ghost ring

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So my friend bought a bone ring in Denmark from a guy who said it was good luck. He’s been sleeping with it for a few nights and has been having stressful dreams. Last night he had a dream he was being attacked in his room by an unknown entity. As he tries to crawl away, the entity stomps on his hand. He wakes up because of the pain and the ring has snapped in half.
Can anyone tell me what the symbols are? I’ve been searching for hours and as far as I know they’re not Scandinavian runes.
We also don’t know if it’s actual human bone…

@sixpenceee

YOU KNOW WHAT REALLY GETS ME ABOUT KARL URBAN????

THE FACT THAT HE PLAYS REALLY

MACHO

SNARLING

KILLING-MACHINE

WARRIOR

MEN

WHO SOMETIME DURING THE SCREENING SUDDENLY FLIP AND TURN INTO

FUCKING

ADORABLE

DISNEY-EYED

*seriously in Bourne, he had to wear glasses most of the time he’s so cute*

INNOCENT

PUPPIES

AND IT MAKES ME CONFLICTED

LIKE

YOU PLANET-SLAUGHTERING, ASSASSINATING WARMUNGERING BASTARD but go my cute fuzzy creature, you have done nothing wrong, I love you and if anyone DARES harm you I will BACKHAND THEM WITH MJOLNIR

Seriously though this is why Judge Dredd never takes off his helmet.

AM THE - 

AWWW

In celebration of Halloween, I’ve compiled a list of horror films from several different sub-genres along with links to their respective IMDB pages. Please note that the films listed below may contain scenes that some find triggering, disturbing, or upsetting; if you have any concerns over a film’s content, I highly encourage you to research it prior to watching in order to make as informed a choice as possible. 

PSYCHOLOGICAL HORROR: films that inspire fear and tension by creating an unsettling atmosphere.

FEMALE-CENTRIC FILMS: horror movies featuring women in starring roles outside of the “final girl” trope.

GRAPHIC HORROR: films containing depictions of extreme acts, like heavy violence, body horror, and gore. Not recommended for those offended or disturbed by explicit, potentially-upsetting media.

HORROR ANTHOLOGIES: also known as “portmanteau films”, these movies contain multiple short segments that are sometimes connected by a main plot.

THRILLERS: scary stories with a suspenseful plot.

MOVIE MONSTERS: horror films starring a variety of creatures, from vampires and werewolves to Lovecraft monsters and evil clowns.

HORROR CLASSICS: definitive movies from the pre-1970’s horror era.

SUPERNATURAL HORROR: all things paranormal, ghosts and ghouls.

OCCULT AND POSSESSION: movies with rituals, demons, and possessed souls.

ZOMBIES: a category encompassing everything from Romero’s undead to the living infected.

FOUND FOOTAGE: movies comprised of camera footage filmed by hapless characters.

HAVE FUN WATCHING, AND HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

Don’t leave me here alone. Don’t go where I can’t follow.


so @watson-sighs-and-tuts made this gifset and the tags are everything I need in season 3