The photo gets famous on Tumblr in late 2013. Someone in the reblog suggests that it’d make a great cartoon:
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Myself as a child in the Valley Zoo
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Ghostwatch is a British reality–horror/mockumentary television movie, first broadcast on BBC1 on 31 October (Halloween), 1992.
Despite having been recorded weeks in advance, the narrative was presented as ‘live’ television. Following its first and only UK television broadcast the show attracted a considerable furore.
Many viewers believed the events to be true and some controversy ensued after its airing. This was all in spite of the fact that Screen One was a drama slot, the programme aired with a “Written by …” credit at the start, and a cast list was published in the BBC’s Radio Times listings magazine.
The BBC was besieged with phone calls from irate and frightened viewers, and British tabloids and other newspapers criticised the BBC the next day for the disturbing nature of some scenes.
The reaction to the programme led the BBC to place a decade-long ban on the programme being repeated after its initial broadcast and, although this has now been lifted, it remains unlikely that it will ever be shown again on British terrestrial television.