“Chucky” in real life TERRORIZES the American city; Check out the pictures!



A few weeks ago, footage emerged of an individual dressed as ‘Chucky’ outside the town of Pinson, Alabama, USA.

After locals were terrified by the character’s appearances, they quickly discovered that he was just a neighborhood boy who seemed very eager for Halloween.

Despite this, a woman identified as Kendra Walden posted some images of the boy on Facebook and made no secret of her fear, writing:

“Dear parents of the boy in the ‘Chucky’ costume at Finch. Take your son…I almost had a heart attack.

The post has already had over 50,000 likes and over 100,000 shares, with several users making jokes about the situation.


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Although it sounds fun, other users of the social network have warned of the danger of inspiring real criminals to disguise themselves so as not to be identified during a robbery or worse.

After the backlash, Britnee Reed, mother of five-year-old Jackson, told WDHN Radio she was at work when she heard about ‘Child’s Play’ walking around.

She said she got a message from a friend talking about it, saying Jackson might do the same.

To Britnee’s surprise, it was her son who went viral on social media.

“When I got the photos, I zoomed in and was shocked to realize this was really my Jackson,” she said in a relaxed tone.

Shortly after, the mother allegedly called the boy’s grandmother, who was supposed to be caring for him, and she confessed that she had helped him dress up because Jackson wanted to do neighborhood ‘watch’ .

Another video shows a family driving through the neighborhood when surprised by the boy’s presence.


Remember that the 2nd season of the series ‘Chucky’ will be broadcast on October 5 on the SyFy channel.

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The second season will feature the return of Brad Dourif as the voice of Chucky, Jennifer Tilly as the iconic and psychotic Tiffany, Zackary Arthur as Jake Wheeler, Björgvin Arnarson as Devon Evans, Alyvia Alyn Lind as Lexy Cross, Alex Vincent as Andy Barclay, Christine Elise as Kyle, Fiona Dourif as Nica, Barbara Alyn Woods as Mayor Michelle Cross, and Devon Sawa as a new character.

Lachlan Watson (“Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”) will play Glen/Glenda.

Sutton Stracke, Joe Pantoliano, Tony Nappo, Meg Tilly and Lara Jean Chorostecki will also be part of the new episodes.

Previously, franchise creator Don Mancini hinted at the possibility of sending Chucky into space, suggesting he isn’t ruling out the idea.

“I never felt like there was a limit to what I could do with Chucky. He’s a very versatile character and fits into so many different tones and genres – whether he’s act horror, comedy, or a mix of the two. I think the character is complex enough to go anywhere…even in space. Although I gave this idea as a joke, I think that would make a fun movie.

He adds: “When [as franquias de terror] sending their villains into space is usually an indication that they’ve gone too far. But who wouldn’t want to see Chucky in a little astronaut costume?”

Remember that the series has already been launched in Brazil, via the Star+ platform.

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