Here's one that Stephen captioned, "I think the new stair gates may be faulty." But why was he taking her picture instead of getting her off the railing? Looks like he's not winning father of the year anytime soon.
Like on this photo, one commenter on Instagram asked, "What If the baby falls and hits its head?" Which leads us to ask, "What if someone believes every picture on the internet is real because they'e never heard of Photoshop?"
Here's a real photo, that Stephen captioned with, "Serious stress levels, all her pocket money on the line." Which just goes to show that Stephen doesn't have to rely on Photoshop. He can also do his trolling with words.
As Hannah's health improved, Stephen made the photos just for friends and family. "I thought it would be fun to worry family by putting someone delicate in precarious situations," he said. "It freaked out friends and family, but I forgot the entire internet population were unaware" of the full story.
Stephen said he initially just did one photo, with Hannah on the fence. Then after the picture was posted, "Some random person on Facebook that I don't know commented that I should be shot. This spurred me on to make more." But he also includes "some strategic mistakes to prove they're fake. Example...the knife purposely doesn't cast a shadow."
Since his photos are being discovered online, Stephen said he hoped Hannah's story will encourage more people to be bone marrow donors. If you're in the U.S. and are interested in being a donor, check out BeTheMatch.org. They'll tell you how you can possibly help someone like Hannah.