It may be hard for your brain to make sense out of this picture. Is it Stephen Colbert's mother at a boat show? A bobble head manufacturing error? An awesome geneticist trying to create the most American American possible? The inside of Bill O'Reilly's head when he's trying to finish?
It's actually a cosplayer at Monsterpalooza. And it's pretty amazing how in a convention center filled with mangled zombie corpses and stage blood, she managed to be the creepiest using only a rubber mask and most of her boobs.
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The only way that guy would be more creeped out is if she chose a Bill O'Reilly mask.
The Colbert mask, perfect for any night out in the Uncanny Valley, was made by Landon Meier. He creates weirdly realistic masks, and like many lunatics, he specializes in screaming baby heads. The inside of his workshop looks like the trophy room of a toddler Predator. If you're good at unseeing that which cannot be, visit his website. If you don't have time, let us quote the text of the front page in its entirety: "PRESENTING LANDON MEIER'S AWARD-WINNING BABY HEADS." Which award, you ask? None, other than the coveted "Worst Place To Die" ribbon from Covered in Spiders Quarterly.