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alzheimers. it took my grandmother. Not only her life but so much more. So yeah, disease.

 

 

and ouija boards. dont ever f*** with them. never will. or anything like that. 

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OK, I'm fully ready for the ridicule...But for me, it's ghost stuff.

 

I can deal with a lot of horror. Gore, blood, jump scares, etc. I'm good with all genres of horror movies, and even some ghost related films. The paranormal activity stuff is fine, because for some reason it felt more fake to me. But actual haunted places...no way in the world, nope. I'm the biggest wimp when it comes to that stuff. Blankets pulled up to face, sleeping with a light on...I'm a total wuss, can't deal. 

 

When we were shooting the mocap the topic of ghosts came up because Kane does that Hollywood Ghost Hunter show. He started telling a story about one of the locations, and I nope'd out of the convo. He asked why and I told him I don't fuck with ghost stuff. So of course, Kane being Kane says, "Oh man, you gotta come on the show then, it'll be GREAT!"

 

Yeaaaaah..No.

 

-W

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OK, I'm fully ready for the ridicule...But for me, it's ghost stuff.

 

I can deal with a lot of horror. Gore, blood, jump scares, etc. I'm good with all genres of horror movies, and even some ghost related films. The paranormal activity stuff is fine, because for some reason it felt more fake to me. But actual haunted places...no way in the world, nope. I'm the biggest wimp when it comes to that stuff. Blankets pulled up to face, sleeping with a light on...I'm a total wuss, can't deal. 

 

When we were shooting the mocap the topic of ghosts came up because Kane does that Hollywood Ghost Hunter show. He started telling a story about one of the locations, and I nope'd out of the convo. He asked why and I told him I don't fuck with ghost stuff. So of course, Kane being Kane says, "Oh man, you gotta come on the show then, it'll be GREAT!"

 

Yeaaaaah..No.

 

-W

 

 

you gotta do the show! the westache fears nothing. that show is awesome. besides you got jason on your side!

 

have you ever had an encounter or experience?

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Im with wes i actually like the paranormal movies but any real life ghost stuff happening id be straight out the door

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I'm actually monophobic (fear of being alone). Whenever I'm alone in an area, I get super paranoid, turning on every light before I enter a room, checking the back seat of my car constantly, and jumping at any noises.

It all stems from when I was first left home alone. I was around 5 and my dad told me he was leaving and if I needed something to talk to my sister. However, he was actually going to pick up my sister from swim practice, meaning I was all alone. About 10 minutes after he left, I started getting hungry and called out to my sister. She didn't respond, so I walked down the long hall way that separated my room from her's. Opening the door, I found myself gazing into a dark room with no one inside. I assumed something bad happened to her... which meant something bad might happen to me and I had no one to help me. Needless to say, I ran back to my room and cried in the corner until my dad came back. Ever since then, I get jumpy whenever I'm alone... still doesn't stop me from watching horror movies or playing horror games first thing whenever I'm alone though.

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I'm actually monophobic (fear of being alone). Whenever I'm alone in an area, I get super paranoid, turning on every light before I enter a room, checking the back seat of my car constantly, and jumping at any noises.

It all stems from when I was first left home alone. I was around 5 and my dad told me he was leaving and if I needed something to talk to my sister. However, he was actually going to pick up my sister from swim practice, meaning I was all alone. About 10 minutes after he left, I started getting hungry and called out to my sister. She didn't respond, so I walked down the long hall way that separated my room from her's. Opening the door, I found myself gazing into a dark room with no one inside. I assumed something bad happened to her... which meant something bad might happen to me and I had no one to help me. Needless to say, I ran back to my room and cried in the corner until my dad came back. Ever since then, I get jumpy whenever I'm alone... still doesn't stop me from watching horror movies or playing horror games first thing whenever I'm alone though.

 

Understandable.

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I saw Jaws at the theater when I was 3 ... yeah ... I had " those " parents  .... so Sharks and Gators/Crocs . Pretty much anything that is going to eat me , because I can't swim fast enough .  Being in the water still creeps me at 42 years old . Good job mom and dad ....

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Nyctophobia. The fear of Darkness and Dark Places. honestly, all you gotta do to scare me is to turn the lights off, simple as that.

Okay, i probably won't scream the second the lights go out. but i really don't take long periods in the dark very well, much less in complete darkness.

 

but otherwise, i'm hardly scared.

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Aging is something that's a fear of mine as well. It's not even the inevitably of dying later in life, just spending your later years old and frail and lacking energy. To me it's depressing to think if you live to be in your 90s and beyond how your body slows down and becomes so frail.

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you gotta do the show! the westache fears nothing. that show is awesome. besides you got jason on your side!

 

have you ever had an encounter or experience?

