Why are we afraid

caseyanthonyofficial:

dickcraft:

sixpenceee:

Found from this video titled “something crawling on the walls of the houses on Samara” 

Damn

What the fccfyihcdguvjkkkkk

Wild

wolf-at-your-door:

At the Devil’s Door- 2014

wolf-at-your-door:

At the Devil’s Door- 2014

hellyeacreepyshit:

nightmarishthings:

The Nightcrawler, also called the Fresno Alien, is a mysterious new cryptid that has so far made two appearances, both in Fresno, California. On both sightings, it was only seen in video footage. It appears to be a relatively short creature (approx. 4 feet in height). It is an extremely thin, white humanoid with no discernable arms. It also appears to be wearing a white gown or cloak of some sort. The Nightcrawler is most known for being one of the two featured video cases on the second episode of Syfy’s Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files. X

This post is inspired by thecryptocreep post:X

These freak me the fk out!

desdimona:

whengothgoesbrown:

Dark Forest by Elena Nerium Oleandr.

Amazing!!

desdimona:

whengothgoesbrown:

Dark Forest by Elena Nerium Oleandr.

Amazing!!

um-this-is-awkward:

Poltergeist
they-hide-in-the-dark:

Familiar Spirit/Demon - 
The familiar is regarded as being a minor demon assigned by the devil to a witch to help him or her to carry out acts of magic and generally act as an assistant in return for vowing allegiance to him. The true form of a familiar is that of a small devil, so in order not to attact attention the familiar changes its shape to appear as a normal animal. Many familiars take the shape of household pets, black cats being a favourite but dogs are also popular, so are several wild animals, such as hares, toads, rabbits, mice and sometimes weasels and hedgehogs. Birds, such as blackbirds, crows, ravens, and even insects can be demons in disguise. Some witches have several familiars and it is possible to inherit a familiar or be given one by a fellow-witch. Familiars can adopt more than one shape and disappear at will. 
Familiars need a lot of attention and need to be cared for by their witch. A special treat for a familiar is their witch’s blood, which they suck from either their finger or third nipple on the witch’s body. Some witches baptize their familiars and give them odd names as a familiar is unable to carry a christian name. 
The role of the familiar in a witch’s household is a general one. They act as companions and assistants and are useful in helping the witch cause death and injury to her neighbours or their livestock or property. For example, familiars are able to cause milk to go sour, make cows unable to give milk, render animals sterile and make crops fail. If a witch is captured their familiar will not come to their aid. The familiar usually disappears. This is because familiars are extremely ungrateful and selfish, so no matter how well their owner treated them they will abandon them. 
It is also possible for non-witches to capture a demon as a familiar, see Bajang

they-hide-in-the-dark:

Familiar Spirit/Demon - 

The familiar is regarded as being a minor demon assigned by the devil to a witch to help him or her to carry out acts of magic and generally act as an assistant in return for vowing allegiance to him. The true form of a familiar is that of a small devil, so in order not to attact attention the familiar changes its shape to appear as a normal animal. Many familiars take the shape of household pets, black cats being a favourite but dogs are also popular, so are several wild animals, such as hares, toads, rabbits, mice and sometimes weasels and hedgehogs. Birds, such as blackbirds, crows, ravens, and even insects can be demons in disguise. Some witches have several familiars and it is possible to inherit a familiar or be given one by a fellow-witch. Familiars can adopt more than one shape and disappear at will. 

Familiars need a lot of attention and need to be cared for by their witch. A special treat for a familiar is their witch’s blood, which they suck from either their finger or third nipple on the witch’s body. Some witches baptize their familiars and give them odd names as a familiar is unable to carry a christian name. 

The role of the familiar in a witch’s household is a general one. They act as companions and assistants and are useful in helping the witch cause death and injury to her neighbours or their livestock or property. For example, familiars are able to cause milk to go sour, make cows unable to give milk, render animals sterile and make crops fail. If a witch is captured their familiar will not come to their aid. The familiar usually disappears. This is because familiars are extremely ungrateful and selfish, so no matter how well their owner treated them they will abandon them. 

It is also possible for non-witches to capture a demon as a familiar, see Bajang

zombies-werewolves-and-monsters:

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sixpenceee:

As a girl I can verify that this is true. So next time think twice you perverted creeps. 

wintherharlekin:

Scandinavian folklore (special focus on Norway)

Pictures:
Nøkken, Valemon, and Draugen by Theodor Kittelsen
Dragon, Huldra, Trolls, Elves, (first picture), by John Bauer
Fossegrimen by http://birgitte-gustavsen.deviantart.com/art/Fossegrimen-160045627
Kraken by Bob Eggleton

zombies-werewolves-and-monsters:

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unexplained-events:

Codex Seraphinianus

Written in a strange language by Italian architect, Luigi Serafini in 1981. This is one of the strangest encyclopedia ever written.It consists of hand-drawn, colored-pencil illustrations of bizarre and fantastical world. All of it drawn by Serafini himself. Some of the illustrations are considered to be beautiful while others are considered to be a bit more on the disturbing side. 

The only thing known for sure about this book is that “Seraphinianus” is a variation of the author’s name. The alpahabet has about two-dozen characters which relate to nothing else humanity has ever seen.

invisiblestories:

Frank Hurley, photographic exposure of an auroral manifestation, Cape Denison, Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911-14 (via splattergut)

invisiblestories:

Frank Hurley, photographic exposure of an auroral manifestation, Cape Denison, Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911-14 (via splattergut)