Amazing pics continue to roll in. I am extremely greatful to everyone who has contributed. Shear genius!
Sara's tribute to Michael Myers
Ravenwood's super eerie pics
Willow Cove's old school station shots.
Mark's genius use of a street sign.
Noah Fentz's super creepy day shots!
A spider and a note that Jolie found inside her original jack.
Debbie's second jack, guardian of the chimney.
While on our vacation in New England, I brought along to jacks with me. One was planted on Annie's bridge in Vermont as seen before. The other one was left on the doorsteps of the city hall of the greatest city in the world, Salem Mass. This needed to be done. So there he sits, grinning.
This set of pics was taken near an old railroad station somewhat close to where I live. If you have seen the movie "The Station Agent", it may look familiar to you.
It stared a then unknown Peter Dinkledge, of Game Of Thrones fame. The shots taken here are at a few spots, the jack was eventually left on the caboos.
So I'd like to take a second and send a giant thanks to Pumpkinrot for his contribution to the GPP. Without his help the project wouldn't be doing as well as it is. So glad to see him be involved.
Here is a link to his page and his contribution!
And here are some pics...
While away, I was pleased to a get pics of an amazing placement by my helper back home. Off the side of a train bridge, strategically placed with the help of a paint roller. Simply incredible. Thanks Mike.
Haunted Overload in Lee, NH might just be the greatest place on earth. They don't let you take pics inside, so the amazingly jaw-dropping pics from the outside will just have to do.
During our trip through New England I decided to bring two jacks to place in cool locations. This location, in Stowe Vermont is called Annie's bridge.
It is said that a young teenage girl named Annie hung herself from the bridge when her lover left her. It is known as one of the most haunted locations in Vermont. Though we didn't experience anything, it was sure a good place to leave the jack. Tons of people drive through it, and can't avoid seeing the grinning face in the dark.