CREEPY GIRL TRAVELS

CREEPY GIRL TRAVELS: TRAVEL WITH A TWIST OF CREEP

Morbid Monday: Creeper Photo Contest

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For my Morbid Monday, I had a mini Creeper Photo Contest. The winner will receive a creepy postcard from me-if not creepy, I promise interesting!

 

Thank you everyone for the beautiful and BIZARRE travel pic submissions. I was a nerd and kept taking photo entries into the next day, partially because some people were not from the USA, and partially because it was fun to see everyone's art. So much for my midnight cut-off.

The Winners Are...

Skull and Grave

The Lovely and Morbid, Mindy FP:

Mindy is from London and is currently traveling in Ireland, taking awesome cemetery photos. Mindy is also a CGT Society Member. You can check out her well-written articles on my site HERE, or follow her trip  and other journeys to UK cemeteries on Instagram! @mrs_mindy_fp


Do you Ouije

Ouija Creeper, Nicole Shepherd:

Nicole is from the Baltimore, MD USA. She is at Elijah Bond's headstone in Green Mount Cemetery, Baltimore MD.


Creepy Doll Heads

Margo's Creepy-Ass Doll Heads:

Margo is from Lawrence, Kansas and a CGT Society Member. She spotted these while road tripping with her family to Omaha, Nebraska USA. She found these gems in the Old Market.


Creepy Store Front

Jen Michael's Creeper Store Find:

Jen is from Rapid City, South Dakota. Jen snapped an image of, Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust, in Rapid City, SD.

You can find more on the awesome store HERE on FB. I actually connected with the artist who owns the store and will be doing an article about these amazing women soon!


Creepy Dolls

Finally...this bizarre arrangement found by the crazy and creative...

Liseli Polivka, Shares the "WTF" Doll arrangement from Detroit, MI USA.

Liseli is a Minneapolis, Minnesota based designer. The image is from Heidelberg:

"The Heidelberg Project is art, energy, and community. It's an open-air art environment in the heart of an urban community on Detroit's East Side. Tyree Guyton, founder and artistic director, uses everyday, discarded objects to create a two block area full of color, symbolism, and intrigue. Now in its 29th year, the Heidelberg Project is recognized around the world as a demonstration of the power of creativity to transform lives." More HERE

Please shoot me a FB message with your postage address for a postcard, and I will send you some old fashioned snail mail! Let me know when you get it, then #cgtsociety.

If you are not a CGT Society member, please join so that we can all help each other plan trips and connect about  secret and creepy, odd places when we all travel! HERE