Mother’s gory zombie photo shoot of her children compared to “abortion scene”

I’m not going to post the photos of the children here. They are disgusting – especially the one of the baby covered in “blood” and chomping on a “brain.”

You can view them at the NY Post.

From NY Post: Some families go on a hunt for Halloween candy — but this macabre mom has a taste for blood and brains.

Bobbi Rylant went too far by dressing her kids as flesh-eating zombies for a gory holiday photo shoot last week, if self-proclaimed parenting experts on social media have anything to say about it.

The 26-year-old mom of two set up her simulated slasher scene in the backyard of her Tukon, Okla. home and at a nearby lake.

In full “Walking Dead” makeup, her daughter Kynadee, 5, is pictured grimacing at the camera while cupping a plastic brain in her hands. Not to be outdone, 10-month-old Kamden chows down on one while sitting contently in a bucket of fake blood.

Rylant shared the gruesome images on Facebook in a viral post that’s been shared more than 208,000 times — although not everyone got the joke. “This was just for fun,” says Rylant, whose outraged followers accused her Pinterest-inspired photo shoot of being “unsafe.” Some hellbent-for-justice helicopter parents even compared the gory shot to an “abortion scene.”

Her photo post has spawned more than 90,000 comments, some praising crafty dark humor, others critiquing her maternal instincts. “Many people have said that my children should be taken from me and I know that is not true,” the part-time photographer tells Media Drum. “There are some people that do not like the images, and I knew there would be, which is why I stated in my post that it’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but most people love this idea and want to try it with their own kids or client.”

The faux massacre was made of warm water and cherry Kool-Aid mix, said Rylant, assuring the shoot lasted “10 minutes tops,” so baby Kamden wan’t pooling in blood for a very long time. His head was smeared with strawberry & chocolate syrup — much tastier than blood — and the gash on his forehead is just a “temporary tattoo” from a costume store.

Despite her hardcore horror flick fandom, most Photos by Bobbi Facebook followers preferred Rylant’s more wholesome takes on the pumpkin season.

Still, Mom said the carnage cosplay serves an important purpose, too, by helping her skittish daughter overcome her fear of scary movies.

“I can now show her the photos of herself dressed up scary and explain that monsters and zombies aren’t real at all, they’re just regular people dressed up just like she was,” she says.

Rylant adds that her children had just as much fun as she did, except for the part when Kynadee stepped on a splinter and cried before it was “quickly” removed. “I was hoping no one would think I was hurting her since she looked all bloody and was screaming!”

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Dr. Eowyn
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This is yet another reason why I find Halloween distasteful and satanic.

Also, note that there’s no mention of the two children’s dad(s).

William
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William

Dads, fathers, have become a quaint anachronism

William
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William

All Hallows Eve is of course a pagan/occult holiday. It was watered down over the years, its origins disregarded and forgotten, and became simply a fun day for kids to dress up as ghosts or witches and get free candy. Now the occult is reasserting itself, it’s all about blood and gore and death. A state park near here has an annual Halloween event that is horrifying, blood, demons, severed limbs. Their disclaimer says “not appropriate for children under seven years of age”. And I thought that age group was the one Halloween is intended for. What do I know.… Read more »

Alma
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In today’s satanic cults there’s no room for children and Halloween, we don’t know who’s behind the mask and what evil motives the may harbor. Schools and private parties are the safest way for kiddies to celebrate and wear their cute costumes, after all Halloween is for the little ones to have fun.

Steven Broiles
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The thing about art and literature I’d that the observer can see a meaning or context that the artist or writer did not necessarily intend. I went to the post and saw the photos. Yes, they are grim, and that’s the point. And in a way, they are pro-life in that the observer wants to take the children’s side, even if they are pro-choice. It reminds me of the Beatles’ “Yesterday & Today” album cover from 1965. So Rylant may have meant one thing, but, as I looked at the photos, that pro-child side is what I took away from… Read more »

Jackie Puppet
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I bet if Child Protective Services were called on her, they wouldn’t do anything.

William
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William

Of course they wouldn’t. Having worked for years with CPS I can honestly say if they do anything right it’s an accident. The purpose of CPS is to send the message that your children are not your children, they belong to The State

cogitoergosumantra
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cogitoergosumantra

She should be arrested for spelling her daughter’s name “Kynadee“. There must be a “stupid” prison, right?

William
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William

Oh yes, Kynadee. It there was stupid prison that name would merit 20 years with no parole. These artsy edgy womyn stick cutesy/stupid names on their kids because they think it makes them kool. There is no prison big enough to hold all the stupid in the world

Kevin Lankford
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Kevin Lankford

“No body died during the making of these images”………That can not be said of the images obtained through ‘planned parenthood’.

BradDog
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BradDog

We used to call mothers like this White Trash-is that still allowed?🤔

Kay
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Kay

i wonder if we all looked hard enough would we ever find what the sound of kynadee meant?