There’s still 40 days till Halloween, but it doesn’t mean we can’t start getting ready by pumping up the blood early. And the corner of Reddit known by the name r/Creepy is a perfect place for that. Created for “all things creepy,” the subreddit is home to a whopping 14.2M members, proving that spine-chilling content is a big hit here on the internet.

So today, we selected some of the most creepy posts that range from hard-to-explain sightings of figures caught on camera to eerie places that probably won’t be on your holiday destination list.

Ever wondered what the inside of the Chernobyl reactor looks like? Well, wrap yourself up in a warm blanket, scroll down below, and get ready to jump from the sofa. Don’t tell us we didn’t warn you, things are creepy here.

#1

Handmade Ghost Ship

Handmade Ghost Ship

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KJ
Community Member
2 months ago

That's awesome, so much detail.

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#2

Artist With Dementia

Artist With Dementia

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Clarin
Community Member
2 months ago

This just makes me feel sad

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“There isn't really one, universal answer as to why people seek out or enjoy creepy, spooky, scary things; it depends a lot on cultural context, as well as on each person individually,” Lucia Peters told Bored Panda. Lucia is a writer, editor, the creator of the website The Ghost In My Machine, and author of the book “Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark.” “For instance, fear does some interesting things to us, physically and psychologically; it puts our bodies into a state of high alert, often triggering the fight-or-flight response and releasing adrenaline and endorphins,” she continued. “Some people enjoy the feelings and sensations these responses inspire, while others don't.”

Lucia explained that there's been some research into why some folks like being scared and others don't. “For example, it's been found that people who score highly on specific personality traits associated with thrill-seeking tend to enjoy being scared more than those who don't score as highly on those types of traits,” she said and added that there are so many factors at play, like environment, personal experience, etc.

#3

A Friend Went For A Walk The Other Night And Saw This Woman Just Standing On A Roof

A Friend Went For A Walk The Other Night And Saw This Woman Just Standing On A Roof

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Scott Groseman
Community Member
2 months ago (edited)

Had a woman with dementia live in the apartment next to us and she would do buzzard stuff hopefully that’s not. Sleep walker or someone with dementia

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#4

Famine Memorial In Dublin

Famine Memorial In Dublin

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Lizzie Smith
Community Member
2 months ago

True horror.

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According to her, narrowing it down to one, specific answer is difficult (and probably doesn't really serve us well, anyway).

Speaking of herself, Lucia said that she was fearful as a child. “Scared of seemingly everything -- and eventually, I started wanting to understand exactly why I was so scared of so many things.” Therefore, she started “deconstructing horror stories and other spooky things, and along the way, she started to really enjoy the little frisson she got, like “the shiver running up and down my spine and exploring spooky things.”

“And this, too, can be a big factor as to whether someone enjoys being scared or not -- some folks enjoy the sense of mastery they get over making it through a spooky experience,” Lucia said.

#5

Xylaria Polymorpha Is A Saprobic Fungus Commonly Known As Dead Man’s Fingers

Xylaria Polymorpha Is A Saprobic Fungus Commonly Known As Dead Man’s Fingers

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Julia Atkinson
Community Member
2 months ago

I'll just call it Carrie

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#6

This Wasp Nest

This Wasp Nest

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Otter
Community Member
2 months ago

Now that's 100 kinds of freaky!!

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“It's also worth noting that everyone finds the same things creepy or scary. For example, body horror or gore doesn't do much for me, but I love a good ghost story; I'm also very fond of the uncanny -- that is, when something looks familiar, but feels just a little bit... off. But some folks feel the opposite: They find ghost stories or the uncanny boring and love body horror and gore. And that's just personal preference!”

#7

The Missing Persons Map Has A Frightening Similarity To The Cave Systems Map

The Missing Persons Map Has A Frightening Similarity To The Cave Systems Map

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Katie Lutesinger
Community Member
2 months ago

Underground Carnivorous Reptile People theory confirmed.

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#8

Went To Lock The Back Door. There Was A Visitor

Went To Lock The Back Door. There Was A Visitor

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Lizzie Smith
Community Member
2 months ago

The white makes it all the more scary, almost like it's a ghost spider.

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#9

Saint Bartholomew

Saint Bartholomew

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Lizzie Smith
Community Member
2 months ago

He was said to have been skinned and beheaded in Armenia for converting the king to Christianity. He's the patron saint of dermatology.

