History Fridge / MarbleHornets

19th Oct '16 2:53:59 PM GenericTroper
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* in #65, how are we seeing video of what Tim sees if he doesn't have a camera?

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* in #65, how are we seeing video of what Tim sees if he doesn't have a camera?

19th Oct '16 2:47:48 PM GenericTroper
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* in #65, how are we seeing video of what Tim sees if he doesn't have a camera?
10th Apr '16 10:17:55 AM Scorpion451
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* An ambiguous case that may border on Wild Man Guessing, the crossed out zero symbol bears a strong resemblance to the [[UsefulNotes/{{Alchemy}} alchemical]] symbol 🝍, which represents [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cadmia Cadmia]] (also known as Tutty). An oxide of zinc, tutty was used medicinally for centuries to treat [[WoundThatWillNotHeal ulcers that refuse to heal]] by forming scar tissue, and as a treatment for some diseases of the eyes. [[note]]This was actually one of the cases where early medicine got things sort of right: zinc oxide is still used in similar ways in modern medicine, including the treatment of several different eye problems.[[/note]]
2nd Dec '15 2:10:54 AM rossy105
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* It is a dog lung, the footage is taken from an old science experiment film called "Experiments in the revival of organisms" and in the film they are trying to revive a dog lung.
4th Oct '15 1:41:19 PM kyberserafino
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* The terrifyingness of WebVideo/MarbleHornets, to me, was always amplified by the fact that the entries resembled the recurring nightmares I had when I was little, oftentimes involving darkened gardens and houses, distortions of time (everything was in fast or slow motion) and being stalked by an invisible figure (my nickname for him/it was literally "Invisible").
22nd Aug '15 9:02:37 PM Megacles
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** Not sure if this makes things better or not, but the sequel series has footage of Tim, alive and interacting with someone.
11th Apr '15 4:26:51 PM stuffedninja
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* A kid in the background of enttry #37 was wearing a Spongebob shirt. [[spoiler:Odd, given the "entry" takes place in 1991, whereas spongebob began to air in 1999.]]

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* A kid in the background of enttry #37 was wearing a Spongebob shirt. [[spoiler:Odd, given the "entry" takes place in 1991, whereas spongebob ''Spongebob'' began to air in 1999.]]



** [[spoiler: Alex killed her. He says as much in Entry #86. [[NothingIsScarier How he went about it is another matter entirely]].]]

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** [[spoiler: Alex killed her. He says as much in Entry #86. [[NothingIsScarier How he went about it is another matter entirely]].]]]]
* Entry #85 ends with [[spoiler:Tim's house burning to the ground]]. And what's the video's duration in minutes and seconds? [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/September_11_attacks 9:11]].
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7th Oct '14 3:04:45 PM nombretomado
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* The terrifyingness of MarbleHornets, to me, was always amplified by the fact that the entries resembled the recurring nightmares I had when I was little, oftentimes involving darkened gardens and houses, distorions of time (everything was in fast or slow motion) and being stalked by an invisible figure (my nickname for him/it was literally "Invisible").
** The scariness of MarbleHornets owes a lot to how the makers utilised {{Primal Fear}}s and Childhood Fears that we forget but remain with us for the rest of our life. It is the boogeyman of a generation spoilt by CGI and grew up knowing that the boogeyman doesn't exist.

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* The terrifyingness of MarbleHornets, WebVideo/MarbleHornets, to me, was always amplified by the fact that the entries resembled the recurring nightmares I had when I was little, oftentimes involving darkened gardens and houses, distorions of time (everything was in fast or slow motion) and being stalked by an invisible figure (my nickname for him/it was literally "Invisible").
** The scariness of MarbleHornets WebVideo/MarbleHornets owes a lot to how the makers utilised {{Primal Fear}}s and Childhood Fears that we forget but remain with us for the rest of our life. It is the boogeyman of a generation spoilt by CGI and grew up knowing that the boogeyman doesn't exist.



* The terrifyingness of MarbleHornets, to me, was always amplified by the fact that the entries resembled the recurring nightmares I had when I was little, oftentimes involving darkened gardens and houses, distortions of time (everything was in fast or slow motion) and being stalked by an invisible figure (my nickname for him/it was literally "Invisible").

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* The terrifyingness of MarbleHornets, WebVideo/MarbleHornets, to me, was always amplified by the fact that the entries resembled the recurring nightmares I had when I was little, oftentimes involving darkened gardens and houses, distortions of time (everything was in fast or slow motion) and being stalked by an invisible figure (my nickname for him/it was literally "Invisible").
30th Aug '14 11:05:55 AM JadeEyes1
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* We never did [[WhateverHappenedToTheMouse find out what happened to]] [[spoiler: Amy]]...

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* We never did [[WhateverHappenedToTheMouse find out what happened to]] [[spoiler: Amy]]...Amy]]...
** [[spoiler: Alex killed her. He says as much in Entry #86. [[NothingIsScarier How he went about it is another matter entirely]].]]
11th Jul '14 10:33:29 PM ChaoticQueen
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* We never did [[WhateverHappenedToTheMouse find out what happened to]] [[spoiler: Sarah]]...

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* We never did [[WhateverHappenedToTheMouse find out what happened to]] [[spoiler: Sarah]]...Amy]]...
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