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** Pongo and Perdita from ''Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians'' when they are fighting [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Horace and Jasper]] in Hell Hall. Cruella De vil's NightmareFace also counts.

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** Pongo and Perdita from ''Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians'' when they are fighting [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Horace and Jasper]] in Hell Hall. Cruella De vil's Vil's NightmareFace in her final attempt to kill the puppies also counts.
21st Mar '17 7:30:41 PM jameygamer
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* In ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'', the Shadowkhan and the Demon Sorcerer BigBadDuumvirate, among others, have red eyes.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'', the Shadowkhan and the Demon Sorcerer BigBadDuumvirate, among others, have red eyes. When Jade and later Valmont get possessed by the show's overall BigBad Shendu, their eyes turn red whenever HE'S in control of their body.
17th Mar '17 7:09:44 PM nombretomado
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** In general, vampires in the {{Nasuverse}} tend to have red eyes. People who are turned, like [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/MeltyBlood Sion]]]] and [[spoiler:[[{{Tsukihime}} Satsuki]]]], had their eyes turn red.

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** In general, vampires in the {{Nasuverse}} {{Franchise/Nasuverse}} tend to have red eyes. People who are turned, like [[spoiler:[[VideoGame/MeltyBlood Sion]]]] and [[spoiler:[[{{Tsukihime}} Satsuki]]]], had their eyes turn red.
16th Mar '17 4:47:00 AM TudorRose
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* For most of the first book in the ''Literature/DeptfordMice'' trilogy, all anyone ever sees of BigBad Jupiter are his fiery red eyes emerging from the blackness of the portal where he dwells, located in the sewers of London.
14th Mar '17 1:48:56 PM AthenaBlue
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* Melisandre from ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' is an EvilRedhead [[CurtainsMatchTheWindow as well.]]
** Ghost the albino Direwolf has red eyes, noted to be different from Melisandre's, resembling more the blood-red eyes of the weirwood Old Gods. And he's definitely capable of taking off limbs if so inclined.
* One of the villains from Madeline L'engle's ''Literature/AWrinkleInTime'' is called simply...The Man With Red Eyes.


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* Melisandre from ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' is an EvilRedhead [[CurtainsMatchTheWindow as well.]]
** Ghost the albino Direwolf has red eyes, noted to be different from Melisandre's, resembling more the blood-red eyes of the weirwood Old Gods. And he's definitely capable of taking off limbs if so inclined.


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* One of the villains from Madeline L'engle's ''Literature/AWrinkleInTime'' is called simply...The Man With Red Eyes.
14th Mar '17 1:47:06 PM AthenaBlue
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* ''Literature/TheCosmere'':
** Voidbringers in ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'' are alleged to have red eyes, and we see at least one form of Voidbringer, a thunderclast, with glowing red eyes. Furthermore, in ''Literature/WordsOfRadiance'', [[spoiler: the Parshendi's eyes turn red when they transform into Voidbringers]].
** In ''Literature/ShadowsForSilenceInTheForestsOfHell'', the shades normally drift away from humans and are mostly harmless unless you manage to walk right into one despite them drifting away. But break the Simple Rules (don't move too fast at night, don't kindle fire, and never draw blood), and their eyes light up red as they enrage. If that happens, if there is a nearby safe place enclosed by silver, run there. Otherwise, your ass is toast.
* Creator/HPLovecraft's Franchise/CthulhuMythos story ''The Haunter of the Dark''. The titular monster has a red, three-lobed, burning eye.
* The plus-sized TyrannosaurusRex in ''{{Literature/Dinoverse}}'', who Mike names "Moriarty", is first seen with eyes that seem to glow red, though Mike thinks it's a trick of the sunset or a reflection of the blood at the dinosaur's feet.



* Creator/HPLovecraft's Franchise/CthulhuMythos story ''The Haunter of the Dark''. The titular monster has a red, three-lobed, burning eye.

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* Creator/HPLovecraft's Franchise/CthulhuMythos story ''The Haunter of the Dark''. The titular monster has a red, three-lobed, burning eye.In ''Literature/HeartOfSteel'', Alistair's mechanical eye normally glows blue, but when he is angry it glows red.



* The Shrike from the ''Literature/HyperionCantos'' is a 3-meter-tall NighInvulnerable being made of lethally sharp blades. It has multifaceted red-glowing eyes and most times it shows up, it's to carry someone off to be impaled on a gigantic thorn tree where they will [[AndIMustScream live forever in agony]].



* ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'':
** ''Literature/TheThrawnTrilogy'': Grand Admiral Thrawn, a nonhuman Chiss who also had blue skin, had [[MonochromaticEyes solid red eyes]] that were [[WhatBeautifulEyes often said]] to be [[GlowingEyesOfDoom glowing]]. Even when he's solidly the antagonist, he is [[ALighterShadeOfGrey less evil and more ruthless]].
** Darth Bane also had red eyes due to his immersion in the Dark Side of The Force. It's a Sith occupational hazard.
** [[Literature/XWingSeries Ysanne Isard]] actually had heterochromia, one eye being red, the other eye being blue. She's the head of Imperial Intelligence and decidedly evil.
** The same series has the much more minor villain Zekka Thyne, who has red eyes and HellishPupils.
** And it has two characters who each have a glowing red prosthetic eye. Neither of them are villains. One, Booster Terrick, is a smuggler who does not approve of the pilot his daughter fell in love with. The other, Ton Phanan, is an [[DeadpanSnarker incredibly sarcastic]] [[CombatMedic ex-doctor]] [[StepfordSmiler hiding the fact that]] [[CyberneticsEatYourSoul his extensive cybernetics cannot replace the future he lost.]]



* ''Literature/TheThrawnTrilogy'':
** Grand Admiral Thrawn, a nonhuman Chiss who also had blue skin, had [[MonochromaticEyes solid red eyes]] that were [[WhatBeautifulEyes often said]] to be [[GlowingEyesOfDoom glowing]]. Even when he's solidly the antagonist, he is [[ALighterShadeOfGrey less evil and more ruthless]].
** Darth Bane also had red eyes due to his immersion in the Dark Side of The Force. It's a Sith occupational hazard.
** [[Literature/XWingSeries Ysanne Isard]] actually had heterochromia, one eye being red, the other eye being blue. She's the head of Imperial Intelligence and decidedly evil.
** The same series has the much more minor villain Zekka Thyne, who has red eyes and HellishPupils.
** And it has two characters who each have a glowing red prosthetic eye. Neither of them are villains. One, Booster Terrick, is a smuggler who does not approve of the pilot his daughter fell in love with. The other, Ton Phanan, is an [[DeadpanSnarker incredibly sarcastic]] [[CombatMedic ex-doctor]] [[StepfordSmiler hiding the fact that]] [[CyberneticsEatYourSoul his extensive cybernetics cannot replace the future he lost.]]



* Voidbringers in ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'' are alleged to have red eyes, and we see at least one form of Voidbringer, a thunderclast, with glowing red eyes. Furthermore, in ''Literature/WordsOfRadiance'', [[spoiler: the Parshendi's eyes turn red when they transform into Voidbringers]].
* The plus-sized TyrannosaurusRex in ''{{Literature/Dinoverse}}'', who Mike names "Moriarty", is first seen with eyes that seem to glow red, though Mike thinks it's a trick of the sunset or a reflection of the blood at the dinosaur's feet.
* In ''Literature/ShadowsForSilenceInTheForestsOfHell'', the shades normally drift away from humans and are mostly harmless unless you manage to walk right into one despite them drifting away. But break the Simple Rules (don't move too fast at night, don't kindle fire, and never draw blood), and their eyes light up red as they enrage. If that happens, if there is a nearby safe place enclosed by silver, run there. Otherwise, your ass is toast.
* In ''Literature/HeartOfSteel'', Alistair's mechanical eye normally glows blue, but when he is angry it glows red.
* The Shrike from the ''Literature/HyperionCantos'' is a 3-meter-tall NighInvulnerable being made of lethally sharp blades. It has multifaceted red-glowing eyes and most times it shows up, it's to carry someone off to be impaled on a gigantic thorn tree where they will [[AndIMustScream live forever in agony]].
14th Mar '17 1:39:46 PM AthenaBlue
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* The Infected in ''Film/TwentyEightDaysLater'' have red eyes. They're also ''very'' aggressive.
* The HAL 9000 computer in ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey'' uses cameras with glowing red lenses to watch the crew of the Discovery.



* ''Film/DarkAngelTheAscent'': Veronica's eyes turn red every time she gets angry, revealing her true nature as a demon.



* The Indominus Rex in ''Film/JurassicWorld.''



* ''Film/TheMask''. When the criminal Dorian Tyrell puts on the magical mask of Loki and his massively evil hidden dark side comes out, his eyes become red.