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According to Lucia, not everyone finds the same things creepy or spooky. “When it comes to the variety of spooky storytelling we find online, though--whether it's in words, pictures, video, or some combination of the above--the most effective pieces of work tend to be the ones that blur the lines of reality and fiction.”

She continued: “think pieces of art that add fictional entities or monsters to real photographs (that's how Slenderman began, after all), short stories that have a kernel of truth in them somewhere ("Abandoned By Disney" does this really well), and the like: Deep down, we know that these images and stories are fictional -- but they look or feel just real enough to make us wonder, ‘What if...?’”

#10

Factory Farm

Factory Farm

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Hans
Community Member
2 months ago

Disgusting. Just remember that with any purchase of non-organic meat, eggs and dairy you make a choice for this. (Slighly stricter laws does not really make the living conditions less disgusting.)

Delboy
Community Member
2 months ago

doesn't need to be organic, just need to be free range... organic doesn't mean cruelty free... this is partly why we want to ban chicken imports from the US in any trade deal... UK free range chickens are actually free range (I live near some and used to buy direct from the farmers before there was a bird flu epidemic so I've seen the conditions are good in the UK)

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Daisy Cartwright
Community Member
2 months ago

This isn’t creepy. This is devastating and disgustingly cruel.

Watching
Community Member
2 months ago

I worked for environmental lawyers for eight years. Part of one of our lawsuits was a visit to a Simmons (poultry) food facility. It was the most disgusting thing I have ever experienced.

Rob Woodman
Community Member
2 months ago

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Woah! It’s Erin Brockovich! Sweet!

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Chloe *Leah* Pheonix
Community Member
2 months ago

This is just sad. These chickens live in pure darkness, no space to run, little water, force fed, its horrible!

Luka Verheijen
Community Member
2 months ago

I don't even know if these are still alive. I only know I don't like it.

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SuperChicken
Community Member
2 months ago

This is abominable. They really need to ban/outlaw this kind of farming.

Anna McHugh
Community Member
2 months ago (edited)

This is proof positive that our species is scum and needs to die off. UPDATE: and for those who say 'You first, Anna' - I'm vegan and childfree. 80% there. So F#$k you, you arrogant bastards. You'll get yours in hell.

Katie Trondsen
Community Member
2 months ago

Not all of us are this vile

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Tamra Stiffler
Community Member
2 months ago

Absolutely appalling and cruel, and should be f*****g illegal!

Steph
Community Member
2 months ago

The truely creepiest post here! And also the saddest one of all !

Amanda Hunter
Community Member
2 months ago

Please don't support the factory-farmed egg industry. These are living sentiant beings.

Katie Lutesinger
Community Member
2 months ago

So horrible. :( And just imagine the smell, too.

Danny Ruiz
Community Member
2 months ago

Much of these places are huge processing breeders. I was raised on a farm, most farmers treat their animals with a lot of respect.

Nikole
Community Member
2 months ago

:( I'm a vegetarian but not a vegan, and I look for cage free or free range eggs. I know I'm still contributing to the demand though.

Danish Dynomummy
Community Member
2 months ago

My heart cries! I have 10 chickens myself, but my featherbabies runs free in our backyard.

Sue Bradley
Community Member
2 months ago

This is one of the reasons I became Vegan 5 years ago, only regret is I didn't do it sooner :(

Riley Quinn
Community Member
2 months ago

And yet, humans still consider themselves the only animal with morals and ethics. Huh.

Monty Is Fiennes
Community Member
2 months ago

DONT EAT CAGE EGGS!!!

DC
Community Member
2 months ago

... and yet, it's the pesty preachy vegans who are the problem, huh...?

Rob Woodman
Community Member
2 months ago

No, it’s the preachy vegans who’re annoying. Fortunately most vegan/vegetarian people aren’t preachy.

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Bex
Community Member
2 months ago

This is the reason I am a vegan.

Red Hair Blue Soul
Community Member
2 months ago

Buy from a local small farm if possible

Wendy
Community Member
2 months ago

Awful 🙁

Isabella because yeah
Community Member
2 months ago

Cruel and sad. Poor chickies

Gabby M
Community Member
2 months ago

PS: Upstate NY here, and our grocery stores feature LOCAL farms. And there are many farm stands (fruit, veg. chicken) all over the place..BUY LOCAL!!!!

Goth mouse (they/them)
Community Member
2 months ago

This is the scariest one omg 😳

TheWeirdDuckPerson
Community Member
6 days ago

Not scary it’s sad

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mcborge1
Community Member
2 months ago

This is gross.

