the Evil One
This was one of the entries at the Tatla Lake Scarecrow competition; many smaller towns and villages have these kinds of annual events in the fall. Perfect timing for Halloween and autumn celebrations; scarecrows go together with pumpkins and corn like peaches and cream.
The delicious creepiness of this guy will make shivers run up and down your spine, and send the kiddies screaming in terror when they come for tricks and treats. How innovative to use bones from a cow or other creature to make the features, and how scary and evil he looks.
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