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CW: Suicide.

Finding a dead body is one of my worst fears.

The only one I've ever found was my grandma's.

She was dying of cancer so it wasn't horrific.

Blood makes me faint, so any horrific scenes will not go well for me.

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I've always enjoyed jobs sans creepy side effects.

Work can be hard enough.

Besides, I've waited too many tables to deal with anymore drama.

Isolated jobs are always spotlighted on true crime shows.

Give me some light and an annoying group of tourists.

Or shall we say... witnesses.

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All of us grew up being told urban legends or tall tales, which many people claim to be true

Some of them have an other-worldly or supernatural theme to them, such as the house at the end of the road being haunted or neighbors not being exactly who they appear to be.

Or they might be stories of daredevils attempting the impossible and meeting an unfortunate fate.

Despite people's claims, most of these stories simply seem too far-fetched to possibly be true, and they usually are, indeed, a complete fabrication.

But every now and then, there is evidence to prove that these spine tingling stories did, indeed happen, all thanks to a camera.

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People Describe The Scariest Movies They've Ever Seen
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You might say moviegoers who love horror films are sadists.

They derive pleasure from being spooked and terrified, and they somehow love crouching in their seats out of sheer fright watching supernatural entities scaring the daylights out of homeowners or serial killers stalking their prey.

It's all an adrenaline rush.

However, even gore and slasher fans have their limits.

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People Share The Facts They Wish They'd Never Learned
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There's a reason people are prompted to say "Too Much Information" or 'TMI" in modern slang.

Most commonly, people are urged to say so when they've learned a piece of information that they think they would have been better off not knowing.

Information which caused a visceral reaction of one sort or another, be it disgust, sadness, anger or heartbreak.

Making them feel all the worse is knowing what they learned isn't an opinion, but the cold, hard truth.

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