* ''StarWars'': the "Sith eyes" seen on Darth Sidious, and later Darths Maul and Vader in the prequels (technically gold rimmed and flecked with red, but it still counts) Maul is shown to have them all the time, but he's not human and his eye color is never seen while he's doing anything but hunting the heroes and fighting. Vader is only seen with them when he's feeling particularly "eeevil." Sidious' eye color, on the other hand, switches between Sith gold and their original blue depending on whether he is being his evil self or masquerading as a benevolent politician. Ultimately, his eyes become gold-red permanently after his gruelling duel with Mace Windu.
** This trope is subverted with Darth Tyranus, who is never seen with Sith eyes.
** The eyes of Cad Bane from "[[StarWarsTheCloneWars Clone Wars]]", the Nemoidians and Grand Admiral Thrawn may fit this trope better on a superficial level (being pure red), but this is only because that's the natural eye color of their respective races - not Sith sorcery.
** In the theatrical version of A New Hope, Vader's eye lenses had a dull reddish tint to them due to the materials used. It probably wasn't intentional, due to the fact that later edits removed the reddishness in order to hide David Prowse's eyes.

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* ''StarWars'': the ''Franchise/StarWars'': The "Sith eyes" seen on Darth Sidious, and later Darths Maul and Vader in the prequels (technically gold rimmed and flecked with red, but it still counts) Maul is shown to have them all the time, but he's not human and his eye color is never seen while he's doing anything but hunting the heroes and fighting. Vader is only seen with them when he's feeling particularly "eeevil." Sidious' eye color, on the other hand, switches between Sith gold and their original blue depending on whether he is being his evil self or masquerading as a benevolent politician. Ultimately, his eyes become gold-red permanently after his gruelling duel with Mace Windu.
** This trope is subverted with Count Dooku, aka Darth Tyranus, who is never seen with Sith eyes.
** The eyes of Cad Bane from "[[StarWarsTheCloneWars ''[[StarWarsTheCloneWars The Clone Wars]]", Wars]]'', the Nemoidians and Grand Admiral Thrawn may fit this trope better on a superficial level (being pure red), but this is only because that's the natural eye color of their respective races - not Sith sorcery.
** In the theatrical version of A New Hope, ''Film/ANewHope'', Vader's eye lenses had a dull reddish tint to them due to the materials used. It probably wasn't intentional, due to the fact that later edits removed the reddishness in order to hide David Prowse's eyes.eyes.
* The older "ghost" in ''Film/TheStoneTape'' first appears as a pair of glowing eyes hovering in the darkness. Then to show how inhuman it is one eye begins to ''orbit'' the other as it approaches the heroine.



* The Infected in ''Film/TwentyEightDaysLater'' have red eyes. They're also ''very'' aggressive.
* The HAL 9000 computer in ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey'' uses cameras with glowing red lenses to watch the crew of the Discovery.

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* The Infected Japanese stranger from ''Film/TheWailing'' usually looks like a normal old man, but when hunting in ''Film/TwentyEightDaysLater'' have the wild he is pictured with red eyes. They're eyes (and also ''very'' aggressive.
* The HAL 9000 computer in ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey'' uses cameras with glowing red lenses to watch the crew of the Discovery.
almost completely naked).



* ''Film/TheMask''. When the criminal Dorian Tyrell puts on the magical mask of Loki and his massively evil hidden dark side comes out, his eyes become red.
* ''Film/DarkAngelTheAscent'': Veronica's eyes turn red every time she gets angry, revealing her true nature as a demon.
* The Indominus Rex in ''Film/JurassicWorld.''
* The Japanese stranger from ''Film/TheWailing'' usually looks like a normal old man, but when hunting in the wild he is pictured with red eyes (and also almost completely naked).






