Welcome to our list of 6 creepy websites that terrify you. This is the perfect place for those who are looking to get a dose of the spookiest and sickest stuff the Internet has ever seen. Before you proceed, we have to warn you that some of the material found in these sites may be extremely disturbing to some viewers. Luckily, if they creep you out a little bit too much, all you have to do is just hit the back button, and move on to another one of our posts. Don’t say we didn’t give you a fair warning.
Why Some People Enjoy Feeling Terrified
If you are a fan of horror movies, you have likely had many moments where you felt afraid. But for some reason, you actually enjoyed feeling scared. David Rudd is a dean at the College of Social and Behavioral Science (University of Utah). Rudd says the reason people enjoy feeling scared is because deep down inside, they know that they are in no real danger.
Perhaps someday experts will conduct a study on how safe people feel after watching videos that show actual murders and suicides. If they do, it would be interesting to see the results.
Before you proceed, check out this bizarre/scary link: https://i.imgur.com/s5D1GoY.gifv
For a list of some of the spookiest web pages, visit our post called Eight Scary Sites.
Warning: The Following Web Pages May Creep You Out
This is an interactive building that’s haunted and realistic. If you have some time to kill, you will want to visit all 99 of these bizarre and scary rooms (with each having their own theme). If you want to go directly to any particular room, simply click on the one that you are currently in (located at the bottom right of your screen) and you will get a handy grid with links to all 99.
Hashima Island (also called Gunkanjima) is a tiny abandoned island approximately 9 miles from Nagasaki, Japan. Established in 1887, the island was once known for its undersea coal mines. It reached a peak population of 5,259 in 1959. However, due to coal reserves nearing depletion, the mine was closed. The closure resulted in the departure of all residents.
Today, Hashima Island is a ghost town that has been vacant for over four decades. It is surrounded by a seawall, and is well-known for having abandoned concrete buildings. With Hashima Island: A Forgotten World, you can explore this eerie forgotten world using Google Street View (last updated on June 27th, 2013). If you are brave enough, you will take a haunted trip through history and discover hidden secrets and myths of “the ghost island of Japan.”
Bongcheon-Dong Ghost is a odd web page with a shocking animated comic strip. It is so shocking, there is even a warning located at the top of the page. The warning states that the comic is a horror episode that contains some disturbing scenes. Reader discretion has been advised for the elderly, people who suffer from serious medical conditions, and even for women who are pregnant.
The comic is about a ghost asking where her baby is. See the story by scrolling down and viewing a series of images. We assume the warning is because of the two pages (including the sounds) within the comic. One is when the ghost turns its head, and the other is when she lunges towards you.
Wouldn’t you hate to be spied on? Although we all want privacy, someone may be using Opentopia to watch you from the comfort of their own home. Talk about frightening. The website provides thousands of free live webcams (or, a series of images that are updated every few hours) from security cameras around the world. Some of the places include universities, hotels and even bars.
Avoid spending too much time here. Everywhere you go, you may think there is some eccentric person watching you from their home. Luckily there are no cameras allowed in public restrooms.
Celebrity Morgue may be disturbing for some viewers. The site provides a list of dead celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe, Jesse James, Ted Bundy, Elvis Presley, and Tupac Shakur. Of course, that is not it. If you click on their names, you will get a description and an image of their dead body.
#6 People In Coffins
People In Coffins is a publisher of images with dead people in their coffins. The deceased are in pictures at various morgues, funeral homes or graveyards shortly before their burial.
If you want more of this stuff, visit Reddit’s list on the scariest/creepiest websites out there.
Thank you for reading our list on the most eerie types of sites we stumbled upon. Did any of them frighten you? If they did startle you, they apparently didn’t scare you away enough to want to actually close out of this article (otherwise, you wouldn’t be reading this conclusion right now). Well, there you have it. We hope you enjoyed reading our post on 6 of the most creepy websites.