You'll want to check your vents and attics after reading this thread...Ahead of Halloween, people are sharing #ScaryStories. One writer shared a tale that might make it harder for you to fall asleep.
Sometimes, you come across something that makes you pause, this is one of those times. Apparently, there is a Facebook page called, "Toilets With Threatening Auras," and we've never been more intrigued, and terrified, at the same time. We've never really given much thought to an aura of a toilet before, but of course you'd want to feel safe when you're relieving yourself and at a vulnerable state. These images are truly the exact opposite of anything resembling comfortable...
These toilets below to omit a threatening aura.
This is a terrifying story that could've ended very differently. And it's sad that it took her stalker's death for it to stop, and the only way she was able to experience relief and gain control of her life once more.
Twitter user, @johnniejae, shared her terrifying experience as a teenager, having an a stalker. The encounter started innocently enough, at the library and just escalated from there.
Did you know that an estimated 15.2% of women (18.3 million women) have experienced a form of stalking during their lifetime that made them feel in fear for their lives?
Additionally, an estimated 5.7% of men (or nearly 6.5 million men) have experienced stalking victimization during their lifetimes. And among female stalking victims, an estimated 60.8% were stalked by a former partner.
Pretty scary, wouldn't you say?
Nothing like renting a cabin in the woods to get the creative juices flowin'! Australian comic book author, playwright, and screenwriter, Tom Taylor, decided to rent this solitude cabin in hopes of getting some work done. When he arrived at his Airbnb, it wasn't exactly the peace and quiet he expected... This story has more twists and turns than a daytime soap opera, from mysterious wind chimes to a sinister teddy bear. Get comfy because you're in for a wild ride!
This is pretty insane! Jevin West and Carl Bergstrom, creators of the 'Which Face Is Real' sensation, state their reason for creating such a program, "to make you aware of the wase with which digital identities can be faked, and to help you spot these fakes at a single glance." We snapshotted a new of the faces below, see if you can tell which one is real and which is fake! The real face will be highlighted in green.