* When the placid "servant race" of Ood in ''Series/DoctorWho'' get red eyes, it's a sign that they've either been posessed by a {{Satan}}-like being from before the universe began or [[spoiler: simply overwhelmed by anger at the way they've been treated]]. Either way, it's bad news.
** Meanwhile, the only human that "Satan" managed to possess also gained blood-red eyes while the Beast was in control.
** Far earlier, those possessed by the similarly diabolical Fenric gained blood-red eyes, but only after they had faded from their initial shade of dark green.
** In the serial ''Robots of Death'', the eponymous robots' eyes are filled with red static when they prepare to kill.
** Similarly, the Siren from ''The Curse of the Black Spot'' turned not only her eyes, but the rest of her projected body from blue to red when anyone got between her and her victims.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho''
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E5TheRobotsOfDeath "The Robots of Death"]], the eponymous robots' eyes are filled with red static when they prepare to kill.
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS26E3TheCurseOfFenric "The Curse of Fenric"]]: Those possessed by [[EldritchAbomination Fenric]] gained blood-red eyes, but only after they had faded from their initial shade of dark green.
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When the placid "servant race" of usually-placid Ood in ''Series/DoctorWho'' get red eyes, it's a sign that they've either ''bad'' sign:
*** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E8TheImpossiblePlanet "The Impossible Planet"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E9TheSatanPit "The Satan Pit"]]: They've
been posessed possessed by a {{Satan}}-like being from before an entity claiming to be {{Satan}}.
*** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E3PlanetOfTheOod "Planet of
the universe began or [[spoiler: simply overwhelmed by Ood"]]: Random Ood at Ood Operations are getting "red-eye" and killing employees with their translator balls [[spoiler:out of anger at the way [[SlaveRace way]] they've been treated]]. Either way, it's bad news.
treated]].
*** [[Recap/DoctorWhos30E17E18TheEndOfTime "The End of Time"]]: Played with. This time, they're not getting violent, they're warning the Doctor that [[spoiler:"[[TitleDrop The End of Time]] itself" is imminent]].
*** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E4TheDoctorsWife "The Doctor's Wife"]] subverts it: The House's Ood servant Nephew is possessed by it, and dangerous, but his eyes glow ''[[SicklyGreenGlow green]]'' instead.
** Meanwhile, Also from "The Impossible Planet"/"The Satan Pit", the only human that "Satan" managed to possess also gained blood-red eyes while the Beast was in control.
** Far earlier, those possessed by the similarly diabolical Fenric gained blood-red eyes, but only after they had faded from their initial shade of dark green.
** In the serial ''Robots of Death'', the eponymous robots' eyes are filled with red static when they prepare to kill.
** Similarly, the
The Siren from ''The [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E3TheCurseOfTheBlackSpot "The Curse of the Black Spot'' Spot"]] turned not only her eyes, but the rest of her projected body from blue to red when anyone got between her and her victims.



* Creator/RussellTDavies thought this was a clichéd trope, so specifically avoided it when writing ''Series/TheSecondComing'', where one of the characters is possessed by the Devil, but has silver eyes instead. However RTD found the trope was so prevalent the SFX people had automatically given the character red eyes, and they had to be changed to silver.



* The older "ghost" in ''Film/TheStoneTape'' first appears as a pair of glowing eyes hovering in the darkness. Then to show how inhuman it is one eye begins to ''orbit'' the other as it approaches the heroine.
* Creator/RussellTDavies thought this was a clichéd trope, so specifically avoided it when writing ''Series/TheSecondComing'', where one of the characters is possessed by the Devil, but has silver eyes instead. However RTD found the trope was so prevalent the SFX people had automatically given the character red eyes, and they had to be changed to silver.



* On ''WesternAnimation/CodeMonkeys'', whenever a character gets really angry or psychotic, their pixel eyes will briefly become red.
* WesternAnimation/CountDuckula's demented cousin, a pyromaniac vamp who likes to dismember his victims. Also El Loco, the vicious bull Duckula has to fight.



* The Duke from ''WesternAnimation/{{Gawayn}}''.



* Trina Riffin from ''WesternAnimation/{{Grojband}}'' whenever she's writing in her diary in Anger or Fear mode.



* Played with in ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'': The [[StatuesqueStunner imposing]] and [[TheBrute scary]] [[BombThrowingAnarchists Red Lotus]] [[HavingABlast combustionbender]] [[ColdSniper P'Li]] has eyes of [[DownplayedTrope an unusual shade of russet]]—which is [[JustifiedTrope still in keeping with the usual theme]] of [[PlayingWithFire firebenders]] having [[ElementalEyeColors gold or brown eyes]]—and a ''bright scarlet'' one [[PowerTattoo tattooed]] on her [[ThirdEye forehead]].
** Played straight with Unalaq, whenever he enters the Avatar State, and in his Dark Avatar form.



* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' has Mad Jack, Aku's embodiment of Jack's own dark side.



* The Son in the Mortis episodes of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' Season 3, combined with black sclera.

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* The Son in the Mortis episodes of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' Season 3, 3's Mortis trilogy has the Son, AnthropomorphicPersonification of TheDarkSide, combined with black sclera.



* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' has Mad Jack, Aku's embodiment of Jack's own dark side.



