Well that was creepy.
That’s an ingenious representation of Godlessness! Well done, Grannie! 🙂
The background on this is that yesterday my sister and I went for a walk in a local park, a deeply forested glade of primeval beauty. The path went on for a long way and ended at a big culvert; a decidedly a “Stephen King-ish” object at the end of our idyllic stroll. Always intrepid, my sister led the way through the culvert to see what was on the other side. I followed with my flipcam and got into a laughing fit, greatly amplified by the echo chamber of the tunnel. What was on the “other side” of the tunnel? A construction site with a Port-a-Potty!
I’m doing a video of the walk in the forest; meanwhile I had to do something with this little tunnel video clip, just for fun.
I meant it as no insult LTG it definitely looked like you were going for a Stephen King vibe and it worked!
Will, I’m not insulted at all. I went through a very thorough Stephen King phase, all 7 of the Dark Tower books and most of the collateral books that tied in. I’m in the middle of watching the Lord of the the Rings trilogy so those kinds of themes have crossed my mind recently.
The reality of yesterday was…. picture it, two 60-something ladies in baggy tee-shirts, shorts and tennis shoes out for a stroll through a wooded glade on a sunny Sunday afternoon. At trail’s end we came upon a big metal culvert. My first thought was, “What would Stephen King do?”
My sister went through first. When I followed into that tunnel, I got a flashback on the old recording from childhood, “Ambrose” In the middle of the tunnel I started laughing hysterically at the ridiculousness of it all! I’m really glad I filmed it. We had a great afternoon , my little sister and I.
I found it a lot of fun, but not creepy, an excellent home-grown video, for sure!
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