Would you go alone into the woods with a creepy doll like this one? Happy Halloween!
Released in 1958, when shit like this was considered fun and entertaining - the album is comedian Paul Winchell with his ventriloquist pal Jerry Mahoney. They go on what appears to be disturbing 'Father & son' outings, such as going in the middle of the woods to read stories and look up into the sky as you are tripping balls on vicadin or whatever they had in the 50's.
The creepy as hell thing is ... take a look at that freaking doll next to him. He has a look of murder in his eye, doesn't he? So let's add it up... a man alone in the woods with a creepy doll that is giving him the cold death stare. Yep, something horrific is about to happen. There's probably a straight razor under that pumpkin next to the creepy doll.
By far, this rare find is the creepiest, scariest album cover I have in my record collection. I would challenge you to share your creepiest or scariest album cover you have.
Now, lets have a listen at a track from this album, about Mary Smith. Such a pleasant story, about how the Johnson family adopted her after both her parents die from disease. And how the neighborhood judged her because she was poor and not good looking. Great stuff. The 50's generation really knew how to live it up! - ChrisModem