The dramatic remake of a 1941 single-story is winding down on the corner of McHenry and Carothers streets, and one plastic couple has now stripped down completely and headed inside the building. From the glass picture window upstairs, you can see an unclothed male figure (shown in the closeup) on the left, who bears a striking resemblance to one member of the mannequin construction team that had been at work (and arranged in various tableaus) in the house’s yard over the past few years.
His apparent female partner — on second glance — appears not entirely nude after all:
A few windows and doors are still missing from the structure, but exterior finishes appear mostly complete.
- Previously on Swamplot: Model Construction Worker Caught With Pants Down On Site, Turns Out To Be a Phony; Setting the Scene for a Golfcrest Remake
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That’s just creepy!
Creepy, but not as much as the window display I saw in The Galleria recently, which featured headless children.
When I was in High School I worked at Weiners. For entertainment I put two left hands on a mannequin. People would stop in their tracks and stare at it. They could tell something was wrong but they couldn’t quite put their finger on it (pun intended)
So is this is a house, or a crate and barrel?