Case in point, from the Block Island Times:
During public comment, island resident Tim McCabe presented a series of photos that appeared in national publications, such as the New York Times. He claimed that the photos were “pagan art religion of the Holy Grail” and if the photos were turned upside down, they showed “demonic faces.” McCabe wants all Rhode Island schools and town halls to ban the New York Times and other publications.
McCabe also distributed a press release to the Block Island Times. The release read “Tim McCabe, founder of the True Church of the Holy Ghost, is asking all schools and Town halls in Rhode Island to ban the NY Times, USA Today, Time Magazine and any other publication that is surreptitiously putting the cannibal pagan art religion of The Holy Grail in their publications. If we can’t have a picture of Christ in our town halls and schools we can’t have Devil worship.”
Oddly enough, I agree with McCabe. Separation of church and state means we can't have Christian or Devil worship taught in our schools. On the other hand, when crackpots turn pictures upside down and see "demonic faces" I think we should demand more evidence before banning the New York Times.
More likely this is a case of pareidolia, and by "more likely" I mean certainly.