28, 2014

New Hope Horrors

We took a trip to New Hope, PA Sunday morning and found these creepy things.
























And the highlight of the trip.  A weird birdcage, left exposed to the elements.  With a dark mass inside.  When I noticed the human eyeball, I wanted to buy its creator a drink. 

This is pure horror gold.  Imagine this during a heavy rain in the middle of the night... wet and sloshy.  I think Ray Bradbury would weep with joy seeing this.  It reminded me of his glorious story The Jar.





















Photos by Bean.

12 comments:

Shani said...

Yeah....not a huge fan of those mannequins....or the smell of that store. =P

Old Fashion Halloween said...

Wow…the photos just got better and better. Lucky find.

Jay's Shadow said...

I bet mannequins would make great props for a haunt, and the mass with the human eye is excellent.

girl6 said...

ahhhhh!!!..those Manni's
i took a bunch of their pics a few yrs back.
i always always think of these guys pronto,
whenever i think of New Hope.

& that caged Treasure is, SO farmer Charlie..hahahah!!. <33333333

Jeff said...

Love the birdcage idea, what a creepy concept. Oh to be able to make that blink.

HalloweeNut said...

Wonderfully creepy!

Sharon Day said...

My toes are curling! My favorite - creepy doll and mannequin parts!

girl6 said...

omg YESSS..NEVER can have too many Mannequins...i'm stacked to the rafters!

Joy T. said...

Just wondering what you are planning for those mannequins . . . I seen them painted all black and arranged in the corner of a very dark area . . . I don't know about you, but it gives me the creeps when I know someone's there in the dark but they don't respond!

I have a bird cage prop with a heart in it but I love the creepy eye ball!

Rot said...

those were in a dark alley.
I've never been there at night, but it'd be neat to stick a singular red bulb in the heart of all those mannequins. The shadows would be beyond creepy.

broevil said...

The mannequins are a memorial to the original owner of the store who passed away a few years ago.
She drove an old, bright purple hearse. I loved that car.

Where was that bird cage?

Rot said...

The bird cage is at the store with the clown. A store up one of the side streets...next to the waterfall.