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No. 49

I have to keep my bathroom door closed at all times because I'm afraid ghosts might come out of the mirror when the bathroom is dark.

No.50

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they've already come out don't worry

No.51

>>49
i'm the same way with my closet. can't be open a crack or the boogeyman will get me

No.52

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I remember having this sensation of terror once trying to leave my room one lonely night. As I was reaching for the doorhandle suddenly my hand jerked back as if electrocuted (wasn't a static discharge on the door handle) and this image of a heavily cloaked being on the other side of the door flashed into my head. That was many years ago, when I was borderline-halluncinating out of stress and depression and drawing a lot of what I saw…

…Now I'm reading overviews about what Carl Jung used to experience and I feel I can relate a LOT to what he experienced. It's very fucking strange. I have yet to read any of his books, but I'm going to start simple and then get into his blacks and finally Red books. Very mysterious stuff.

No.61

>>49
Why not just put a nightlight in your bathroom?
I hate having the bathroom door closed, because then I don't know if anyone's using it or not.

No.62

growing up i couldn't sleep knowing the bathroom door was open down the hall. i had an irrational fear of the toilet unattaching itself from the floor and coming to eat me

No.82

I can't browse /x/ or think of aliens at night, or else I get afraid of the dark.

No.83

>>49
When I was a kid, I'd imagine aliens were about to attack, whenever a plane passed in the night.
>>62
I always stay far away from floor vacuums, moving bikes behind me, escalators, Etc.
The image of a person being flattened will forever be ingrained in my mind.
>>82
I never watch horror movies.

No.261

For a while (maybe a couple years or so) when I was a kid, I half expected to see a dead body on the toilet any time I walked into the bathroom. Never figured out why.

>>50
Also stuff like your pic is exactly why I keep my blinds drawn 24/7.

No.263

>>49
I recently got over my fear of the dark as an adult, taking my dog on walks in the nearby woods after dark. I forgot to bring a flashlight once, and made my way around with moonlight, and since then I've been taking him out without a flashlight on all but the darkest nights.

We surprised a raccoon like that yesterday, so I'm pretty pleased with myself.

No.275

>>50
The window and furniture in my room is positioned in the same places, and I'm seeing this from my phone while half naked. Ahahaha, what a coinkydink.

No.276

>>83

I live out in the boonies right? Rural Missouri, twenty minute drive from town.

Its a cloudy night, kinda wet, had been raining all day and theres a slight chill in the wet ozoney air. I'm standing out in the long driveway by the backyard and I look up in the sky and theres probably seven or eight lights. I immidiately freeze up – they didn't look natural and I think to myself 'shit, this is it. this is my interaction with them.'

They were yellow, and it had only been a few seconds of me seeing them – they seemed to move organically, naturally as they flickered out one by one. Then i see the form behind it.

Its fucking airplane, a military one. We don't live too far away from an airbase and I'm a fucking retard. I go inside and eat ice cream.

No.277

>>276
replying to myself because i forgot to add it – they were deploying flares

No.278

I have OCD when it comes to doors. I don't worry about ghosts but I do get a very uneasy feeling of paranoia when a door is open around me.

No.279

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>>51
I have frosted glass doors, so even if I close them I vividly see-imagine the ghost standing behind it. The only way I can relax and sleep is to pull the covers over my head and face the wall.

I had none of these fears when I was a kid. Is it stress?

No.280

>>276
>>277
Realizing the source of what you were scared of always gives me a good laugh. Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night and jump out of bed because I think there are bugs/bees in my bed. Once I calm down (usually 20 minutes), I just shake my head and laugh a bit.

No.314

Ironically, I stare at myself in my bathroom mirror in the dark. I tend to feel a source of power as I watch my face shapeshift into something unrecognizable.



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