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    Default The scariest thing you have ever seen in your life or experienced.

    The scariest thing I have ever seen in my life was Paranormal Activity because it was so unatural and so realistic, I was paranoid for 2 days because of that movie and I found it hard to sleep. So people tell me the scariest thing you have ever seen!
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    When my friend got stabbed in a fight.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by djhappy View Post
    When my friend got stabbed in a fight.....
    That's pretty bad , I am not entirely sure what's the scariest thing I've ever seen was probably.....ummm........hmmm...... Can't really remember, maybe when o was younger and I saw a wolf outside our house, I really like wolves and coyotes now

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    When I was little, probably 4-5 years old, I still remember that very night...when my mom, dad, grandma, Uncle and Aunty accidentally went passed my long Uncle's place to go across to my other Gran's place. They got into a fight with us coz they were DRUNK like hell. Mum told me to stay inside the jeep/car... I didn't wanto.

    Then one of the guys went inside the vehicle and tried to hurt my mom >_< and I saw a needle on the floor and hacked it straight on that guy's ass to scare him off. It did work though.

    Rest of the evening I don't remember but all of us got bruises and shizz.


    The other time was, I was in Junior High and I had enough of this bully hurting me so I fought him. I did manage to punch and kick him to bruise him. Then I fell on the cement and he slashed my face. I had a cut on my right eyelid that day. It stang for like weeks. Glad we sorted out and became friends after that.


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    When my friend got stabbed in a fight.....
    Crap, that's scary ;-; nya~
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    Witnessed a car crash. Brother almost got ran over. It was during a high speed chase that involved a shooting. It was pretty stunning.

    That's all I can think of. Nothing really that scary. I'm not a connoisseur of scary movies or games or the like but I like reading Creepypasta. None of it has really scared me. Scary games though? I've never even given thought to playing games like Amnesia or Penumbra. I always feel paranoid in games like that where you have no weapon and your only option is to run instead of defend yourself.

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    Seeing someone have a seizure on a train. That was... disturbing.

    A minor one happened this morning, when my iPhone just spazzed out all of a sudden and the screen turned to static until it just faded away into black then started flashing, while it was vibrating non-stop. It didn't stop for five minutes. It scared the living hell out of me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flame Mistress View Post
    A minor one happened this morning, when my iPhone just spazzed out all of a sudden and the screen turned to static until it just faded away into black then started flashing, while it was vibrating non-stop. It didn't stop for five minutes. It scared the living hell out of me.
    It's quite clearly possessed by a spirit, warning you of troubles to come. O, sacred iPhone.

    Scary stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Eleventh View Post
    It's quite clearly possessed by a spirit, warning you of troubles to come. O, sacred iPhone.

    Scary stuff.
    Either that, or it was struck down by the sheer awesomeness of a certain official website of a certain video game.

    I don't know why, but glitches and errors always freak me out. Even Blue Screens of Death make my heart go doubly fast.

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    9/11 was pretty scary when I was in 5th grade. Second would be the Rake, if it was real. (Not the garden tool rake, lol)
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    Quote Originally Posted by latiamy View Post
    9/11 was pretty scary when I was in 5th grade. Second would be the Rake, if it was real. (Not the garden tool rake, lol)
    I was only 18 months old when it happened, but I remember seeing some of the footage on the news and I just thought "Why do big people hurt each other?" Seeing that through a baby's eyes traumatised me. The rake freaks me out too.
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    Watching the heart monitor of a patient who was dying during my apprenticeship on cardiology. I didn't see her die in front of me, but saw her die on the monitor.
    It was basically, an extremely irregular beat, it didn't even look like a heartbeat but more like the heart was spasming. And a pulse over 250. Then the pulse dropped from 250 to 30. Then there was a straight line with some peaks now and then when the heart tried to do its work but just couldn't and then just a flat line without pulse.

    So yeah, it was quite scary. All the alarm bells going off and one of the doctors, his assistant and a bunch of nurses rushing in the room didn't really help.

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    Gosh, I don't know... either my dead hamster sprawled out on the bottom of the cage, the remains of a house fire, 9/11, or paramedics lifting my friend's (unconscious?) mother onto a stretcher after a roll-over accident when I was twelve. Though it might've been when I got my head cut open, and I saw a lot of blood on my hand.

