Skip to comments.Seattle Cops Probe Naked Fetish Photos Taken Inside Veterans Cemetery
Posted on 09/11/2012 4:07:29 PM PDT by KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle
Police are investigating a series of explicit pictures that were taken last week at a veterans cemetery in Seattle and then posted on the photographers web site, which is devoted to fetish and bondage images.
The photos show a naked woman bound by rope hanging from a cannon barrel and a statue of a soldier. In the background of the photos are the neatly aligned headstones of dead veterans buried at the Evergreen Washelli cemetery.
The images were posted last Friday to the web site of photographer Patrick Cameron, who captioned the photo set Playing around in the Cemeterey. The 48-year-old Cameron, who uses the name Patrick Andraste, describes himself as a sometimes photographer of pretty shiny things.
Cops are examining whether Cameron (seen at left) and his model trespassed to take the photos, which apparently were shot after the cemetery closed.
In addition to the shots of the naked woman trussed up and dangling, Camerons web site includes several photos of a model--wearing stilettos and a tight latex dress--posing atop a headstone for a dead man named Mitchell Gallaher.
Not exactly stolen honor sort of thing...
I conclude he had no relatives lost defending our country at Omaha Beach, Tarawa, Bataan, Guadalcanal, Antietem.....otherwise he would not have dishonored those veterans who served our country...
Or, maybe the pervert would have anyway.
Dude... it's Seattle. I'm genuinely surprised he didn't dig one up and take it home to meet the folks.
Well that was fairly silly. You mean he has an audience for that ill-lighted and blurry rot?
You can't possibly believe you're actually telling me anything new, here. ;)
I’m surprised it’s not dateline Florida...
I have not been there, myself, but Anoreth was posted there for too long.
Was in Seattle couple years back with bunch of techs
converting over WaMu banks
One of our guys went to Bruce Lee’s grave
When got there found young Chinese woman butt nekkid and
babbling some incohert stuff.....
While there guy pulls up in van and jumps out waving a
sword yelling “Bruce, Bruce look at me, Everything have
become owe to you....”
Would not have believed this except had pictures....
Lot of strange whackjobs there
Whats the matter could not get into California?
My parents live in The Villages.
Lame artist. I Googled him and his work is quite pedestrian.
Shameful. I used to live near this cemetery and attended a couple of Veteran’s Day observances. It may be Seattle, but not all Seattlites are whack jobs.
It is a beautiful place for a walk, as well.
This will either stimulate the veterans there to arise as zombies to smite the defilers; or, just as likely, to think that this is sorta cool.
For the most part, I gather, soldiers are not big on becoming ghosts under many circumstances. Battlefields are almost the opposite of being haunted. Those who do become ghosts have usually died of old age in bed, and stagger about looking for the nearest VFW Post with a happy hour.
When we lived in central Tennessee, between Mufreesboro and Chattanooga, it was pretty spooky, but I figured the Confederate dead knew we were on their side. Mist over the Duck River or clouds down on Lookout Mountain gave me the heebiejeebies, though.
Got the whole “Two Thousand Maniacs!” thing going on?
If you’re not familiar with it, it is very loosely based on the musical Brigadoon, and is a great example of a very low budget, poorly acted, “splatter” film, that actually had a good potential storyline.
During the US Civil War, a renegade Union Army unit wreaks vengeance on an innocent southern town, brutally slaughtering all the men, women and children in horrific ways, before burning the town to the ground eliminating all trace of it.
So 100 years later, the ghosts(?) of everyone in the town rise again, to hold a great town festival, luring some unsuspecting Yankees there, then brutally murdering them before vanishing again, to return in another 100 years.
Though the movie is bizarre, half showing the small Florida town where it was filmed having quite a typical small southern town festival party and obviously having a good time, and the other half showing them horribly murdering Yankees, I like to think there was great potential there for a good ghost story.
I bet I could write a script for it that would be nowhere near as grotesque but make for a really scary horror film.
I am not familiar with the show you mention, but it seems apropos. I knew the dead were there, but most of the time, it didn’t matter.. My neighbor had a small working cannon, in case the Yankees came up the Duck again.
The movie itself was close to x-rated, drive-in crapola, and not worth seeing.
Except perhaps because it was a real small Florida town, and appeared to be holding a real festival and picnic, using townspeople for extras. So it is like two movies, edited together. One a pleasant reality documentary of a small town having fun in the early 1960s, and the other of small set scenes of graphic murders covered in gallons of red-colored corn syrup. As I said, bizarre.