The site has over 701 likes and has drawn the interest of investigators at the Bay County Sheriff's Office. It's called Panama City's Trashiest and is currently the center of a cyber bullying investigation.
"So it's time that as a parents we take ownership, we pay attention to what our kids doing, and stop putting the responsibility on society," said Lincherria Barnes, a mother of three, knows well the threats constantly surrounding today's youthful freedoms.
"The freedoms are taken for granted you know and you talk about children being bullied and low self esteem, but then we allow for things like this to go on," said Barnes.
"I mean its going to take a collective group effort," said Ryan Harvell, a student.
And if you think parents are alone, the younger generation is joining in on the conversation.
"You should not take to a tool that was originally designed to be like a friend finder and it shouldn't be twisted in this way," said Harvell.
"I feel like with every generation it keeps getting younger and younger," said Joshua Schmidt a friend of Harvells. "And not just with social networking. People are getting pregnant at younger age and people are drinking alcohol at younger ages and its the culture we live in. It's just a downward spiral and its just going to keep going."
Investigator with the Bay County Sheriff's Office Craig Romans says ramifications for what started out as a clever prank are forthcoming.
"These kids that are posting stuff on this page are going to regret being a part of it," said Romans.
Authorities confirm this kind of cyber stalking and cyber bullying is a criminal offense. One charge for every person bullied could be applied to every individual involved in the site.
"It's disturbing because it goes back and really lets us know that innocence is gone," said Barnes.
The Bay County Sheriff's Office is continuing its investigation and will be interviewing potential suspects in the upcoming week. The site has since been deleted from Facebook.