The internet can be a pretty scaring place. One wrong word, one wrong button and you can end up on a page that traumatizes you forever.
We’re here to save you from such a tragic experience. Here’s a list of 15 things you should never look up on the internet.
15. Puzzle Video
the Puzzle Video is a video that shows a man in a cloak, a mask, and a long pointy nose as he walks around a mental hospital. It’s already scary just looking at him, but the Morse codes and hidden messages in the video make it worse. These messages spell out the end of the world and imply potentially killing the president.
14. Reborn Dolls
RebornBabies.co.za says a Reborn doll is a Real Baby Replica, where computer photometric scans of a real newborn baby are used to create a doll. This is meant for women who give birth to stillborn babies as a means of dressing up their dead fetuses for a photograph.
13. The Anneliese Michel Exorcism
This site is dedicated to the real-life exorcism of Anneliese Michel, contain evidence including an actual audio clip of Michel screaming during the exorcist. Michel’s incidence became the inspiration for the chilling film of a young her undergoing a similar situation, titled “The Exorcism of Emily Rose.”
12. The 4Chan Serial Killer
A couple of years ago, an anonymous individual named “4Chan” started to confess that he had killed “several women for pleasure” and asked others to guess who, claiming that upon correctly answering, he would post the picture of the victim. Surely enough, he eventually uploaded pictures of a woman that was killed, with her killer never being caught.
The user wrote “I have killed several women for pleasure. If you can guess a name I will upload a picture. If you can guess a name of any of these women I will upload their photo. No more than ten names per post. Any more than that will be ignored. Some are Polaroids and others were taken with a disposable camera. I also have pictures of them before death when I was able to do so. If you guess all of the names I will show you where I dumped a body in 1999. The first one is free as her name is unlikely to be guessed.”
11. Cannibal Holocaust
Cannibal Holocaust is one of the most controversial horror films of all time, revolving around a group’s disastrous expedition to the Amazon Basin through a showing of the footage that was recovered by a rescue crew. The “footage” appeared so realistic that some people actually believed it was.
10. Post Mortem Photography
Post-mortem photography, also known as “memento mori” (which is Latin for “remember that you will die”) involved taking pictures of the deceased as if they are alive. Photographer propped the deceased people up making them appear alive even though they lifeless, cold and very much dead.
9. Creepy Pasta
The following site CreepyPasta will definitely leave you with some PTSD. The site includes a bunch of material, ranging from the Russian Sleep Experiment to Urban Legends and Chilling Tales for Dark Nights.
8. Unusual Deaths
Unusual Death is a website that displays exactly what it is titled, opening up your mind to that death, although being a part of life, can happen at any moment and time.
7. World Births and Deaths
World Births and Deaths contains world map showing all the current births and deaths occurring at every moment. The site is interacting and very dynamic, exposing you to the constant start and end to life and the changing population of different areas of the world.
6. The Original Night Stalker
“The Original Night Stalker” was a serial murderer who remains out there and unidentified. Word on the street is he murdered 12 people in southern California and raped 50 women from the late ’70s through to the ’80s. 40 years later and about 175 crimes later, and the FBI is still looking,
5. The Clock Spider
A series of pictures were passed around certain forms in the past. The first picture shows a normal wall clock with some things poking out the side, in the next picture the photographer took the clock off the wall and it was shown that the things were the tips of spiders’ legs and the spider was about the size of a clock which must have been covering its entire body. It’s not quite certain whether or not it’s real or not, but it seems to be possible. I know there is a spider out there as big as a dinner plate called the huntsman spider number.
4. Coconut Crab
You like crab, it doesn’t sound too bad right? Wrong! This clawed coconut crushing crustacean will haunt your dreams forever. Although I will admit it before doing this video I had reoccurring dreams over the course of four hours waking up about five times of Michael Myers in my house and in my dream, he was an expert knife thrower he killed me from across the street from my bedroom window. More like Michael Ninja Myers.
3. Your Symptoms
One thing that you should never google because it is true your symptoms if you think you are seriously ill you should just go see a doctor. Just try to tell Google you have a headache in a certain spot or that your chest hurts or maybe you have these marks on your skin, it’ll just tell you that you’re going to die of a disease or cancer. It’s not really helpful nor comforting Google will always say you’re going to die.
2. 2 Kids 1 Sandbox
From the thought of this, you might relate it to kids having fun and enjoying themselves inside a sandbox. The fact is the phrase “kids in the sandbox” is just a cover-up for a sexual and very explicit video site. This is going to shock you and scare you at the same time. The search will lead to a site where a woman is playing with a replica of a man’s Johnson then out of nowhere the woman pins it to the man’s Johnson. This site should never be watched by anybody no matter what their age is, as it is disgusting and inhumane.
1. Nikki Catsouras
This is about an accident that happened in October of the 18 years old girl who was staying in the Lake Forest of California. She lost control over her father’s vehicle and an accident occurred, her name was Nikki Catsouras. Both the car and driver were injured severely, the accident was so disturbing that even the parents were not called to view the body. But two of the officers who were on the California Highway Patrol during that day took pictures of the incidents and shared it online. The parents tried to get rid of the pictures but their efforts were of no use.