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High Park Statue Is The Creepiest & Most Mysterious New Toronto Landmark

Forget the monoliths that have been appearing all around the world — Toronto's mysterious High Park statue is way creepier.

A post in the Facebook group "Weird Toronto" first brought the statue to people's attention on December 3, and folks were stumped as to what it was doing there. 

The statue is still there now, and people are still just as curious.

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The statue is hidden deep in Toronto's High Park, near the Colborne Lodge in the south of the park.

High Park Statue Is The Creepiest & Most Mysterious New Toronto Landmark

The horned statue seems to be made from a mix of mud, cement, and wood, with arms, eyes, and a supporting post.

High Park Statue Is The Creepiest & Most Mysterious New Toronto Landmark

Narcity has reached out to the supposed sculptor, whose friend commented on the original Facebook post.

High Park Statue Is The Creepiest & Most Mysterious New Toronto Landmark

Plenty of people had their curiosity piqued by the statue — one visitor named Maggie told Narcity the statue reminded her of some sort of Earth spirit.

High Park Statue Is The Creepiest & Most Mysterious New Toronto Landmark

Whatever the inspiration for the structure, it's nice to know that Toronto has a new guardian keeping an eye on things. 

High Park Statue Is The Creepiest & Most Mysterious New Toronto Landmark
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