ALASKAN Bush People Bear Brown has sparked concern with a “horrifying” new photo, which featured blood and an ax, as fans begged: “God help him.”
Bear, 34, uploaded a scary Instagram photo that frightened his followers.
In an homage to the Friday the 13th slasher movies, a masked man wearing a bag over his head resembled the antagonist Jason Vorhees.
Out in the woods, the masked man had his hands covered in green gloves while holding the ax.
His white clothes had reddish stains all over.
The Alaskan Bush People star captioned the post:
“Fear No Evil production photo.”
According to the Outsider, the Discovery Channel star has been working on his horror short film.
Bear recently shared on social media: “Fear No Evil is still under production, but I’ve been so busy lately.
“I haven’t had much time to film in it!”
He closed: “So I thought I’d upload a couple of still photos from it!
“I hope everyone enjoys it! Viewer discretion is advised.”
Fans jumped to the comments section after being shocked by the terrifying imagery.
One fan said: “It’s Friday the 13th scary.”
Another fan added: “Looks Like Blair Witches Project!”
A third fan mentioned: “This picture is definitely worth a thousand words. Very creative, I love it!
A fourth person chimed in: “PLEASE NO! HELP ME, GOD! PLEASE NOOOOOO!”
Back in May, the reality star revealed that he and his wife, Raiven Adams, are expecting a second child.
Bear and Raiven share their two-year-old son River.
He posted a sweet video showing off a positive pregnancy test.
During the clip, the entire family held their hands over the pregnancy test before revealing the result.
In the caption, Bear announced: “Raiven and I have some super awesome news we would like to share with everyone!
“Raiven is pregnant!”
He added: “Becoming a dad was one of the greatest moments of my life!
“It’s still really early, and we’re praying for a healthy baby, but I couldn’t be more excited to welcome another little one into this world!”
In January, the on-again, the off-again couple tied the knot in a romantic ceremony surrounded by friends and family.
The wedding took place about one year after the death of Bear’s father, Billy, 68.
Bear told PEOPLE: “It feels really good to be a married man, I’ve loved Raiven a long time and it’s an honor and a privilege to finally call her my wife.”
Raiven mentioned she “was so very happy to have our friends and family” on their special day.
She added: “Bear looked very handsome, and I’m very grateful for the family we’ve made.”