Dad and baby girl’s ‘Halloween 4’ photoshoot spooks TikTok: ‘Parenting done right’

A photographer’s Halloween-inspired shoot has TikTok clutching its pearls. 

Melissa Frawley is accustomed to taking family photos. But this year, it appeared the photographer’s clients wanted something a little less wholesome. Frawley snapped adorably spooky pictures of a father and daughter dressed as Micheal Myers and Jamie Lloyd in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers. 

In the film, Jamie is the 7-year-old protagonist and Michael’s niece. The movie ends with a shocking twist when Jamie is revealed to be a killer too. It’s not exactly the kind of thing you’d expect a dad and his baby girl to bond over. 

In Frawley’s photoshoot, the little girl, dressed in Jamie’s red and white clown costume, devoured a cake with red frosting. As she shoveled the treat into her mouth, it looked as though her adorable cheeks were covered in blood.

In each photo, the unassuming girl appeared happy but little did she know that Michael Myers, aka her dad, lurked in the background wielding a (fake) knife. 

The spooky video racked up 4.8 million views on TikTok. People loved the creative photoshoot. 

“Parenting done right,” one user said.

“This is the coolest thing I’ve ever seen,” another wrote

“I see a family who loves Halloween! [I] love this,” someone commented.

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