posted on Dec, 26 2021 @ 03:38 PM
Apparently when I was a toddler, I was scared stiff of The Incredible Hulk. My mom said I would beg and beg and beg to watch it, and as soon as the
transformation started, I would freak out.
Another one that got me was when I was about 5, my friend and I watched the episode of The Twilight Zone with William Shatner with the thing on the
airplane wing. When he pulled the curtain back from the window and it had its face pressed up against the glass, we both screamed! It wasn't something
that traumatized us though. It was the right level of scare. It sure brought mom running into the room.
Another one that got me was The Blob. I figured out that I could watch TV through the keyhole of my bedroom door after I was supposed to be in bed if
I was super careful and quiet, and my folks would watch sci-fi and horror movies some nights. I started watching The Blob one night (again I was about
5 or 6). I got as far as it oozing over the guy's arm and noped on out of there. Thing was that the thought of the blob so freaked me out that I was
traumatized for months afterward, and I couldn't even talk about it because if I did, then my parents would know I was watching movies I shouldn't be
after I was supposed to be asleep. So I had to suffer through my terror all alone. I still remember lying stock still in bed sure that blob was oozing
up under my blankets at night ...
edit on 26-12-2021 by ketsuko because: (no reason given)