The evening sun made eerie shapes in the forested landscape.
The flames threw eerie lights into the sand around the wagons, but nothing moved.
All of them wore eerie red contact lenses.
The eerie quiet that followed amplified the ringing of her ears.
Everyone and everything around them had frozen in mid-movement, like an eerie sculpture garden.
An eerie quiet followed, and she wasn't sure if he'd shed his human body and take out her and everything else.
He hooked the light to his belt where it swung in an eerie arc, casting jumping shadows on the rock-strewn slope and yellow streaks into nothingness.
It was still eerie walking around the place alone, knowing he had been there.
The Atlanta night was muggy and dark; a thin layer of smog trapped the city's light and made the sky glow an eerie yellow-orange.
They stood in silence for a moment, eyes on the eerie lake.
They led onto a balcony, but it was the eerie green glow beyond that caught her attention.
Some of the tattoos of the dead still glowed, the eerie red tribal patterns punctuating the landscape.
The small man with white irises drew near her, his eerie, unblinking gaze making her uncomfortable.
The eerie hulls of burnt-out cars up the road had been creepy even to Brady.
The moons appeared through the branches in the jungle, almost alone in the dark sky except for a wisp of clouds floating beneath them. She watched the clouds pass. More came, quickly blocking the moons and stealing most of the light from the jungle. Katie sat up and blinked until her eyes adjusted to the new level of darkness. The sky took on an eerie silver glow, like it did in Maryland the night before a hard snow.
Katie had never been so happy to step into the eerie shadow world.
It was eerie and disturbing.
She watched the Guardians gather wood in the eerie light of the bloody sun and start the funeral pyre for her father's body.
Those ahead of him grew more restless with the passing time, eerie quiet, and stifling heat.
It gave her an eerie feeling.
His eerie red eyes swept over her again before he slid away, out of the kitchen.