Warning: This entry comes with a video clip that, in context, is the creepiest goddamned thing you’ve ever seen. 

Rodney Alcala is a serial killer who is on death row in San Quentin for murdering five women in the 1970s, but who has subsequently admitted to 30 more murders. He is also under indictment in New York for even moremurders, and is believed to be responsible for an astonishing 130 killings total across the U.S. And he looks like this.

But none of that is the reason he’s on this list. No, Rodney Alcala will be forever remembered for one thing: In the middle of his murderous California rampage, Rodney Alcala was a contestant on The Dating Game. And he won.

5 Real Murderers More Terrifying Than Any Horror Movie

We are spontaneous. And so we’re going to make a Halloween special on Monday.

How spontaneous are you?

Submit your creepiest Halloween photos to @photosworthseeing - and of c(o)urse you will keep it classy. We know you will!

With the immortal words of Horror legend Vincent Price

“It is as much fun to scare as to be scared”

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anonymous asked:

what's the creepiest question someone has asked you?

Creepiest question?  How my brother was doing and used his full name.  How his wedding was.  Oh, it was also creepy when they emailed my mother at work and my brothers wife at work pretending to be me. :)

anonymous asked:

Omfg Magen Calvin is Taylor's creepiest ex not only does he stalk the people on the outs of Taylor but he just followed Ryan Reynolds after Taylor has become BFFs with him and Blake! I'm so over him it's like all he does is think about Taylor in ways of stalking her he is the white Kanye



Creepiest Places on Earth

Aokigahara Forest

Located at the base of Mt. Fuji, Aokigahara is perhaps the most infamous forest in all of Japan. Also known as the Sea of Trees, Suicide Forest, and Japan’s Demon Forest, Aokigahara has been home to over 500 confirmed suicides since the 1950s. Called “the perfect place to die,” Aokigahara is the world’s second most popular place for suicide (the Golden Gate Bridge being the first).

5 of the Creepiest Songs You’ll Hear Today

  1. I’ve Plummed This Whole Neighborhood by: Nurse With Wound- The song opens with a series of screams and moans, occasionally overlapped by a muffled female voice. Just when you think it’ll end, it carries on for nearly five and a half minutes.

  2. Rattlers Echo by: Hair Police- What starts off sounding like a factory warning bell  gradually picks up the sounds of something similar to radio static, computer-like noises, and screams of anguish. (Skip to 5:00 on the video for the screaming to start; the first five minutes are just the bell and static sounds.)

  3. Coward by: Swans- The singer’s voice is just plain ghastly and slightly haunting. There’s really no other way to describe it. I’d say it’s relaxing, but the heavy background music tends to ruin that.

  4. Faaip De Oiad by: Tool- It sounds like there’s a lot going on in this song, between the staticy, electronic noises and the extremely frantic phone call of a man rambling about Area 51.

  5. Slug Bait by: Throbbing Gristle- Possibly the most disturbing, graphic, and absolutely horrifying song I have ever heard. The first-person account of an unspeakable crime. If this doesn’t make the hairs on your neck stand up, then I’m not sure what will.

For the full list of songs: [x]


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“Your mum has never met a girl like me.”

Today’s ‪#‎creepiest‬ thing is not part of our holdings, but archivists might scream when they see them!

This house centipede was found by our Preservation Programs staff  in their work area. House centipedes are not a direct threat to archival collections, but can signal a larger problem since they eat other insects.

These bugs also alarm staff because they resemble silverfish. Archivists find silverfish terrifying–those insects will eat away paper if their presence is not detected and promptly ended.

So why do we have a scary bug in a bag? Insects found in our work and records storage spaces are identified and logged as part of our efforts to monitor insect activity and prevent infestations.

What bugs are you scared of?!