Father Takes Pic Of Mysterious “Wings” Behind His Daughter

Mysterious Wings

In a single frame from a series of photos a father took of his daughter mysterious wings appeared out of nowhere. Supernatural origin is assumed.

Concord, NH—The Interwebs is literally beside itself after a father posted a pic online of his daughter “clearly in danger of supernatural spirits taking control of her and her soul” as he put it. This photo of a five-year-old girl on a beach in Deer Isle, Maine seems innocuous until you look closely behind the poor little girl’s back.

A closer look appears to reveal a mysterious pair wings belonging to something obviously quite sinister and frightening peeking out from behind her.

The photo, which was uploaded to Reddit by a friend of the girl’s father without his permission, is now making the rounds on Internet, and has many people with nothing better to do all up in arms calling for the girl to be placed in foster care and the father to be arrested. Others are speculating the photo shows a ghost of a duck or some other water fowl because the beach the girl and her dad were at was near a well-known duck graveyard. Continue reading

Maine Man Surprised, A Little Disappointed His Business Trip To Atlanta Wasn’t Filled With “Beverly Hillbillies,” “Honey Boo-Boo” Characters

Southern Caricatures

The Clampetts of “The Beverly Hillbillies” look downright regal compared to Shannon family of “Honey Boo Boo” fame.

Bangor, ME—All his life, Maine native Mark Teague assumed, based on every single TV show set in the South, that anyone who was born or lived south of the Mason-Dixon Line wore only overalls without shoes, stopped going to school after third grade to help their Pa raise pigs and corn on the farm and thought NASCAR was the absolute greatest thing on the face of the Earth.

Thanks to programs like “The Andy Griffith Show,” “The Beverly Hillbillies” and current fare like “Here Comes Honey Boo-Boo,” Teague was certain that the business trip he took last month to Atlanta would be chock-full of uneducated rubes who would spit tobacco on his “fancy city-shoes” as soon as they saw him, and the only food he’d be able to find would be grits, collard greens and fried chicken.
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