A perfect white-picket-fence town on Google Maps has made Reddit users feel uneasy due to its 'Edward Scissorhands vibe.'
While many of us crave perfection, something about this little town is just eerie as the user claims to have been " strolling through random places on Google Maps and I came across this place which just had an odd feeling to it."
The street appears to be empty, with a bright greenhouse detected from two other wealthy appearing homes.
A deep, clear blue sky glows down in the sunlight, making the street seem almost too picturesque.
The town, which is believed to be located on French-claimed island off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada, appears to be of brochure-picture perfection and people on Reddit have found it unsettling.
One user said: "I was getting the cosier warm levels of vibes until you pointed out the stop sign. Got back to being eerie."
Another added: "Yeah. Even the stop sign is weird."
A third wrote: "I think the deep blue sky is mainly why it looks so odd."
Some even suggested that the town looks as though it could have been a movie set as it has "vibes" of The Truman Show or Edward Scissorhands.
A reddit user commented: "Edward Scissorhands set vibe."
A second wrote: "This reminds me of Cat In The Hat."
A third added: "I’m getting Truman Show vibes."
However, others claimed it resembled homes on the Sims games or Nuketown from Call Of Duty Black Ops 2.
Let us know what it reminds you of in the comment below!
The news comes after s Google Maps users have finally located the clitoris – just not the one women were hoping to be found.
Users shared their delight on Twitter after finding Mount Clitoris in the Philippines, as it shares its name with the part of a woman's anatomy that is responsible for the female orgasm.
Hilariously replying to a viral tweet that said "I don't argue with people who can't locate the clitoris," one person replied saying "I found it on Google Maps."
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