Seattle Cops Probe Naked Fetish Photos Taken Inside Veterans Cemetery
Police are investigating a series of explicit pictures that were taken last week at a veterans cemetery in Seattle and then posted on the photographer’s web site, which is devoted to fetish and bondage images.
The photos show a naked woman bound by rope hanging from a cannon barrel and a statue of a soldier. In the background of the photos are the neatly aligned headstones of dead veterans buried at the Evergreen Washelli cemetery.
The images were posted last Friday to the web site of photographer Patrick Cameron, who captioned the photo set “Playing around in the Cemeterey.” The 48-year-old Cameron, who uses the name “Patrick Andraste,” describes himself as a “sometimes photographer of pretty shiny things.”
Cops are examining whether Cameron (seen at left) and his model trespassed to take the photos, which apparently were shot after the cemetery closed.
In addition to the shots of the naked woman trussed up and dangling, Cameron’s web site includes several photos of a model--wearing stilettos and a tight latex dress--posing atop a headstone for a dead man named Mitchell Gallaher.