CREATED Aug. 22, 2012 - UPDATED: Aug. 22, 2012
NAPLES, Fla. - Disturbing images are placed near the downtown Naples area on Wednesday. Images of aborted fetuses are too graphic to show you on TV.
Drivers on US 41 in Naples got a glimpse of startling images. Posters line the area near downtown of aborted fetuses and stages of an abortion.
"These pictures come from an abortion clinics. They are real photos," said Preston Carlyle, Field Director for Created Equal.
Created Equal, an anti-abortion non-profit organization based in Ohio, placed the posters on sidewalks on Wednesday.
"The purpose of our pictures is to allow the victims of abortion to speak for themselves because they've been denied a voice," said Carlyle.
The group says they are urging voters to side with pro-life, but they don't back any specific candidate or party in the upcoming election.
"We are traveling to the battleground states trying to register and motivate pro-life this November."
Created Equal even has a truck driving around town with a picture of an aborted fetus after 15 weeks of pregnancy. Should drivers be forced to look?
"what would you say to people that say these images are too graphic, don't want to see them?"
"The reason photos are graphic is because abortion is graphic."
The group also plans on stopping at the GOP Convention in Tampa next week and will be in downtown Fort Myers on Thursday.
"If the photographic evidence of the injustice of abortion does not motivate the pro-life vote, nothing will."