Imagine riding down a country road in Maine one day and seeing a coyote standing at attention in a snowbank. Yuh, probably do a double-take on that one. Ya might even snap a pic with the smaht phone. But what if you drive by the same location the next day and the coyote is still there...in the exact position it was the day before. WTF! Now that's creepy.

Our friends at the Maine As F*ck Facebook page have posted another gem demonstrating let's say, the uniqueness of our rural regions. Somebody found a roadkill coyote frozen solid in Northern Maine. Since it was suspended in a pose worthy of display in the state museum, they stood it up on the side of the road for people to see while driving by. The thing still looks alive like it's about to howl at us! Now that's some wicked Maine 'aht'.