A scarecrow is a figure that is traditionally made from straw or other materials and used to scare away birds and other animals from crops and gardens. The origin of the scarecrow is unknown, but it is believed to have been used in many cultures, including ancient Egypt and China. The scarecrow has been a popular figure in literature, movies, and television. In the classic novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, the Scarecrow is a sympathetic character who is looking for a brain. In the classic horror movie The Birds, a scarecrow is prominently featured in the climax of the movie. The scarecrow is also featured in many children’s films, including the popular movie series, The Scarecrow and Mrs. King. Over the years, the scarecrow has been used as an icon of rural life and to symbolize fear and danger. The scarecrow is also associated with Halloween and is commonly used as a decoration. It is said that a scarecrow will bring good luck and ward off evil spirits. Rebeka Black is a scarecrow enthusiast who has been collecting scarecrows for over 20 years. She has a vast collection of scarecrows of all shapes and sizes, and each one is unique and special to her. She loves to share her collection with friends and family, and it brings her great joy to see her scarecrows being enjoyed by others.