Trees are beautiful, important things. An essential part of our ecosystem, and yet… Have you noticed how creepy as heck they can be?
Sure, this sounds a little unhinged, but we can prove it. From this moment on the sound of creaking branches in the wind will have you running for cover. Stay inside. It’s safer. Look:
Starting off gently. We’re going to ease you in with this offering. Spooky, but not terrifying. It gets a one tree rating.
Welp, there are trees in the background. But they’re like back-up dancers to the main show. Creepy girl. Atmospheric trees.
Barely there tree action. Are we going backwards?
Overall strange effect.
Fog AND trees? A double whammy that’s only going to end in tears and probably death. Extra points for the train tracks.
Creepy as well as possessive. A dynamite pairing.
Has classic horror taught us nothing? Don’t got into the woods at night.
What did we just say? Don’t go into the woods!
Srsly. Turn back. Go home. This will not end well for you.
Don’t go into the- *sigh* Forget it. Knock yourselves out.
See? Can’t get much more explicit than this.
To anyone that has seen ‘The Ring’ you are all quite welcome. Sweet dreams and all that.
This is the US version of Kurtagich’s ‘The Creeper Man’ which has a scary enough cover, but this one has it in the title too:
Again, not the current UK version but gosh, this is like something from ‘Goosebumps’. It’s a nightmare recreated.
Those trees, yo. Do you find them as creepy as we do? Was there a cover we should have used? Tweet us @maximumpopbooks
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