Returning from Southwest Harbor to Rockport, I always stop at a favorite farm stand for fresh produce and homemade goodies. At this time of year, one never knows what to expect so it’s best to beware.
No friendly welcome from this guy
and in case he doesn’t discourage going further, entering is a risk.
Once inside the stand, all seems peaceful enough, that is until the owner smilingly points to the shed out back where ghoulish surprises lurk.
or causing chills to prickle the skin
these creepy characters beckon with their eerie sounds.
Heart rate quickens as empty eyes stare at nothing…..
enough, enough. All I wanted was a blueberry pie!
Happy Halloween to all you friendly spooks!
i so appreciate your visit and the comments you leave behind
20 thoughts on “Beware!”
Nothing more frightening than certified letter from ex’s lawyer. I though it was finally over in 1984.
Hmmm,. that would be a little spooky!
Wow!..What a great Halloween display…such creativity and totally creeeeepy!!!
Amazing the amount of effort put forth!
Gosh….this guy really does it up!!!! That’s really cool!!! The sight of that baby and that skinless thing on the floor is going to give me nightmares for a month!
It was kinda creepy walking through the display….very dim lighting, spooky sounds but what effort!
Wait until you see West U!
score of hanging pumpkins, ~2800 University;
dozen big black crows (ravens?) on lawn, ~3300 Amherst.
Also impressive: huge, 2-story tall inflatable cat, ~3300 University.
Ah, something to check out when I return next week.
Boy they really did get into it! I love Halloween myself!
So, are you in costume today?
awww. halloween up north. cool weather, changing leaves. how fun is that? thanks for sharing.
is all well with the house in maine? storm damage? loss of power? hope all is well.
Wind, rain and tide surges but no damage. Maine was lucky.
Happy Halloween to You! The last picture is the best 🙂
Glad you liked that scary guy!
It looks like a fun place to visit…enjoy the pie.
An unexpected surprise here to say the least.
And to think we spent time looking for Halloween cards…you had the makings right in your camera!
Linda~ Boo to you! Lots of ghoulish spooks and skeletons! I think I might be more frightened of a rabid skunk though 🙂 Happy Halloween!
Fortunately, the rabid skunk did not make an appearance. Can you believe the effort put into setting all this up and unless you just happen to stop at the farm stand, it is easily overlooked.