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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Seen in S.F.: Creepy Shrine

Posted By on Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 1:54 PM

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​This makeshift shrine was spotted at the foot of Bernal Hill on Bernal Heights Boulevard and quite frankly, it scares the bejeesus out of us.

The collected ephemera is like a laundry list of Things That Are Creepy When Experienced Out of Context: religious symbolism, baby accessories, and naked dolls. In addition to resembling the Nursery in Hell, the shrine-maker has collected the cast-off clothes of several people, netting two scarves and one pair of shades. (And that's not counting two pacifier-less babies.) What has become of the people who owned these items?

We can draw only one conclusion from this remarkable display: Bernal Heights is filled with Satanists.

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