DM
Community Member
2 months ago

Need free range animals

HardTruths
Community Member
2 months ago

I'm confused... I would like to downvote this, yet at the same time bring it up for more pp to see...

Anita Pickle
Community Member
2 months ago

Sad

Dash Blue
Community Member
2 months ago

Oh my god. This is truly sad.

AndersM
Community Member
2 months ago

Free range eggs!!!!! That's just a concentration camp for chickens.

Lea Smith
Community Member
2 months ago

Oh gosh

Ricky Hunter
Community Member
2 months ago

Wrong on every level

Sue Knerl
Community Member
2 months ago

This is why I have my own hens, who have their own house and get to run around in the yard every day. Fresh eggs taste best anyway. Poor Leghorns.

Smitten Kitten
Community Member
2 months ago

I saw a documentary (Jamie's Fowl Dinners) 12 or so years ago and haven't eaten a shop bought chicken since then and never will.

Steve Fischer
Community Member
2 months ago

Makes one want to become a vegan

Tacos Are Tasty
Community Member
2 months ago

This s**t should be illegal, plain and simple. To clarify, I'm not a vegetarian and I eat meat, dairy and eggs, but there is no reason for factory farming to exist. I have no problem paying more for my meat, dairy and eggs if they're humanely farmed.

Suzy the observer
Community Member
2 months ago

I'm a happy vegan.

Kristine Phillips
Community Member
2 months ago

sad

R Carson
Community Member
2 months ago

NO!

Jo Choto
Community Member
2 months ago

Nononononononononononono.

Redling
Community Member
2 months ago

Please for the love of god let them go outside and have some f****n space

Kari Panda
Community Member
2 months ago

Make sure to know the laws and regulations in your country. In Germany, hens being kept in sheds with floors ('Bodenhaltung') is barely better than cages.

Not Proud British
Community Member
2 months ago

Pretty dire

Community Member
4 days ago

saddddddddddddddddddd

TheWeirdDuckPerson
Community Member
6 days ago

Chickens are like us, they feel pain, don’t like to be crushed together,and don’t want to live a a place like this. It’s just cruel

Arianna Ibbotson
Community Member
1 week ago

DISGUSTING! I hate how badly animals are treated in factory farms!

Julia Jules Whitelegg
Community Member
1 month ago

This is just vile!!

Melissa J
Community Member
2 months ago

I feel claustrophobic for the chickens. 🙄

Aiden Pillon
Community Member
2 months ago

vegans think it’s scary

renee brack
Community Member
2 months ago

A concentration camp barracks for a species of farmed animal. Atrocious.

Bacony Cakes
Community Member
2 months ago

Hell.

Chris Challis
Community Member
2 months ago

i am afraid although buying free range etc does not stop this disgusting industry.

Lyone Fein
Community Member
2 months ago

Organic does not mean free range.

Frankenfrog
Community Member
2 months ago

I hope people think about this next time they go stuff their dumb faces at KFC and chick-fil-a

K Tigress
Community Member
2 months ago

Chicken hell. ☹️

PrincessPatton
Community Member
2 months ago

: ''- (

Zedrapazia
Community Member
2 months ago

I'm glad this is illegal where I live

William Alexander Bradley Putera
Community Member
2 months ago

"it's just a farm," meanwhile the farm.....

Lori T Wisconsin
Community Member
2 months ago

Meat stinks. Go vegan.

Gabby M
Community Member
2 months ago

I'm going out on a limb here but how old is that photo. It appeared on Reddit 2 years ago but that says nothing about the age of the photograph. That being said I myself call BS on many "organic" labels. I just did some research and I was looking for the laws concerning Free Range & Organic. My biggest question, which I couldn't find the answer to was Who Certifies the company/s that use the Organic label. With 1000's of Co.'s Where are the actual people who do SPOT CHECKS for lack of a better word. And how understaffed is it. The FDA and affiliates do have nice web pages though if interested >> https://www.ams.usda.gov/sites/default/files/media/NOP-Biosecurity-FINAL.pdf

Whining Walace
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2 months ago

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I want to eat meat, eggs, dairy. I don't care about those animals, maybe I would if people like Hans weren't shoving "guilt" down my throat. Maybe you should let people eat what they want to eat, at the end of the day, not even the vast majority of the world will become vegan/vegetarian. Not including pets like dogs and cats. :betterthan:

Becky Samuel
Community Member
2 months ago

Username checks out. What a whiner baby.

