Creepiest Ice Cream Truck Ever

True story: when The_Missus was young, her parents told her that whenever the ice cream truck was playing music, that meant they were out of ice cream.

That may be mildly evil, but not as bad as this ice cream truck. Not only is it just a typical conversion van with a couple of magnets stuck on, it’s got a sountrack straight out of our worst nightmares. Remember kids: the secret ingredient is THE DEVIL.

[Warning: Seriously creepy music and PG-13 language. Alienate your co-workers at your own risk]

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  1. Age_of_Aerostar Avatar

    that is scary, and a conversion van too? those things have seat beds in em!!!

  2. P161911 Avatar

    The last neighborhood that we lived in the ice cream van was pretty scary too. It was an old 70s/80s Chevy G-10 that looked like it had been painted purple with a brush. The driver, if he wasn't on the sex offender register, he sure looked like he belonged there. My wife was terrified of the guys.

  3. Jeff Glucker Avatar
    Jeff Glucker

    I bet I know who is driving that thing…
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    1. Dr_Dangerously Avatar

      Killer clowns from outer space!

      1. Jeff Glucker Avatar
        Jeff Glucker

        It is either them… or Pennywise.

    2. Target29 Avatar


  4. superbadd75 Avatar

    I was just thinking the other day, I rarely see Ice Cream vans in our neigborhood. The closest I've ever seen is one of these bad boys.
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  5. JeepyJayhawk Avatar


    1. Dr_Dangerously Avatar

      Murder it with meteors!

  6. BGW, Capt (Ret.) Avatar

    Around here, the trucks themselves are far creepier- typically clapped-out late '80s/early '90s FedEx-style trucks, rusty in all the wrong places and with an engine note that sounds like someone pushed Neil Peart down a spiral staircase. The drivers all seem to be Eastern European immigrants who materialize out of nowhere in May and are nowhere to be found come October. The music, though, isn't so much creepy as hellishly annoying- usually a vaguely hip-hopped ripoff of various nursery rhymes, so I think I'd actually prefer this level of creepery for a change.
    I just realized that I've given way too much thought to ice cream trucks. I need to take a shower. With Napalm.

  7. CptSevere Avatar

    The Worst Ice Cream Van Jingle ever. Makes you wonder about the people who drive these. Who in their right mind could listen to this day in and day out and retain a shred of sanity? It would be like Chinese water torture. And, what do they do the rest of the year when they're not selling ice cream?
    I'm old enough to remember the custom Good Humor trucks. Late 60's Ford F100's with no doors and a freezer body on the back. Spotless white paint. The guy had like reindeer bells he'd ring with a pull string. Sounded cheerful. That was a class act.
    The decline and fall of Western Civilization using the ice cream truck as evidence.

  8. FuzzyPlushroom Avatar

    The local ice-cream truck plays "Turkey in the Straw". That's all it ever plays, and there's only one truck.
    I'm almost looking forward to winter.

    1. Tim Odell Avatar
      Tim Odell

      We have ice cream trucks year round in LA.
      They tend to congregate in low-rent neighborhoods…like the one I live in.

      1. FuzzyPlushroom Avatar

        Well, if it's warm enough to melt ice cream (always, there) then it's warm enough for ice cream.
        Here, from November to March, it very much isn't.

  9. _Tomsk_ Avatar

    How much you wanna bet this is on his "license?"
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