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21 People Share The Creepiest And Most Paranormal Things To Happen To Them

Just in time for Halloween. There's something wonderfully terrifying about that crazy sh*t we just can't explain. 

stories of the paranormal that just can't be explained otherwise
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clowns poster Censorship of the Day: This Terrifying Clown Poster Was Banned for Being Too Spooky for the Children
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This creepy clown was popping up all over Norwich, UK around Halloween. Due to the ominous poster cropping up in places where it could stare at children and give them nightmares, it was banned. 

There are some who think the censorship is ridiculous but parents and people who hate clowns were happy to see it go. 

Here's a preview of next year's poster:

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A couple had just stepped off a bus in South Korea when the sidewalk decided it wanted to eat them.

The ground quickly gave way, and both the man and woman were sucked 10-feet down into a sinkhole.

Fortunately, they only suffered minor injuries, and the whole thing was captured by a nearby CCTV camera.

There is a construction site next to the sidewalk which may have had something to do with it.

That or demons.

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People's "Man, I Gotta Get Outta Here" Moments

Maybe it's a 6th sense, maybe it's sheer panic, maybe it's using your eyes to see an angry pig barreling at you like you're made of slop. There are moments in our lives where we know that the right thing to do is just leave and never come back. There are also those moments where a particular place beats us down to the point where we say "screw this, I'm out.' There are moments we just know when it's the time to nope on out.

wtf and creepy times people had to get out of a situation
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Dude Almost Falls For Incredibly Believable Scam

We like to see idiot scammers get trolled, but sometimes they're incredibly clever and have access to way more of your information than you thought. Seriously, someone can dig up tons of personal information on you like your family members and past addresses in order to look legit, and frankly that's spooky as hell. This guy had to deal with just that but thankfully had the sense to back out.

scammer alert story by person who almost got scammed
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Traumatized Guy's Twitter Thread About Cursed Ouija Board Experience Will Possess You With Fear

And to think that I thought I'd sleep tonight. NOPE. Seriously, it is high time for this guy to make power moves and start contacting studios. He's got the (cursed) bones of a great story here. Bullsh*t or not, I was hooked from the get-go with this thread. Solid storytelling, with a voice (cause f**k grammar) that really shines through. Was it his mean Aunt coming back to haunt him and his cousin from the grave? The water on the floors seems to suggest that possibility. And the whole part with the shotgun's safety mode being off? I mean, come on, man. 

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Twitter Thread: Star Trek and the Inhumanity of Gig Economies

Twitter user _danilo uses an example from Star Trek to explain some of the dangers of having an industry that lacks face-to-face interaction with its own workers. It's scary enough to imagine your job being done by a cold, calculating robot, but what if your boss's job was done by a cold, calculating robot? For something with more Star Trek fun and less technocratic dread, here's an awesome Tumblr post on how hard humans go in Star Trek.

Twitter thread on danger of tech in gig economies | Frisco Uplink @_danilo After premiere Picard name checked Bruce Maddox, decided head back and watch Measure Man, TNG S2E09. And turns out Maddox is bit tech bro. Startling well this holds up three decades later. This kind guy is still problem. | Frisco Uplink @_danilo As refresher Measure Man TNG at its hammiest, most thought provoking best courtroom drama where fate Data hinges on question whether he is sentient being deserving call basic
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A woman was tailgating a car in Northern California this weekend, and she went full speed towards Crazy Town after the passengers made "a rude hand gesture" to her.

The 50-year-old woman, Dierdre Orozco, drove her Ford Explorer in front of the girls to get them to stop. She also pretended to be a police officer, even getting out of her car at one point and approaching them with some sort of ID.

When this strategy failed, she decided to start ramming them off the road.

The crazy woman was eventually arrested when she went off the exit.