 

No...I mean as a kid, one of the houses I grew up in had some hard to explain occurrences. There were things that happened that, at the time were hard or illogical to assume it was a person. For example, really loud bang sounds, like someone picking up a couch and dropping it. That was upstairs, when the entire family were sitting downstairs, together. We all just looked at each other, like WTF? And my mom was sitting in the kitchen one day, kids at school, dad at work. She heard someone run up the stairs from the basement, through the living room, then up to the second floor. She started getting up from the island in the kitchen when she heard footsteps up the basement stairs. As she came around the corner, from the kitchen where she could see the living room stairs, she saw "a figure" round the top of the stairs. She thought it was my dad, so she called his name. Nothing. So she went up stairs asking what he was doing home from work. Nothing. No one. She slowly moved back downstairs and called my father, who was still at work. He told her to stay outside until he got home. He went in and checked every room/closet. Nada. Eerie as crap. -- But a bunch of odd, hard to explain stuff like that. Mostly sounds, that were much louder than "house settling" sounds.

 

-W

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and ouija boards. dont ever f*** with them. never will. or anything like that. 

 

Ouija boards are actually messed up. People have different beliefs across the board, but the thing that brings people together on an issue, whether they like to play with them or not, is that something is up with them. Try proving to the other person in a 2-man encounter that you're not moving it by lifting all of yours fingers high except the two index, and watch their eyebrows raise.

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I saw Jaws at the theater when I was 3 ... yeah ... I had " those " parents  .... so Sharks and Gators/Crocs . Pretty much anything that is going to eat me , because I can't swim fast enough .  Being in the water still creeps me at 42 years old . Good job mom and dad ....

 

I didn't exactly have "those" dads but I did watch my fair share of gory movies as a kid. They made me invulnerable to all kinds of gory stuff, though. Nowadays, I see that JAWS was just a dumb puppet with an engine that barely even worked.

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Being a parent.

Seriously.

My only fear, as I've had a pretty up and down life with everything from partying with rock stars to flatlining in the hospital, nothing strikes fear into my heart like the notion of having a child. My father left when I was but a wee little lad, so I have this fear of being anything like that. 

It doesn't help that I have some health issues that could eventually take me away from that family if I had it, so that fear is truly being a father that isn't there for his child.

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Being a parent.

 

Seriously.

 

My only fear, as I've had a pretty up and down life with everything from partying with rock stars to flatlining in the hospital, nothing strikes fear into my heart like the notion of having a child. My father left when I was but a wee little lad, so I have this fear of being anything like that. 

 

It doesn't help that I have some health issues that could eventually take me away from that family if I had it, so that fear is truly being a father that isn't there for his child.

 

RESPECT. AND AGREED. AND I AM A PARENT. SO I UNDERSTAND.

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Nyctophobia. The fear of Darkness and Dark Places. honestly, all you gotta do to scare me is to turn the lights off, simple as that.

Okay, i probably won't scream the second the lights go out. but i really don't take long periods in the dark very well, much less in complete darkness.

 

but otherwise, i'm hardly scared.

 

I totally understand this, hate the dark, and I put it down to my brother forcing me as a little kid to say Candyman 5 times in a mirror and then using a coat hanger as a makeshift hook hand and scratching at the bedroom door in the middle of the night.

 

The irony is, I can't fall asleep unless it's pitch black - DILEMMA

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I wonder why fear of the dark is so common? Maybe it's related to the fear of the unknown, given how we don't know what sometimes lurks within the darkness? Hmmm... Gonna check the closet right now, just to make sure the Cookie Monster isn't there.

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I am afraid of getting cut very slowly, hights , the deep ocean, big spiders, being chased buy a killer, weird noises, being burned alive, someone watching me as I sleep, getting caught having sex, getting caught watching porn, and finding out that I ate a person.

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No...I mean as a kid, one of the houses I grew up in had some hard to explain occurrences. There were things that happened that, at the time were hard or illogical to assume it was a person. For example, really loud bang sounds, like someone picking up a couch and dropping it. That was upstairs, when the entire family were sitting downstairs, together. We all just looked at each other, like WTF? And my mom was sitting in the kitchen one day, kids at school, dad at work. She heard someone run up the stairs from the basement, through the living room, then up to the second floor. She started getting up from the island in the kitchen when she heard footsteps up the basement stairs. As she came around the corner, from the kitchen where she could see the living room stairs, she saw "a figure" round the top of the stairs. She thought it was my dad, so she called his name. Nothing. So she went up stairs asking what he was doing home from work. Nothing. No one. She slowly moved back downstairs and called my father, who was still at work. He told her to stay outside until he got home. He went in and checked every room/closet. Nada. Eerie as crap. -- But a bunch of odd, hard to explain stuff like that. Mostly sounds, that were much louder than "house settling" sounds.

 

-W

The only time something like that happened to me was when I was about 14 and I was sleeping in my room downstairs and I started to wake up at about 2am it was super dark and I heard my mom in the room whisper "brad brad psst Brad come here quick" so half asleep I followed her voice but she stopped and I didn't see her but I walked upstairs saying "what mom what??" Then I made it to the upstairs hallway and still couldn't find her then I slowly opened her bedroom door and my mom and dad were sound asleep! I f..King ran down stairs in the dark and jumped about 10ft airborne into my bed and pulled covers over me and was waiting for something to get me!

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