Oh dear, this is a long list.
Dolls- I don't mind stuffed animals, but any sort of doll, especially with blinking eyes, scares me to the point that I can't be in the same room as
them. When I was younger, me and my sister shared a room, and all night I would stare at of her dolls waiting for them to move on their own so I could
throw it out of the _ I still can't sleep with them nearby.
Laying down with earplugs/earphones- I hate this because I wouldn't be able to hear if someone else comes in, and wouldn't be able to protect myself
if I needed to.
Alone in a big house at night- Every sound becomes something out of a horror movie in this situation.
Mirrors- I have to cover them or try my hardest to look away. Not only am I afraid of what I'll see in them, but also I feel like my reflection just
stays where it was even though I would be nowhere near the mirror. Irrational, especially since it never happened.
Crowds- This is probably an a part of my fear of people in general. It's not so bad that I stay at home all day but I don't exactly like it either.
Windy nights- I live across a farm where there are only trees and donkeys. On starless, windy nights, with the trees moving in all those directions, I
have no choice but to turn every light on and try to distract myself.
Hospitals- I'm not afraid of catching some sickness from them, but I rather just hate the feel of them. It's hard to describe but I just don't like
The squeaky sound from chalkboards, styrofoam, etc.- I fear this sound because kids used to taunt me by making that accursed sound since it hurt my
ears back then. Now it doesn't hurt but I still hate that sound.
The list goes on and on.
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