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#11

Got A Notification From My Smart Home App In The Middle Of The Night Saying "Your Doorbell Detected A Visitor"

Got A Notification From My Smart Home App In The Middle Of The Night Saying "Your Doorbell Detected A Visitor"

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Katie Lutesinger
Community Member
2 months ago

Bet you it was some kid who did it on a dare.

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#12

An Eerie Underwater Cave Death Warning Sign

An Eerie Underwater Cave Death Warning Sign

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Julia Atkinson
Community Member
2 months ago

"There's nothing in this cave worth dying for"...you just KNOW that some idiot will treat this as a dare

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Lucia believes that the roots of the fears remain similar, although the ways in which they're expressed can change or evolve over time. “Take the fear of the dark, for instance -- a fear that's been around for basically all of human existence. Often, what being afraid of the dark is really about is being afraid of the unknown. We can't see what's lurking outside our little circle of light; it's masked by the darkness. Anything could be out there; it's the not-knowing that scares us,” she explained.

“Then, consider some of the fears associated with the internet--the kinds we see in horror films like Unfriended, The Den, or Cam. Although the medium here is obviously modern--the internet is very young, comparatively speaking!--these fears, too, tap into the fear of the unknown: We don't really know who or what might be hiding behind those screen names. Again, just as it is with the dark, it's the not-knowing that scares us,” Lucia concluded.

#13

Teeth In A Squid Suction Cup

Teeth In A Squid Suction Cup

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Susie Elle
Community Member
2 months ago

No.

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#14

I Went To Dachau Concentration Camp And Felt Almost Like It Didn’t Do Anyone Justice. It Didn’t Seem To Reveal The Extent Of The Horrors Of What Happened There. Until I Saw This. My Heart Was In My Stomach

I Went To Dachau Concentration Camp And Felt Almost Like It Didn’t Do Anyone Justice. It Didn’t Seem To Reveal The Extent Of The Horrors Of What Happened There. Until I Saw This. My Heart Was In My Stomach

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Lizzie Smith
Community Member
2 months ago

Real life horrors are so much more terrifying than fiction

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#15

Baby Owls

Baby Owls

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Rai Grant
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2 months ago

Nah, they still cute lol x

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Bored Panda also spoke with S. Elizabeth, writer and creator of the “Unquiet Things” blog, as well as the author of “The Art of the Occult: A Sourcebook For The Modern Mystic” book. She is particularly interested in horror, the supernatural, and death. “I can tell you that for myself, there’s something cathartic about spending time with scary material, whether it’s a ghost story or a slasher film, etc.,” S. Elizabeth explained her fascination with creepy things.

“You’re engaging with this material from a really passive place, you can experience the threat or menace vicariously--and sure, if it’s particularly well written or well-directed or if the actors and the effects are spectacular, it might become such an immersive experience that for a time you feel like you’re right there in the thick of it.”

#16

Raccoon Hands Reaching Through The Boardwalk

Raccoon Hands Reaching Through The Boardwalk

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Alexia
Community Member
2 months ago

That's actually cute

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#17

Should I Start Digging?

Should I Start Digging?

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WilvanderHeijden
Community Member
2 months ago

The stone clearly says No, but that's just reverse psychology so Yes, start digging.

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#18

Portland Man Found His Tires Slashed, And This Note On His Car

Portland Man Found His Tires Slashed, And This Note On His Car

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Scott Groseman
Community Member
2 months ago

But my name is John.... they guy I bought the car from was named Mark.

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The writer continued: “But you’re not. You can mark your page and close the book when you’ve had enough scares for the night. You can pause the movie and go to sleep. There’s no danger that Michael Myers is going to stab you, that the zombie is going to eat your brains. You’re already the Final Girl.”

Having said that, S. Elizabeth added that “as a woman, I already feel vulnerable in this world, whether I am in a horror movie or not. (And in recent years, it really has been starting to seem more and more like a weird dystopian horror film.) So many of us don’t make it out alive. Horror movies, scary stories, creepy media--I think consuming this type of thing gives us a sense of control in a world that no longer makes any sense,” she explained.

#19

The Mist

The Mist

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Julia Atkinson
Community Member
2 months ago

Straight out of Stephen King

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#20

Reaper

Reaper

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Beck(formerly Becca/Gizmo sq)
Community Member
2 months ago

What a beautiful picture. Seriously i love stuff like this.

