The Creepiest Mardi Gras Costume I Have Ever Seen, Mardi Gras Day, Mary Jane Emporium, Lower Decatur Street, French Quarter, New Orleans, February 21, 2012

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6 Responses to The Creepiest Mardi Gras Costume I Have Ever Seen, Mardi Gras Day, Mary Jane Emporium, Lower Decatur Street, French Quarter, New Orleans, February 21, 2012

  1. Alexandra says:

    This is funny and creepy and funny again.

    • yes it is. and i am told that it is a fairly common style of mask in cajun country. but that’s no excuse. it’s a bad horror movie waiting to happen is what it is.

      • Alexandra says:

        wow, shame on me, I’ve never heard about cajuns before, just googled. How interesting. Do they REALLY have these masks? But that’s so cool, if they do! I mean, yes, the thing looks creepy, but I’ve never seen anything like this before, what an inspiring look it has!

  2. nolagirlie says:

    Those masks are sooooo creepy! One of the Treme episodes from last season had some of the characters go into cajun-land for Mardi Gras and they wore this type of mask and it creeped me out watching it on tv!

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