I don't know if you're into scary movies or if your parents even let you watch scary movies at that age, but I was in the anomaly of young children who wasn't bothered by scary movies. I watched all kinds of scary movies, and my favorite series is Halloween but none of them were ever truly scary, but there was one movie that somehow gave me goosebumps and chills watching it. Later on, I found out that movie was based upon a murder that happened in Michigan in 1990.

Jeepers Creepers is arguably the scariest scary movie of all time, it's a cinematic masterpiece. They did an amazing job of capturing a bus full of kids during a storm get terrorized by this crow like man, in the middle of a cornfield is so back roads Michigan I could smell it. It makes a lot of sense in hindsight at why this movie was scary, but let's all remember, there is a reference to every 23rd spring, Jeepers Creepers returns.

The fact that people in Michigan lost their lives in a similar fashion as to what we saw in the movie Jeepers Creepers is unbelievable. The only think more unhinged than that would be to believe that this evil and unforgiving monster going to return 23 springs later.

This has started to become a topic that has swirled around on social media platforms such as TikTok, Facebook, Twitter, and others as the movie's fans and casual watchers have taken notice to the timeline. The following tweets show some clips from the movie which hit the big screen theaters in 2001. They also lay out the timeline of every 23rd spring for 23 days, Jeepers Creepers eats.

I'm not saying that this is for sure going to happen or that it won't happen, but I do know that we're going to find out very soon. The first day of Spring in 2024 is Tuesday, March 19th, which means none of us in Michigan are safe until April 11th, that would be the end of the 23-day feast for the monster. Do you think it's crazy to think this can even happen or are you on board?

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