>Eerie Garden

30 Dec

>One of the guys at the Skunk Works came up with it, I elaborated on the theme, Tam expanded it:

Picture a weedy, neglected lot. As you walk through it, you notice, every so often, little red spheres on the ground. Five to six feet away from each one, the tips of a pair of oversized shoes protrude from the turf. They’re all strangely aligned in regular rows. Here and there, a worn and tilted stone looms and at the base of a few of the stones, you spot a faded plastic flower.

Curious, you approach the nearest one and bend down to take a closer look. Are there eroded words on the stone? And what’s up with the flower? As you get even closer, it suddenly squirts water right in your face!

As you back away, you realize the letters spell out a name: B_ZO….

You’ve stumbled into the Clown Cemetery!


7 Responses to “>Eerie Garden”

  1. BGMiller 30 December 2010 at 9:16 pm #

    >I'd drive to the nearest lumberyard, buy a bundle of stakes and a maul and go to town. Yeah, yeah, I know that's for vampires but why take chances?BGM

  2. Jim 30 December 2010 at 10:56 pm #

    >You'd think they'd all be stuffed into one casket.Jim

  3. Joseph 30 December 2010 at 11:25 pm #

    >Clown Cemetery.That might make a good horror book/movie title. Zombie Killer Clowns. Fear me!(Or, Laugh at me. But laughing might…bring on the clowns!!!)

  4. D.W. Drang 31 December 2010 at 1:44 am #

    >Didn't you hear everyone in the audience yelling "DON'T GO IN THERE!"?& Jim wins the internets.

  5. og 31 December 2010 at 6:46 pm #

    >Give Stevie King a big baggie of blow and he'll write a 1400 page novel about it. He's alrady got the clown and the sematery thing worked out.

  6. Roberta X 31 December 2010 at 6:58 pm #

    >Yes. Yes, he does — and the prize really for this win ought to include a brand-new Smart Car. …Fully loaded, of course….

  7. og 31 December 2010 at 8:48 pm #

    >..With a sign on the side that says "guess how many clowns in the jar- er, car and win $100"

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