It’s creepy how a headline like “Creepy Photo!” can make us look at a tabloid like The National Enquirer.
I saw that creepy photo at the supermarket last night, after exchanging goodbyes with my son’s girlfriend Widad and my son Aaron.
Do any of these other images, captured on a creepily warm and unseasonable winter’s day and night, make you say, “Creepy Photo!”?
It’s not creepy to enlarge any of those photos to see which ones you think are creepy.
Moments after I took that last creepy photo of a vacuum cleaner on a dark and windy night under the wolf moon, I saw an animal walking by us which didn’t look particularly creepy to me. My husband Michael, who seemed creeped out, said quietly, “It’s a coyote.” Michael thought it would be creepy if I tried to take a creepy photo of it, so we kept walking. The coyote changed direction, which Michael thought was very creepy. Seconds later, we noticed four other coyotes creeping down a hill to join the first one. Michael told me to keep walking without looking at the creepy pack. When we saw somebody further down the street walking a small dog, we told him about the creepy group of five coyotes we had passed. He said, “I guess they’re out enjoying this warm weather just like us. This little guy would make a nice snack for them” and he kept walking, which some people might have found creepy.
It would be creepy if YouTube had something called “Creepy Photo!”
If you want to see more creepy photos, there are dozens of Creepy Photo videos on YouTube.
No more creepy photos here, just thanks to all who helped me create this “Creepy Photo!” post and to all who are reading it, including YOU!