A Batch Of Creepy Kids

Here’s a big batch of recent additions to the collection, held together loosely by the theme of Creepy Kids. Once again they vary in date and location, most of which we don’t know.

Our first picture here features to little creepy kids, one of whom I can only guess is a young Freddy Kruger, circa the 1940s.

2 Boys - Freddy Kruger and Dog

We’ve featured another photo of these guys in the past, but here’s a different one, and I think it’s from the 1920s.

Five in the snow

A couple of animal faced boys with their younger brother – happening at some point in the 1940s-1960s is my best guess.

Animal Faced Boys

A spooky ghost here, but mum won’t be pleased when she sees what they’ve done to one of her best pillowcases. The colour and decorations would suggest this was taken in the 1960s.

Ghost Head and Mam

Not so much of a creepy kid in this one, but definitely a creepy adult clown. Guessing this one is from the 1980s.

Clown and Pirate

Here’s a batch of well spooky costumes, along with a strange shadow silhouette. Best guess is the 1930s for this one.

Ghostly Group

This little boy seems to be taking a lot of delight in scaring his big sister. Another guess on this photo, pegging it to the 1930s.

Scary Skull Boy

A very wan and creepy looking ghoul here, whom according to the writing on the photo is named Paul. I’ve an exact date for this photo, and it’s 1957.

Paul The Ghost

We’ll finish off today with a cuteness overload, despite the fact all the little ones look like they’ve been terrorised by something out of frame, but the bigger girl would rather be somewhere else. Guessing this one is from the 1960s.

Kiddie Clowns and Animals

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