Halloween’s Michael Myers Spotted in Rockford
This is the one movie villain that has always given me the creeps. Now he's roaming around Rockford streets and I'm not ok with that.
The original Halloween movie came out on October 25, 1978, and it was the very first scary movie I'd ever seen. I was ONLY 10-years-old. Michael Myers murders his sister, roams the streets of Haddonfield, Illinois on Halloween night killing more people... with a huge knife. He never runs, yet catches every victim running from him. And that mask. He's the reason I started feeling uncomfortable in the dark, he's the cause of my first nightmares, the reason I never wanted my parents to leave me with a babysitter.
I'm not mad at the person who shared these photos with me, but it makes me want to avoid Cumberland St. in Rockford. The person who shared these photos with me said she sees Michael Meyers often on that street and all he does is just stare at cars driving by and, on occasion, she has seen him just walking slowly across the street.
Why? Does he know this isn't Haddonfield, Illinois? Go home Michael, you're drunk. Rockford doesn't have any palm trees, it couldn't possibly be Haddonfield.
(From 15 Things You Didn't Know About John Carpenter's Halloween: The movie's setting was the fictional town of Haddonfield, Illinois. Halloween was actually filmed in Pasadena, California. There's a scene in the movie where you can see palm trees. At last check, there aren't any of those in Illinois.)
In the video below, several girls in a car caught Michael Myers roaming the same neighborhood. This is not ok. What is this guy's problem?
*Special Note: You'll hear the name Natalie a lot in this video. Natalie seems to be the type of person your parents didn't want you to hang out with because they always got you into trouble. AKA the cool friend.
You gotta love the one friend in the car because she's the smart one.
"For the love of God... PLEEEAAAASSSEEEE drive away!"
I'm with ya girl. My Facebook will survive not having a viral video of this dude.
Glad you're all safe.