Thursday, October 29, 2009

Friday, October 23, 2009

Wooly Willy by JT Niekamp

Um... no description necessary.

moonlit by Bryan P. Jacobs

It represents, if anything, the first dark moments of a werewolf/beast transformation... just before bones start cracking, and clothes start ripping, and feelings of control or resistance are overwhelmed by raw emotions and anger... kinda like road rage... :)

Resurrection Mary by Jeff Davis

As a companion piece to the one below, I chose this story as it had similar elements to the roadside ghost. Resurrection Mary is a very famous ghost in the Chicago area. She is often sighted along  a stretch of road called Archer Avenue, usually in cold weather and often during snowstorms. She is clad in a party dress and she often seems to by flagging the cars down for a ride. According to the legend, if a person does stop and pick her up, she will get in the car and tell them to drive her home. She gives the address, which the driver soon discovers is  the Resurrection Cemetery, a few miles away. Upon arrival, she will thank the driver, get out of the car and  literally pass through the gates and into the cemetery. But not without one more look behind, as if to say goodbye.

Roadside Wraith By Jeff Davis

So it's a year late. I started this last year for the Tell Me Something Spooky theme and never finished it on time.  I wanted to depict the ghost of a story i heard told on the radio one year as I was driving to work. I don't remember the details, but the woman telling the story said that both she and her mother saw a man standing by the side of the road as they were driving in a snowstorm during the day. He was dressed in black with a tall stove pipe hat and was holding a black cat, and that he had a smile and a look that felt evil. She said that he looked directly at her and kept eye contact until she had passed him. He turned to keep the eye contact and then as she continued to look behind, he disappeared into the swirling snow. It was quiet in the car for a minute or so, and then her mother asked her if she had seen the man by the roadside too. This was on I-15 near the South Town mall, before the mall was built and it was mostly fields. The creepy part is that a little while later, the woman was visiting someone in Washington DC and woke up to find the same man standing at the foot of her bed, still holding the cat and smiling his evil smile.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Mr. Afro by Cassidy Teuscher

Cassidy (age 8) drew this just for the gallery. It is also our very first out of state entry this year.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

The Pendant by Matt McFarland & Casey McFarland

Click on the link to view a thrilling movie trailer that takes you to the heights of hysteria and paranoia.....oh and terror too.

Monday, October 19, 2009

Rock Walls by Don Seegmiller

Rod & Petunia by Abe Sloan

Okay.... The explanation:

Three things to be aware of: 1) This claymation was filmed in about one hour and created to coincide with the "Something Wicked This Way Comes" theme of the GoT some years back. 2) It is really, really dumb. 3) No joke.


Saturday, October 17, 2009

WOLFMAN JAX by Jaxon Pettersson

The first of hopefully many entries this year. Thanks Jaxon. SCARY!

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Welcome, Fiendish Followers

Welcome to this year's Gallery. Entries will now be accepted and posted in the order received. Please feel free to enter as many as you like. Or just enjoy the work of others by strolling through the gallery.