Creative Teen Dresses Toddler Brother In Insanely Creepy and Haunting 'It' Costume As Photos Go Viral

Kathryn Cook

A teen from Mississippi gave his brother the creepiest, yet most creative makeover of all time and the photos are sending chills down spines.

When 17-year-old Eagan Tilghman had his creative juices flowing, he decided to give his 3-year-old baby brother, Louie, a chilling makeover inspired by Pennywise, the clown from Stephen King's popular novel and film, It. In a post on Facebook, Eagan's mom boasted about how creative her son was and urged people to see the "creativity" in the pictures rather than the "creepiness."

Brooke Tilghman went on to say that Eagan was bored and decided to give his little brother a makeover and everything was 100% authentic aside from Louie's forehead, which Eagan elongated using the Photoshop program. She then ended the post by sharing her love for her kids.

"I LOVE my unique and creative kids."

"It all started because my other brother, Hosea, who is four, wanted me to paint his face like the Joker. I did and we just had the idea to dress Louie up and take a few pictures," the 17-year-old said.

Brooke's Facebook post has already gone viral with over 95,000 shares. The post has also gained an impressive 83,000 comments, many of which are people tagging friends so they can see the photos for themselves. On the flip side, the mastermind himself, Eagan, also shared the creepy clown photos to his own Facebook page, and the original posting has gotten over 3,400 shares.

Like we said before, this wasn't Eagan's first time that he decided to use his younger siblings to play dress up. On his Instagram page, Eagan showcases his arsenal of creative photos for the world to see. Some of his most clever works include Doctor Strange, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Joker from Batman, and even Edward Scissorhands.

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If you'd to like get more of your clown fix and see the upcoming It movie, the film hits theaters September 7.

[Featured Image by Brooke Tilghman/Facebook]