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    What about zombie witches?

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    No, no fears of witches or anything supernatural, that I can remember.

    I do remember being bizarrely paranoid of strangers lurking somewhere in the house/breaking into the house, and then coming to get me while I was sleeping. This made me slightly obsessive in that by middle school I'd wander the house prior to bedtime to make sure all of the doors were locked, and would also lock my bedroom door and put a brick in front of it (so that if someone still got through I'd hopefully hear the brick moving? I dunno.. I know, I was weirdly paranoid).
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    No, but I feared Bloody Mary.

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    I didn't fear witches.

    I feared demons/possession and ghosts. Spiritual stuff. Witches, goblins, ghouls, monsters... didn't pay any mind to.

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    I never was afraid of witches in particular. Was always afraid of ghosts. Guess what? I'm 24 years old and still is afraid of ghosts. Not exactly ghosts but horror movies. I am terrified of horror movies. Could it be that I really am or is it simply because I have extremely fast/sensitive reflexes? I tell others (who watch these movies with me) that it is the latter though it probably is the former.

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    Yeah, I'm still afraid of demons and clowns. It doesn't keep me up nights, but I would go out of my way to avoid both. Well, unless it's a 'demon' in urban fantasy or paranormal romance or like Lorne in Angel. And I don't mind Loonette in Big Comfy Couch. I don't watch horror movies. I'm way too chicken. The news is plenty scary enough for me.

    I'm not afraid of stuffed animals anymore, though.
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    What about zombie witch clowns?

    (NSFLife)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    What about zombie witch clowns?

    (NSFLife)
    JC. You have just given me nightmares for the rest of the week. CONGRATS!

    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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    I guess I was disturbed by the variety of witches that liked to eat children. I would've felt that way about any elderly cannibals though. I was more scared of werewolves and vampires. They didn't just kill you, they changed you. Ghosts also scared me, because enough adults believed in them that it seemed more plausible. And not only were they creepy on their own, but the ghost existence seemed horrible. Stuck in a scary location, forever alone, unable to change, exiled from all comfort, shipwrecked in time and space. Fuck Casper the Friendly Ghost, I didn't buy his spin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nijntje View Post
    JC. You have just given me nightmares for the rest of the week. CONGRATS!
    I said it was "not safe for life"! I only provided a link to the URL! I didn't think I needed to put "WARNING TO NIJNTJE: DO NOT CLICK ON THIS LINK".

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