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#21

Bunraku Puppet

Bunraku Puppet

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Clarin
Community Member
2 months ago

Me in first picture:"I'm slightly hungry" Me in second picture taken 5 minutes later: "Where's the food?!"

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When asked what is it about certain creepy stories that affect us so profoundly, S. Elizabeth said that “I can point to a lot of elements, but they all boil down to one core piece of the puzzle: that something fundamentally feels very wrong. The stories in which things happen when they shouldn’t, people are somehow where they couldn’t possibly be.”

She gave us some examples: “The television that powers on suddenly, even though it’s unplugged. The face you see just outside your window even though you’re on the third floor. The emails you begin receiving from a friend who died half a year ago. The sibling who goes away on vacation and comes back changed, not themselves. It’s their face, but it’s somehow not them anymore.”

S. Elizabeth said that “this sense of wrongness is made that much troubling and lonely and desperate when you realize you seem to be the only one who notices these uncanny goings-on.” According to her, if a creepy story has any of these elements, it’s bound to have an impact on us and give us a sleepless night or two.

#22

The Face In The Moth

The Face In The Moth

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Katie Lutesinger
Community Member
2 months ago

I see... an angry Samurai!

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#23

The Smile Room

The Smile Room

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Julia Atkinson
Community Member
2 months ago

YOU WILL SMILE

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#24

A Soot Covered Spiderweb

A Soot Covered Spiderweb

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#AnimalLover 2024
Community Member
2 months ago

Reminds me of venom...

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This new research conducted by David Zald shows that people differ in their chemical response to thrilling situations. Dopamine, one of the main hormones released during scary and thrilling activities, depends on each individual. To put it simply, some get more of a kick out of the same amount of dopamine. According to Zald, some brains lack something that he calls “brakes” on the dopamine release and reuptake in the brain. As a result, they will be enjoying more thrilling, scary, and risky situations than the rest.

#25

Old Lady With A Knife Seen On A Doorbell Cam In The Middle Of The Night

Old Lady With A Knife Seen On A Doorbell Cam In The Middle Of The Night

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KJ
Community Member
2 months ago

Thank god for doorbell cameras, dread to think what would have happened if the person opened the door.

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#26

A Rare Mutation Causing The Tentacles On The Octopus To Branch

A Rare Mutation Causing The Tentacles On The Octopus To Branch

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AutisticPat
Community Member
2 months ago

Poor thing!

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#27

Found Out The House We Are Living In Has A Bunker Below. I Managed To Squeeze My Phone In One Of The Cracks Of The Door To Take This Creepy Picture

Found Out The House We Are Living In Has A Bunker Below. I Managed To Squeeze My Phone In One Of The Cracks Of The Door To Take This Creepy Picture

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My O My
Community Member
2 months ago

Time to move

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According to Dr. Margee Kerr, a staff sociologist at ScareHouse, a haunted house in Pittsburgh that takes all year to plan, for anyone to really enjoy scary situations, they must know it’s a safe environment. “It’s all about triggering the amazing fight-or-flight response to experience the flood of adrenaline, endorphins, and dopamine, but in a completely safe space. Haunted houses are great at this—they deliver a startle scare by triggering one of our senses with different sounds, air blasts, and even smells,” she told The Atlantic.

#28

Skull Rock Formation In Indonesia

Skull Rock Formation In Indonesia

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Demi Zwaan
Community Member
2 months ago

It's actually in the Apostle Islands, Lake Superior, Wisconsin, not Indonesia. Wonder why people lie about it.

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#29

My Husband Just Sent Me This... It Was Taken On His Way To Work This Morning

My Husband Just Sent Me This... It Was Taken On His Way To Work This Morning

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Life is ?
Community Member
2 months ago

This is beautiful though like a painting

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#30

The Stairs I Have To Take To Leave Work

The Stairs I Have To Take To Leave Work

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WiTchY_WoMaN
Community Member
2 months ago

Quit

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Moreover, according to Dr. Kerr, “these senses are directly tied to our fear response and activate the physical reaction, but our brain has time to process the fact that these are not “real” threats. Our brain is lightning-fast at processing threat. I’ve seen the process thousands of times from behind the walls in ScareHouse—someone screams and jumps and then immediately starts laughing and smiling. It’s amazing to observe."

