WATCH: ‘Halloween’ villain ‘Michael Myers’ spotted stalking Tropical Storm Teddy


Notorious “Halloween” antagonist Michael Myers may have finally met his match.

As Tropical Storm Teddy made landfall in Nova Scotia on Wednesday, video footage showed another eerie shape come into view.

Watching as the storm came in was a man enjoying his coffee while wearing the film franchise’s signature Michael Myers mask. Que the creepy theme song!

While it’s unclear why the individual decided to hang out on the rocks decked out in the frightening headgear, it’s safe to say no one bothered him. Paging, Jamie Lee Curtis!

By the time Teddy made landfall in Canada, the storm had already been downgraded from a hurricane. Despite losing strength, power outages were reported throughout Nova Scotia, according to Accuweather.

With October 31st fast approaching, Michael Myers appears to be showing up in the most unlikeliest of places.

In addition to being on storm watch, a mother decided to use the horror film’s iconic killer in a photo shoot alongside her three-year-old daughter.

In a series of shots, photographer Breanna Caldwell got into the holiday spirit by having her daughter Maci partake in a tea party with a man dressed as the serial killer.

"She wasn't even 1% scared," Caldwell told “Good Morning America” in regards to Maci’s reaction. "She absolutely loved it."

Fans of the Michael Myers character can enjoy safely watching him stalk victims on the screen as three of the films in the franchise are heading back to theaters next month.

According to Variety, John Carpenter’s “Halloween,” “Halloween 4” and “Halloween 5” will be screened at drive-ins and reopened indoor cinemas across the country in October. Drive-ins will show all three films, while indoor theaters are set to only air the 1978 original.

The next two films in the franchise have been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“Halloween Kills” was initially set to premiere on Oct. 16, 2020, but will now hit screens on Oct. 15, 2021. Meanwhile, “Halloween Ends” has been moved from Oct. 15, 2021, to Oct. 14, 2022.

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