Things “Supernatural” Has Made Me Scared of

Posted: April 10, 2013 in Supernatural Musings
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1. Flickering Lights

2. Sudden Drops in Temperature

3. Unicorns

4. Clowns (okay, I admit it; I was scared of clowns before Supernatural)

5. Mirrors

6. Scarecrows

7. Saying “Bloody Mary”

8. Wax Figures

9. Rabbit’s Feet

10. Ghosts

11. Hitchhikers

12. Mannequins (Doctor Who also played a hand in that one…)

13. Angels

14. Sulfur

15. Tooth Brushes

16. Grammar Phones

17. Ballet Shoes

18. Lakes/Bath Tubs/Sinks

19. RPGs

20. Corn Syrup

21. Camping

22. Air Planes

23. Sewer Systems

24. Black Goo

25. Big Trucks

26. Creepy Dolls (all dolls are creepy, actually…)

27. Little Kids

28. Bugs

29. Ball Pits

30. Children’s Stories

 

Well, there’s 30 things that now scare me thanks to SPN. Some more than others. If I think of any more I’ll be sure to add them.

Also… this showed up in my FB newsfeed and I had to share it with this post:

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I have to admit, I *do* take some comfort in the fact that salt, holy water and borax are easy methods of protection. However, as far as the writers of SPN are concerned, we are clueless and terrified. No workable method of death has been determined for those evil bastards.

 

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Comments
  1. Kate says:

    Basically, Supernatural ruins all the things.

  2. Emily says:

    I would like to add asylums now they scare me.

    • sammygirl1967 says:

      I can’t believe I left that off the list! Asylums were scary enough before Supernatural. Now they’re terrifying.

  3. Julia Rose says:

    Were you not going to mention
    Scared of KILLING someone close to me accidentally? Perhaps I murdered someone and now their vengeful spirit hunts down my whole town. Perhaps I played an innocent party game and my dad got his eyeballs scooped out. Perhaps I was scared of riding airplanes and GOT POSSESED BY AN EVIL SPIRIT.
    Seriously, most of the episodes are based on people’s horrid mistakes that end up killing innocent people.

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