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Ziggy455

Nightmare Fuel.

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This movie is a lot more allegorical than practical, and its basis is on religion but it's still extremely disturbing.

 

 

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I didn't need sleep tonight, anyway.

 

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Bekinski was an artist of Poland who would create surrealistic pieces he based off of his nightmares. However, he always found disdain when creating the visual components of his dreams as opposed to his other works of art. I wonder why?

 

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orbitalraindrops

Iv'e heard of Begotten before. I'm not sure if it's weird for the sake of weird, or has some really heavy deep meaning.

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Iv'e heard of Begotten before. I'm not sure if it's weird for the sake of weird, or has some really heavy deep meaning.

It's an allegorical story based on religion, evolution, and the planet if I can recall correctly. It's an odd film, with lots of themes and symbolism as opposed to actual plot. However it's still very surreal.

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Shyabang Shyabang

 

 

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Ziggy455

 

Starlet! is brought to you by Satan!

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BrownBear

I find this huge diorama to be equally brilliant and disturbing, take a look.

 

 

Some of the art by Russian painter, Geli Korzhev is also quite disturbing.

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Chris Fromage

Isn't it amazing that I always see these kinds of creepy stuff in the middle of the night, when it is raining and no one is at home...

Why not on a sunny day when the birds are singing and kids are playing outside... bored.gif

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Ziggy455

 

Isn't it amazing that I always see these kinds of creepy stuff in the middle of the night, when it is raining and no one is outside...

Why not on a sunny day when the birds are singing and kids are playing outside...  bored.gif

Because they know when you're alone and vulnerable.

 

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Isn't it amazing that I always see these kinds of creepy stuff in the middle of the night, when it is raining and no one is at home...

Funny how that usually is the case. Hehe...mwahahahaha

 

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Wolf of Badenoch

I've found this story a few months ago. It's based off The Thing, but told from the point of view of the The Thing itself:

http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/watts_01_10/

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GunWrath
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Is that Clint Howard? lol

 

He's always been an odd looking creature.

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Is that Clint Howard? lol

 

He's always been an odd looking creature.

Yes it is and yes he is. lol

 

 

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Black and white just made Chucky scary again. Why does everything look so much creepier in black and white? GAH

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Chunkyman

Any of you familiar with Operation Wandering Soul? It was a project by the US military during the Vietnam war to demoralize and scare the superstitious Vietnamese with the use of a massive speakers blaring frightening sounds during the night. The Vietnamese tended to believe very strongly in ghosts and spirits, so the US had the scary sounds intertwined with the voice of a Vietnamese man who talked as if he was a spirit.

 

Spooky sh*t.

 

 

 

Audio starts at around 40 seconds.

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Yeah so much for sleeping tonight.

 

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Ziggy455

Stephen King's short story featured in the anthology Everything is Eventual contains a short story called The Man In The Black Suit, and it is possibly one of the freakiest short stories I've read from King. It still scares me for some odd reason when I read it.

 

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Wolf of Badenoch

Minecraft's Disc 11 has always creeped me out:

 

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Finite

In 2008 a Doctor Who episode called Silence in The Library was aired.

 

It scared the ever loving sh*t out of fourteen-year-old me, the idea that getting hunted by a pack of creatures that you couldn't see, couldn't hear and couldn't fight was f*cking terrifying and that's without even mentioning how they can only travel through the dark, making sure that the audience was on very high alert while watching this. I felt like a marine out of Alien "They're coming out the walls man! They're coming out of the goddamn walls!" only that they weren't just coming out of the walls, these creatures were everywhere and started to learn to reanimate bodies and speak, using their victims last words to communicate with their prey.

 

Hell, even their name is built to induce fear; Vashta Nerada, living shadow.

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Wolf of Badenoch

 

In 2008 a Doctor Who episode called Silence in The Library was aired.

