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Michael Myers From Halloween Strolling Galveston Beach

Check out this guy, dressed as Michael Myers from the "Halloween" movies casually strolling the beach in Galveston as Tropical Storm Nicholas made landfall in Texas.

Mycah Hatfield

According to the man dressed as Michael Myers who took the stormy beach walk is actually a Galveston area attorney.

"His name is Mark Metzger, a Galveston-area lawyer who is no stranger to doing these things. His prank caused a stir on the beach, but it did not last for long."

Mycah Hatfield Via Twitter
Mycah Hatfield Via Twitter


According to reports, Galveston police received a call Monday afternoon (09/13/21) about a man walking on the beach with a bloody knife.

When police arrived on the scene, they detained Metzger. After learning the knife and blood were fake, Metzger was cited for disorderly conduct and released.

Metzer tells -

I did it as a way to try and find a little bit of positivity in the gloomy doom. I just don't think they appreciate it that much. I guess there's (SIC) some people out there that don't have a sense of humor or, you know, can't please them all.


Average Joe and the Clones Via YouTube
Average Joe and the Clones Via YouTube

You see a full interview with Metzger about the whole ordeal over at

Man Dressed as Michael Myers in Galveston Beach

Mike Myers on the Beach Song

As if this couldn't get any better, someone has already written and recorded a theme song for the whole thing.

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