If you thought the huge collection at the Bunny Museum wasn’t good enough, well, you’re in luck. Near the Missouri/Arkansas border in the teeny tiny town of Gateway (human population 422) the front yard of a random home displays a six-foot-tall fiberglass statue of a “Jack Rabbit”. Originally used as a parade float in the 1980s, “Jack” turned up at R.C.’s Family Style Restaurant until that place closed in 2007. A neighbor not only saved “Jack” but painted it white and installed it in front of their home. Even though the bunny rabbit is on private property, the owners have placed tree stump seats around it for truly disturbing photo ops and selfies. How thoughtful! Oh, I almost forgot…there is a rope in the back of the rabbit that makes his eyes open and close because, you know, creepy statues have to up the creepy factor to eleven!