Creepy cloaked figure photographed dropping meat near playground


#1

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#2

Oh, no! Don’t feed the kids raw meat! Normal kids need normal kid food, like Twinkies!


#3

Wait. . . if it’s a “bogus prank”, does that mean it’s not a prank?


#4

Looks a bit pranky.

But have they tested the meat? Some sick fucks like to leave poisoned food out for peoples pets to eat. Happens frequently enough for it to not be a crazy theory.

* Although given the police’s response I’m guessing they didn’t find any meat…


#5

You've been bogus pranked!


#6

This is almost certainly Nate Holt of Walking the Planes, a skit comedy show based on Magic the Gathering, where Nate portrays a malevolent universe-hopping necromancer.

Here’s a picture of him in costume, at the game table:


#7

Well I suppose a hooded guy leaving raw meat at a playground could be considered a prank, but someone putting pictures online that purport to show that happening when it actually didn’t would be a bogus prank…


#8

Is he actually placing meat at the scene, or are bits just dropping off him?


#9

Welcome to Night Vale cosplay?

Remember: Do not approach the dog park.


#10

What!? Don’t hate, a witch has got to feed her familiars. Religious Liberty!!!


#11

Well, now that you’ve put quotes around it, it is negated once again!


#12

Yep. I live in an uber-nerdish Boston suburb so my first assumption was LARPer, duh.


#13

Or maybe it’s someone doing their daily prayers and the meat angle is B.S.


#14

See?! THIS is why you should raise your kids vegetarian.


#15

Nathan Holt just confirmed it isn’t him, and is a bit creeped out with this affair.


#16

Dear God, I just hope this isn’t a viral marketing stunt for M. Night Shyamalan’s The Village Part II.


#17

It’s the meat fairy!


#18

Indeed, this would have been much less creepy if he had left raw carrots.


#19

“If you don’t eat yer meat, you can’t have any pudding! How can you have any pudding if you don’t eat yer meat?!”


#20

Poisoning dogs? Something nasty like that?