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4th May '16 5:33:29 PM Sharlee
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* In Charles Sheffield's "The Lambeth Immortal", the new owner of a British estate investigates a supposed "Beast" that arises from a flint pit on windy moonlit nights near a centuries-old mill. The Beast turns out to be [[spoiler: an epilepsy-like affliction passed down the estate-owner's family line, that turns them into TheBerserker when they witness the moon shining brightly thorough the mill's vanes, rotating at a fast clip.]]
3rd May '16 1:52:18 PM DavidDelony
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* Spontaneous vomiting is a common response to disgusting sights, smells or severe emotional stress.
22nd Apr '16 10:57:17 AM DeepRed
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* The ''Anime/ReadOrDie'' {{OVA}} revolves around a symphony that causes anyone who listen to it to become suicidally depressed. The villains' plan is to broadcast it around the world and wipe out the weak-minded. To spare the viewers of such a fate, Beethoven's "Ode to Joy" is played.

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* The ''Anime/ReadOrDie'' {{OVA}} revolves around a symphony that causes anyone who listen to it to become suicidally depressed. The villains' plan is to broadcast it around the world and [[TheSocialDarwinist wipe out the weak-minded.weak-minded]]. To spare the viewers of such a fate, Beethoven's "Ode to Joy" is played.
22nd Apr '16 4:56:22 AM Arivne
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** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-413 SCP-413 ("Endless Garage")]]. SCP-413 gives off a low-frequency sound inside itself that harms human navigation abilities, balance and short term memory. Prolonged exposure can cause nausea, dizziness, vomiting, vertigo, anxiety and claustrophobia. Luckily, the effect will wear off after the victim leaves SCP-413.
20th Apr '16 5:28:20 PM AcePedro
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* In the 2014 film "Kingsman: The Secret Service", the villain develops a signal (transmittable by cell phone) which causes anyone nearby to become violently homicidal. The first live test is done in a crowded church, while a highly competent secret agent happens to be present. The resulting four minutes of deadly free-for-all is epic.

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* In the 2014 2015 film "Kingsman: {{Film/Kingsman The Secret Service", Service}}, the villain develops a signal (transmittable by cell phone) which causes anyone nearby to become violently homicidal. The first live test is done in a crowded church, while a highly competent secret agent happens to be present. The resulting four minutes of deadly free-for-all is epic.
17th Apr '16 5:16:07 PM Berrenta
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* In ''Wheel of Darkness'', an Literature/AgentPendergast novel, the [[spoiler:Agoyzen is a type of this - the mere sight of it unhinges something in the viewer's brain, making them become a sociopath. Pendergast is one of those who suffers from Agoyzen sociopathy, but [[ItGotBetter he gets better]].]]

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* In ''Wheel of Darkness'', an Literature/AgentPendergast novel, the [[spoiler:Agoyzen is a type of this - the mere sight of it unhinges something in the viewer's brain, making them become a sociopath. Pendergast is one of those who suffers from Agoyzen sociopathy, but [[ItGotBetter he gets better]].better.]]
15th Apr '16 5:46:58 PM Monolaf317
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* In Asian countries, the sound of high-pitched whistling may cause you to feel like peeing. The TruthInTelevision is, that Asian parents utilize that sound with their kid's bladder control during potty training.
14th Apr '16 6:34:54 AM Tron80
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* ''Fanfic/ChildrenOfAnElderGod'': In episode 9, "[[Franchise/CthulhuMythos The King In Yellow]]" play makes an appearance. When it's performed, a lot of people goes mad and dies, and [[EldritchAbomination Hastur]] shows up at the end. However, [[spoiler:it's defeated and destroyed.]]
13th Apr '16 10:12:23 AM Dinjoralo
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* The Correspondence -- a mysterious ancient alphabet whose purpose nobody knows for sure[[note]]And you hear of it long before you find out it's an alphabet at all; it's mentioned in the sidebars [[ShroudedInMyth with various wild stories attributed to it]][[/note]] -- in ''VideoGame/FallenLondon'' can drive you insane, or even cause your eyes to bleed or your hair to catch fire. And putting any more than six of its "letters" in a single object will quickly teach you that even lead can burn. And you can play around with it in the most unsafe manner, even making Correspondence ''symphonies''. ''Videogame/SunlessSea'', in the same universe, proves it can only get worse: When wielded by creatures that can actually speak it (like [[DemonicSpiders Lorn-Flukes]] and [[spoiler:[[BonusBoss Mt. Nomad]]]]), it can ''sink battleships''. There's also Irrigo, a color that resembles a particularly intense violet, that basically destroys your memories with prolonged exposure. [[spoiler:Places with enough Irrigo will cause the body to [[BodyHorror grow bone over its eye sockets]] to blind the person as a desperate safety measure]]. While the Neath has [[FictionalColour another six exclusive colors]], some even holding their own strange properties, only Irrigo is this dangerous. And finally, there's the simpler writings that simply strike blows into your sanity, give you terrible nightmares and make people start screaming and clawing at their eyes. Pretty normal stuff in London, considering people tend to put these in their ''graffiti'', to the point the police department needs to carry large carts full of acid to clean it up.

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* The Correspondence -- a mysterious ancient alphabet whose purpose nobody knows for sure[[note]]And you hear of it long before you find out it's an alphabet at all; it's mentioned in the sidebars [[ShroudedInMyth with various wild stories attributed to it]][[/note]] -- in ''VideoGame/FallenLondon'' can drive you insane, or even cause your eyes to bleed or your hair to catch fire. And putting any more than six of its "letters" in a single object will quickly teach you that even lead can burn. And you can play around with it in the most unsafe manner, even making Correspondence ''symphonies''. ''Videogame/SunlessSea'',
**''Videogame/SunlessSea'',
in the same universe, proves it can only get worse: When wielded by creatures that can actually speak it (like [[DemonicSpiders Lorn-Flukes]] and [[spoiler:[[BonusBoss Mt. Nomad]]]]), it can ''sink battleships''. There's also Irrigo, a color that resembles a particularly intense violet, that basically destroys your memories with prolonged exposure. [[spoiler:Places with enough Irrigo will cause the body to [[BodyHorror grow bone over its eye sockets]] to blind the person as a desperate safety measure]]. While the Neath has [[FictionalColour another six exclusive colors]], some even holding their own strange properties, only Irrigo is this dangerous. And finally, there's the simpler writings that simply strike blows into your sanity, give you terrible nightmares and make people start screaming and clawing at their eyes. Pretty normal stuff in London, considering people tend to put these in their ''graffiti'', to the point the police department needs to carry large carts full of acid to clean it up.
10th Apr '16 10:28:40 AM DavidDelony
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* FirstPersonShooter games give some people motion sickness.
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