A vast cloud of gas surrounding two huge clusters of stars stares at you, glaring, knowing you should be working and not reading Halloween blogs.
Or is that your conscience speaking? This is actually a star-forming cloud called NGC 2467, as seen by the MPG/ESO telescope in Chile. Each eye is actually a cluster of stars, blowing huge holes in the gas cloud, forming what looks like two colorful eyes burning a hole into your very soul.
I have to note: this object is in the constellation of Puppis, the stern of a cosmic ship. So this really is
a stern glare! Image credit: ESOOriginal image: The cosmic Christmas ghost