Horror Pics 6 Christopher McKenney is a conceptual photographer from Pennsylvania who manages to find true art in the dark and twisted. He specializes, as you’ll see, in horror and surrealist photography.  Most of the subjects in his photos are faceless, and disembodied in some way. Even though you can’t directly see their faces, you can see the pain behind the veil. As you might imagine his pictures are more than a little creepy.

Horror Pics 6 Christopher McKenney is a conceptual photographer from Pennsylvania who manages to find true art in the dark and twisted. He specializes, as you’ll see, in horror and surrealist photography. Most of the subjects in his photos are faceless, and disembodied in some way. Even though you can’t directly see their faces, you can see the pain behind the veil. As you might imagine his pictures are more than a little creepy.

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Cissa is forced to raid a bank. That time she doesn't get to wake up full of guilt but far away from the demon that possesses her. That time she wakes up on the table he torture's his victims on.

Cissa is forced to raid a bank. That time she doesn't get to wake up full of guilt but far away from the demon that possesses her. That time she wakes up on the table he torture's his victims on.

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Girl with rabbit mask, surreal photography, dreamy photography, rabbit in the forest, whimsical photography, creepy photography

Girl with rabbit mask, surreal photography, dreamy photography, rabbit in the forest, whimsical photography, creepy photography

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Theme - Reflection Krapp spends his days reflecting on his mistakes that caused him to lose the person he loves and engrossing himself in self loathing.

Theme - Reflection Krapp spends his days reflecting on his mistakes that caused him to lose the person he loves and engrossing himself in self loathing.

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La Poupée, 1934, by Hans Bellmer.  Bellmer was best known for his series of life sized sculptures of pubescent girls (The Doll Collection) but in his spare time he faked passports for the French Resistance.

La Poupée, 1934, by Hans Bellmer. Bellmer was best known for his series of life sized sculptures of pubescent girls (The Doll Collection) but in his spare time he faked passports for the French Resistance.

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