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    Witches no, but my various paranormal experiences as a child sure spooked me. I also had an irrational fear of bigfoot, that got worse whenever I visited my family in Montana. :P
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    oppps double post.
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    The Bunyip

    It was the Bunyip, a strange large threatening creature of the never ending Australian Bush, lurking just out of the firelight, ready to devour naughty children.

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    Witches? No. I always wanted to be one, until I discovered that actual witchcraft was really quite ordinary. Then it lost its appeal completely. I feared poltergeists.

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    Witches did not scare me. I think I've always felt I could overpower a witch.


    Little demons lurking in the shadows... waiting to slice open my achilles tendon D:




    But I'm with you on the paradigm shift. People are new-agey. I find suspicion of higher institutional conspiracy particularly irksome.

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    Yes, i was terrified of witches. I would sleep with my head under the covers so the witches couldn't get me while i was sleeping.
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    Was never afraid of witches, per se, but my god did this movie scare this shit out of me when I was a kid.



    Even the book itself was pretty horrifying. I guess the moral of the story is that I'm down with witches, but Roald Dahl? Not so much.
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    <3 Roald Dahl

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    It didn't occur to me to be afraid of witches when I was little. When I was a little older I was taught they could be real and exercise power, but not over Christians. I don't necessarily believe Christians are immune anymore, but I don't think undeserved curses 'come to rest' as the Proverbs say and I try to make it a point to 'harm no one.' I generally like Wiccans and relate to them better than my coreligionists. So, whatever that all means.

    Of things that go bump in the night, I was afraid to show favoritism to particular stuffed animals -- I did not want any of them to feel the need to avenge the slight should they come to life.

    I didn't think of clowns just out of nowhere, but they have scared me since I was little. When I was four my mom took me to the circus and one got me in the eye with a squirt gun. Then, when I was ten or eleven, my friend's mom took a bunch of us to see Poltergeist and that just made it a hundred times worse.
    “There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.”
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    only zombies.

    Terrible things happen to good people every day.
    Consequentially, I am not one of the good people.
    I am one of the terrible things.
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