 

It scared the ever loving sh*t out of fourteen-year-old me, the idea that getting hunted by a pack of creatures that you couldn't see, couldn't hear and couldn't fight was f*cking terrifying and that's without even mentioning how they can only travel through the dark, making sure that the audience was on very high alert while watching this. I felt like a marine out of Alien "They're coming out the walls man! They're coming out of the goddamn walls!" only that they weren't just coming out of the walls, these creatures were everywhere and started to learn to reanimate bodies and speak, using their victims last words to communicate with their prey.

 

Hell, even their name is built to induce fear; Vashta Nerada, living shadow.

These two quotes from that episode make my spine shiver:

 

The real world is a lie and your nightmares are real.

 

 

Every single creature in the universe has an irrational fear of the dark. But they're wrong. Because it's not irrational.

 

The Cave Sounds in Minecraft can really catch you off guard, 4, 5 and 10 being the worst ones.

 

 

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Abel.

Ziggy455: Thanks for the recommendation mate. I always enjoy a good creepy story, and that one was very good.

 

 

On a Hill and On a Hill Part II are both brilliant, but this one is probably one of the best Creepypasta stories I've read. Rather long, but hauntingly brilliant.

 

 

Is the last gif of your first post based on The Rake by any chance?

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THIS is by FAR the scariest f*cking thing i have ever seen.

 

I will never watch this again.

Does it help if you know it's because she had polio as a kid?

 

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Apparently someone wrote a creepypasta to go along with it, but I don't think it was meant to be taken too seriously. Here it is for anyone who's curious.

 

And here's another creepypasta. This one's pretty good. I had to post the image because it's not on the wiki.

 

e: Bonus! I came across another one of my favorite pastas. Ecco la pasta! (It's a pretty long one though.)

I've read that creepypasta some months ago, the image along with the story, scared me a lot, but for some reason, I coulnd't stop looking at the pic.

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Ex Hellraiser

My bedroom is in my basement. So I often find myself awake at 2AM, with the lights off, and the only sound being the drone from my Xbox, reading creepypastas. The tension is f*cking terrifying. Even if you know nothing is going to happen, you always have that .000001% feeling that you will blink, and instantly your worst fear will be staring you in your face when you open your eyes again, or that every little creak or noise, no matter how quiet, is Jeff hiding in the darkness 10 feet away...

 

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Here's a good one: Psychologist

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Lullaby Cave...

Wasn't there a big thing about the song causing a big portion of suicides in Japan back in the 90s?

Yes there was.

 

The Lavender Town Syndrome (also known as "Lavender Town Tone" or "Lavender Town Suicides") was a peak in suicides and illness of children between the ages of 7-12 shortly after the release of Pokémon Red and Green in Japan, back in February 27, 1996.

 

Rumors say that these suicides and illness only occurred after the children playing the game reached Lavender Town, whose theme music had extremely high frequencies, that studies showed that only children and young teens can hear, since their ears are more sensible.

 

Due to the Lavender Tone, at least two-hundred children supposedly committed suicide, and many more developed illnesses and afflictions. The children who committed suicide usually did so by hanging or jumping from heights. Those who did not acted irrationally complained of severe headaches after listening to Lavender Town's theme.

 

Although Lavender Town now sounds differently depending on the game, this mass hysteria was caused by the first Pokémon game released. After the Lavender Tone incident, the programmers had fixed Lavender Town's theme music to be at a lower frequency, and since children were no longer affected by it.

 

One video appeared in 2010 using ”special software" to analyze the audio of Lavender Town's music. When played, the software created images of the Unown near the end of the audio. This raised a controversy, since the Unown didn't appear until the Generation 2 games: Silver, Gold, and Crystal. The Unown translate to "LEAVE NOW". There is also the said Beta Version of Lavender Town.

 

It is said that the Beta Version of Pocket Monsters was released to some kids to test the games. This is the video of the Beta Version of Lavender Town:

 

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Chris Fromage
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Never fails to scare me... bored.gif

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Wolf of Badenoch

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When I first saw this scene in the movie, I shat myself. (And so did everyone else in the room.)

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