Modernhiker.com first broke the story in 2014 of Casey Nocket or as she goes by on Instagram and the name in which she tags her "artwork" across America's National Parks, "Creepytings."

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Casey had been traveling across the U.S. and painted/drew on natural rock formations at Rocky Mountain National Park, and Colorado National Monument, Yosemite National Park, Death Valley National Park, and Joshua Tree National Park, all in California; Crater Lake National Park, in Oregon; Zion National Park and Canyonlands National Park, both in Utah. These paintings had been confirmed by the National Park Service.

The painting was of a woman with a cigarette hanging from her mouth.

Nocket, 23, used Instagram and Tumblr to document her work which caused understandable outrage on social media. Casey faced a judge in her home city of Fresno, CA where she entered a guilty plea for defacing the rocks. She will be serving two years' probation and 200 hours of community service. How much she owes comes at a later trial date.

 

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