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Sleep Paralisis

The Nightmare (Mary Shelley used this painting as inspiration for the scene in Frankenstein where Elizabeth is found.) by Fuselli

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This one is just bloody terrifying full stop. Monsters hiding in closets or under the bed are a thing of nightmares for most kids. A skeletal type monster with crazy hair would definitely terrify me as child.

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from Ania Leike

Sleep Paralysis

Fashion Sketchbooks, Artist Study with thanks to Ania Leike for Art School Students, CAPI ::: Create Art Portfolio Ideas at milliande.com Art School Portfolio, Fashion, Clothes, GCSE, A Level ,Design, Art, Figurative, Figure, People,

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from Ania Leike

Sleep Paralysis

Fashion Sketchbooks, Artist Study with thanks to Ania Leike for Art School Students, CAPI ::: Create Art Portfolio Ideas at milliande.com Art School Portfolio, Fashion, Clothes, GCSE, A Level ,Design, Art, Figurative, Figure, People,

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from BuzzFeed

13 Facts About Sleep Paralysis That Will Keep You Up At Night

for my friends who have said they have experienced this. 13 Facts About Sleep Paralysis That Will Keep You Up At Night . U don't know what fear is until u go through this shit

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from Ania Leike

Sleep Paralysis

Fashion Sketchbooks, Artist Study with thanks to Ania Leike for Art School Students, CAPI ::: Create Art Portfolio Ideas at milliande.com Art School Portfolio, Fashion, Clothes, GCSE, A Level ,Design, Art, Figurative, Figure, People,

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from iGNANT.com

Photographer Edward Honaker Documents His Own Depression

HelloGiggles is a positive online community for women (although men are always welcome!) covering news, culture, entertainment, beauty, fashion, and more. And now, we are growing beyond just the website to include video, film, television and events.

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Russian Sleep Experiment: the best short story I’ve read.
from Rip's Domain

Russian Sleep Experiment: the best short story I’ve read.

Love creepy stories starting to think what it actually was, was fear itself<<very cleverly written, but definently false. The prisoners don't add up, at the beginning there were five, then four, five, three, four, three.

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