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Cameraman Denis Farmer caught the spooky film from his back yard in Grand Falls, New Brunswick as a storm brewed over the east Canadian town. The clouds seem to form a human profile before disappearing into the haze.
“It is just luck that causes clouds to look like recognisable shapes - and this is a particularly striking example of a cloud looking like a face," National Centre for Atmospheric Science spokeswoman Dr Perry told Yahoo! News. “This cloud is a cumulonimbus, a storm cloud…these clouds create intense up and down drafts; that is, up and down movements of the air within the cloud," she added.