    I consider myself rather lucky for not having seen a lot of scary things... or at least remembering any scary things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drake Pokétrainer View Post
    Watching the heart monitor of a patient who was dying during my apprenticeship on cardiology. I didn't see her die in front of me, but saw her die on the monitor.
    It was basically, an extremely irregular beat, it didn't even look like a heartbeat but more like the heart was spasming. And a pulse over 250. Then the pulse dropped from 250 to 30. Then there was a straight line with some peaks now and then when the heart tried to do its work but just couldn't and then just a flat line without pulse.

    So yeah, it was quite scary. All the alarm bells going off and one of the doctors, his assistant and a bunch of nurses rushing in the room didn't really help.
    I haven't had a patient code on me yet (thankfully) but I imagine it's pretty frightening, especially the first time. I've had to do post-mortem care on a few people (I work in oncology and my floor also has the hospital's hospice suites so it's inevitable) but I haven't witnessed someone die. Caring for the body afterwards is... Strange. Not scary or even creepy... It's just weird.

    For the most part, my life has been pretty uneventful as far as scary things go. I'd have to say the scariest thing that I've ever seen would be the world tumbling on the other side of the windshield when I rolled my car. So far, that has been the most terrifying thing I've ever experienced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesky Persian View Post
    I haven't had a patient code on me yet (thankfully) but I imagine it's pretty frightening, especially the first time. I've had to do post-mortem care on a few people (I work in oncology and my floor also has the hospital's hospice suites so it's inevitable) but I haven't witnessed someone die. Caring for the body afterwards is... Strange. Not scary or even creepy... It's just weird.

    For the most part, my life has been pretty uneventful as far as scary things go. I'd have to say the scariest thing that I've ever seen would be the world tumbling on the other side of the windshield when I rolled my car. So far, that has been the most terrifying thing I've ever experienced.
    I have to agree that the dead aren't scary, but just strange. During my first apprenticeship I already asked if I could go to the morgue if someone had to be there, to get used to it since you get confronted with death now and then in a hospital. I also helped moving a body, like, moving it from the hospital bed on the stretcher of the funeral director, closing the body bag and moving it in the car. It wasn't gross or scary, just weird. Same with the other bodies on a row, lying in their bed like they were sleeping, but it still looks different, especially the face and hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drake Pokétrainer View Post
    Watching the heart monitor of a patient who was dying during my apprenticeship on cardiology. I didn't see her die in front of me, but saw her die on the monitor.
    It was basically, an extremely irregular beat, it didn't even look like a heartbeat but more like the heart was spasming. And a pulse over 250. Then the pulse dropped from 250 to 30. Then there was a straight line with some peaks now and then when the heart tried to do its work but just couldn't and then just a flat line without pulse.

    So yeah, it was quite scary. All the alarm bells going off and one of the doctors, his assistant and a bunch of nurses rushing in the room didn't really help.
    That would have been terrifying.
    What I find scary, isn't much, but the one thing that did shake me up is when I was at work, massaging an older madam. Her body felt like nothing but adipose and connective tissue. It was so unnerving to think that I'll feel like that one day, I'll get old and weak and frail, and unable to do things myself.

    I'm more afraid of getting old then I am of dying.

    As well as, not so much what you see, but do you know when you're going up the stairs in the dark, and you think there's one more step, but there's not, and your foot feels for the ground, andnothing is there? For that half a second, you feel the weirdest twinge of fear and uncertainty. I quite like it.

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    When one of my friends was beaten so badly, his head cracked a little.

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    A lot of Japanese cartoons...

    Wow, what I just said sounds like nothing when compared to what's been said above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ParaChomp View Post
    A lot of Japanese cartoons...
    xD

    I'm sorry, it's just......x'D
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    Quote Originally Posted by TeamRocketGrunt View Post
    xD

    I'm sorry, it's just......x'D
    The saddest part is the fact that I'm being serious.

    Okay, let's try this again. I've been hit by a car before...but I never saw it coming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ParaChomp View Post
    The saddest part is the fact that I'm being serious.
    I know. It was just funny to see that post. I know exactly what you're talking about, too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ParaChomp View Post
    The saddest part is the fact that I'm being serious.

    Okay, let's try this again. I've been hit by a car before...but I never saw it coming.
    I have also been hit by a car...on a pedestrian crossing. lesson: don't jaywalk in heavy traffic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacobthepokemonfreak View Post
    I have also been hit by a car...on a pedestrian crossing. lesson: don't jaywalk in heavy traffic.

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    I can't remember anything super-traumatic I've seen in my everyday life, but watching the crash footage of the Georgian luger who was killed the day before the Vancouver Olympics was pretty horrifying.

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