posted on Jul, 18 2005 @ 07:00 AM
You missed "being shot at point blank range and being left there until he became concious again".
I've seen a lot of really scary pictures on the net, of supposed ghosts, and just scary pictures humans make, but I think the only picture that was
rumored to be the face of an actual demon was in one of those "scary pop-ups", those flash movies that appear to be something else and then end up
being a screaming face popping up and taking up the whole screen out of nowhere, misc horrific images, etc. Needless to say, I have some real
pranksters for friends and I have been subjected to over a dozen of these things, but to a lesser extent, they never phased me that much except one I
saw. It was supposedly the actual face of a demon. It was timed so perfectly and almost had some sort of mind-control over the person that watched it,
that you would always lean in to turn up the volumn just as it popped out of nowhere at your face. Anyway this story is getting overly long... but
when I saw that, it was the first time that I actually verbally expressed fear and had a physical response. I actually let out an "AHHHH!" and stood
up, before blindly scrambling to close the site without looking at the face. Normally I handle fear well, but this thing had me sitting there shaking
for almost an hour. I was seriously afraid to look in any monitor or mirror for a week, and sometimes I still get occasionally paranoid that something
is going to pop up, just when I'm typing like this even. The weirdest thing was that my hard drive crashed about 20 minutes after I looked at the
picture. It started to make a loud saw-like noise, and then I could hear it seize up, and the whole computer froze. I had my virus scan running when i
looked at the 'demon' thing, so it didn't cause it as far as software etc goes, but it was just a very odd thing on top of it all.
I used to have a link to it somewhere, but I'm not sure exactly where I saved the link any more or if the site would even be up. I don't really want
to purposefully subject anyone to something like that though, anyway.