There's a terrifying twist at the end of photographer Breanna Caldwell's latest photo series.
The Chesterton, Indiana mom is going viral for a spooky set of images she captured of her 4-year-old daughter, Maci, having a tea party with "Halloween" villain Michael Myers.
In the chilling images, a friend dressed up as the fictional slasher film character watches little Maci having a tea party from the woods surrounding her yard.
The girl, dressed in a white party dress and looking sweet and innocent, notices Myers lurking and invites him to sit at her tea table. Like in any good horror film story line, just when the images lull the viewer into a false sense of security, the slashing begins.
The killer isn't Myers, however, it's little Maci, who takes the antagonist of the "Halloween" franchise by the hand, leads him into the woods and stabs him, covering her white dress in blood and stealing Myers' iconic mask.
It's pure Halloween magic. And, despite criticism from some social media users, Caldwell says the shoot was just a fun activity she did with her daughter to celebrate her recent birthday.
"(People said) now, is she going to be a serial killer or end up needing a therapist because this has traumatized her," Caldwell, whose post containing the images has been shared nearly 250,000 times on Facebook, told TODAY Parents. "Well, for everyone that can see the session, she is not traumatized nor will she grow up to be a serial killer."
Caldwell says she introduced Maci to the friend who dressed up as Myers in advance, both with his mask on and off.
"She wasn't scared one bit and I walked her through the entire session," said Caldwell.
When she isn't slaying masked killers, Caldwell says little Maci loves playing dress up, singing and dancing and watching her favorite movie, "Lilo and Stitch."
"She is a very smart, beautiful and perfect little model," said the 25-year-old single mom, adding that she loved sharing some Halloween magic with her daughter. "Halloween is my absolute favorite and I honestly wish it was just more than one day."