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Thursday, October 22, 2015

'Some' of All Fears


You're alone in the house.

Outdoors, it has started to rain.
Thunder and lightening have created static in the air.

You feel your flesh crawl, as if someone or something is with you.

There is a soft knock at the door....


It's almost Halloween.  Vermont DeadLine would like to know.... what scares you?

Here is an exhausting list of things that scare the general population, or just plain give us the creeps.



Alone


Bats


Bridges


Buried Alive


Carnival


Cats


Clowns


Confined spaces


Creepy Children


Death


Demon / The Devil


Dentist


Dogs


Dolls


Elevators



Eyes, things in or near



Faceless



Flying



Fog



Forest / Woods



Freaks



Fortune Telling



Ghosts



Gnomes



Graveyards



Hallways



Heights



Horror Movies



Midgets



Moths or butterflies



Needles



Night / Dark



Paintings



People / Crowds



Piercings



Reaper



Roaches



Rotten Food



Rusted Things



Serial Killers



Snakes



Spiders



Stairs



Stalkers



Statues



Tatoos



Thirteen



Thunderstorms



Tornadoes / Hurricanes



Under the bed



Vampires



Wasps, Bees



Water



Werewolves



Zombies





Ablutophobia – the obsessional fear of bathing
Acrophobia – The fear of heights
Adipophobia – the fear of appearing too fat
Aerophobia – The fear of flying
Agoraphobia – The fear of inescapable situations
Agyrophobia – the fear of crossing roads
Ambulophobia – the fear of walking
Anablephobia – the fear of looking up
Androphobia – the fear of men
Anthophobia – the fear of flowers
Arachibutyrophobia – the fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of one’s mouth
Arachnophobia – The fear of spiders
Aulophobia – the fear of flutes
Barophobia – the fear of gravity
Brontophobia – The fear of thunderstorms
Carcinophobia – The fear of cancer
Cataptrophobia – the fear of mirrors
Chionophobia – the fear of snow
Chorophobia – the fear of dancing
Chromatophobia – the fear of colors
Chronomentrophobia – the fear of time
Claustrophobia – The fear of confined spaces
Cnidophobia – the fear of string
Cyberphobia – the fear of working with computers
Decidophobia – the fear of making decisions
Emetophobia – The fear of vomit
Ephebiphobia – the fear of teenagers
Ergophobia – the fear of work, finding work or functioning at work
Erotophobia – the fear of sex or talking about sex
Gelotophobia – the obsessional fear of being laughed at
Genuphobia – the fear of knees
Geumapobia – the fear of taste
Gerontophobia – the fear of growing old or fear of the elderly
Gymnophobia – the fear of being seen naked or seeing others naked
Gynophobia – the fear of women
Haptephobia – the fear of being touched
Heliophobia – the fear of sunlight
Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia – the fear of long words
Hypnophobia – the fear of sleep
Kyphophobia – the fear of stooping
Levophobia – the fear of objects to the left
Megalophobia – the fear of large or oversized objects
Metrophobia – the fear of poetry
Mnemophobia – the fear of memories
Necrophobia – The fear of death
Nomophobia – the fear of being out of cellular/mobile phone contact
Octophobia – the fear of the figure eight
Ommetaphobia – the fear of eyes
Osmophobia – the fear of smells
Optophobia – the fear of opening one’s eyes
Papaphobia – the fear of the Pope
Peladophobia – the fear of bald people
Phagophobia – the fear of swallowing
Phobophobia – the fear of having a phobia
Scopophobia – the fear of being looked at
Scuirophobia – the fear of squirrels
Siderophobia – the fear of stars
Social phobia – The fear of social situations
Somniphobia – the fear of sleep
Spectrophobia – the fear of mirrors
Trichophobia – the fear of loose hairs
Triskaidekaphobia – the fear of the number 13
Xenophobia – the fear of strangers, foreigners or aliens