With Halloween in a matter of weeks, Google Maps users have spotted something quite spooky on the app.
The street view tool is used for a variety of purposes, from real-time traffic conditions to 3D mapping.
Now the app, which was launched in 2005, has uncovered an eerie sight in the US state of Indiana.
The image was spotted in Dyer which shows a huge, green space surrounded by suburban houses.
Around the green space, which looks like a park of some sort, there are trees, bushes and dirt roads.
From distance, the scene looks normal, until you come a little closer.
Right in the centre of the green space, someone managed to create a Frankenstein monster.
The scary giant has a huge head with its arms out in front and a tongue sticking out its mouth.
It also has Frankenstein's trademark squared-off head too.
However, it remains unclear how the monster was carved into the field but it could have been done by a lawn mower.
Google Maps viewers left questioning what person is doing in their parked car
Although the brown lines are in the field, it's likely the footpaths have been there for some time.
The sighting was first spotted by a Reddit user who captioned the post: "Frankenstein's monster."
Since it was shared, the post garnered loads of comments from users who were baffled by the sight.
One said: "This almost reminds me of the Richardson's Corn Maze in Spring Grove, Illinois."
Another added: "Which happens to be close to Munster, coincidentally."
A third commented: "This appears to be Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein."
While a fourth replied: "Fyi… Frankenstein's Monster's name is Adam."
Looking for more street view stories, previously Google Maps users were left spooked by a mysterious sight on a cliffside.
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