#31

This Was Once A Home

This Was Once A Home

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Janus Preez
Community Member
2 months ago

And now its a treehouse

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#32

Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia Pa - Photos Taken By Myself

Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia Pa - Photos Taken By Myself

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Julia Atkinson
Community Member
2 months ago

Was that chair used by a barber or dentist? At least it wasn't connected to the electricity supply

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#33

This Very Accurate Babadook Cosplay

This Very Accurate Babadook Cosplay

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Hotdogking
Community Member
2 months ago

Why did you share this. You have doomed us all!

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Interestingly, Dr.Kerr believes that fear is also something that’s culturally and socially constructed. She suggests that “when we look across time and across the world, we find that people truly can become afraid of anything.” An exemplary case of this phenomenon is Baby Albert.

“The poor child was made deathly afraid of white rabbits in the 1920s before researchers were required to be ethical. So we know that we can learn to fear, and this means our socialization and the society in which we are raised is going to have a lot to do with what we find scary,” Dr. Kerr told The Atlantic.

Other creepy things that many cultures find scary are creatures of different kinds, like semi-human creatures, creatures from an outer world, supernatural monsters, and things that defy the laws of nature in some way.

#34

These Three Cages, That Were Used To Hold The Dismembered Remains Of Opposing Religious Leaders In The Region In 1536, Still Hang On St. Lambert’s Cathedral In Münster, Germany

These Three Cages, That Were Used To Hold The Dismembered Remains Of Opposing Religious Leaders In The Region In 1536, Still Hang On St. Lambert’s Cathedral In Münster, Germany

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ADHORTATOR
Community Member
2 months ago

Built to last

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#35

My Mother Received This Terrifying Letter Which Is Supposedly From A Crazy Cousin She Hasn't Spoken With In Over 20 Years Who Lives In The Mountains Of Hawaii Without Electricity

My Mother Received This Terrifying Letter Which Is Supposedly From A Crazy Cousin She Hasn't Spoken With In Over 20 Years Who Lives In The Mountains Of Hawaii Without Electricity

"Ellen,
We'll be by around 7pm on March 23 to pick up you & yours - pack lite, leave your earthly husk behind. As ever, no fornicators or immigrants need apply. I see you @ 7pm (1900 hrs)
U KNOW WHO"

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Sue Hazlewood
Community Member
2 months ago

Have the police waiting

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#36

Just Bought A House. Found This In The Basement. Sealed Tight

Just Bought A House. Found This In The Basement. Sealed Tight

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Janus Preez
Community Member
2 months ago

Open it!

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#37

It Was So Windy The Other Day It Raised The Dead

It Was So Windy The Other Day It Raised The Dead

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Julia Atkinson
Community Member
2 months ago

Visions of a reanimated corpse scampering through the suburbs

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#38

An Iris Growing Over A Pupil

An Iris Growing Over A Pupil

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Francis
Community Member
2 months ago

how? why? is it really growing or is it a birthdefect? i need answers

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#39

Found This While Walking My Dog In The Woods. Someone Put Alot Of Time Into Making This

Found This While Walking My Dog In The Woods. Someone Put Alot Of Time Into Making This

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Jayne Kyra
Community Member
2 months ago

I hope they don´t leave the candles burning after done with their rituals.

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#40

Scorpion Carrying Her Babies On Her Back

Scorpion Carrying Her Babies On Her Back

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My O My
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2 months ago

Aww caring mommy

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#41

Halloween, Early 1900s

Halloween, Early 1900s

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Julia Atkinson
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2 months ago

Back in the days before Halloween was hijacked by commercialism

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#42

Tarantula Infected With Cordycipitaceae

Tarantula Infected With Cordycipitaceae

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Not Proud British
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2 months ago

If you want a real zombie scare, look this parasitic fungi up. It jumped from plants to animals, so is only one hop away from humans....

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#43

Eyes Reflecting In A Camera Flash At And Elvis Concert

Eyes Reflecting In A Camera Flash At And Elvis Concert

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Julia Atkinson
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2 months ago

I read that as "Elvish concert"

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#44

Please Don't Rip Please Don't Rip Please Don't Rip....

Please Don't Rip Please Don't Rip Please Don't Rip....

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Blake Ingram
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2 months ago

Is anyone going to talk about how her mouth expression makes this more terrifying?

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#45

Voldemort/Quirrell Face Model

Voldemort/Quirrell Face Model

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Alex Boomhower
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2 months ago

thats actually really cool

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#46

Two Wax Department Store Mannequins Melt During A Heat Wave In London, 1929

Two Wax Department Store Mannequins Melt During A Heat Wave In London, 1929

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KJ
Community Member
2 months ago

Monday mood!