* The Duke from ''WesternAnimation/{{Gawayn}}''.
* Trina Riffin from ''WesternAnimation/{{Grojband}}'' whenever she's writing in her diary in Anger or Fear mode.
* Played with in ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'': The [[StatuesqueStunner imposing]] and [[TheBrute scary]] [[BombThrowingAnarchists Red Lotus]] [[HavingABlast combustionbender]] [[ColdSniper P'Li]] has eyes of [[DownplayedTrope an unusual shade of russet]]—which is [[JustifiedTrope still in keeping with the usual theme]] of [[PlayingWithFire firebenders]] having [[ElementalEyeColors gold or brown eyes]]—and a ''bright scarlet'' one [[PowerTattoo tattooed]] on her [[ThirdEye forehead]].
** Played straight with Unalaq, whenever he enters the Avatar State, and in his Dark Avatar form.
* WesternAnimation/CountDuckula's demented cousin, a pyromaniac vamp who likes to dismember his victims. Also El Loco, the vicious bull Duckula has to fight.
* On ''WesternAnimation/CodeMonkeys'', whenever a character gets really angry or psychotic, their pixel eyes will briefly become red.
3rd Mar '17 2:36:57 PM Kaiseror
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* "Webcomic/SlightlyDamned": Subverted with [[ThePollyanna Buwaro]] [[note]] At least when he isn't [[spoiler:''completely'' [[SuperpoweredEvilSide berserk]]]] [[/note]] or [[DefectingForLove Lakritz]] who are both among the kinder demons around, however red seems to be one of the most common demon eye colors and most of them play it straight. The most notable of these demons is [[spoiler:Iratu]] who at first seems to be friendly but [[InVinoVeritas that's]] because he was drunk and when we see him sober we learn he is a cunning and powerful General of [[LegionsOfHell Hell's Army]] who [[spoiler:leads an attack on a major city that kills hundreds if not thousands of innocent people.]]
3rd Mar '17 11:30:24 AM Arivne
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** 1st/2nd Edition evil monsters with red eyes
*** From various official supplements: babau demon (ChaoticEvil), cloaker (attacks and kills victims), cockatrice (turns victim to stone), ettercap (NeutralEvil, "usually blood-red in color"), giant strider (NeutralEvil), guardian daemon (kills anyone who approaches), harginn grue (NeutralEvil, "glow dark red"), hellcat (LawfulEvil), ildriss grue (NeutralEvil, "faintly gleaming red"), kobold (LawfulEvil), medusa (LawfulEvil), night hag (NeutralEvil), nightmare (NeutralEvil), tasked slayer genie (NeutralEvil), yeth hound (NeutralEvil), the demon lord Juiblex (ChaoticEvil), and the Nehwon god called Hate (ChaoticEvil).

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** 1st/2nd Edition evil evil/dangerous monsters with red eyes
*** From various official supplements: babau demon (ChaoticEvil), cloaker (attacks and kills victims), cockatrice (turns victim to stone), ettercap (NeutralEvil, "usually blood-red in color"), giant strider (NeutralEvil), guardian daemon (kills anyone who approaches), harginn grue (NeutralEvil, "glow dark red"), hellcat (LawfulEvil), ildriss grue (NeutralEvil, "faintly gleaming red"), kobold (LawfulEvil), manscorpion (NeutralEvil, GlowingEyes), medusa (LawfulEvil), night hag (NeutralEvil), nightmare (NeutralEvil), tasked slayer genie (NeutralEvil), yeth hound (NeutralEvil), the demon lord Juiblex (ChaoticEvil), and the Nehwon god called Hate (ChaoticEvil).



*** boxed set ''A Dozen and One Adventures''. The black idol in Al-Anwhar has two ruby eyes that glint malevolently. If the {{PC}}s touch the eyes, they can be {{Mind Control}}led into sacrificing themselves to the idol.

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*** boxed Boxed set ''A Dozen and One Adventures''. The black idol in Al-Anwhar has two ruby eyes that glint malevolently. If the {{PC}}s touch the eyes, they can be {{Mind Control}}led into sacrificing themselves to the idol.
3rd Mar '17 11:26:44 AM Arivne
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation''
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1049 SCP-1049 ("The Bonetaker Owl")]]. SCP-1049 is an owl that can suck a person's skeleton out of their body by biting them. It has red eyes.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1111 SCP-1111 ("The White Dog")]]. The title ghostly animal has red eyes that glow more brightly the closer it is to its point of origin. It savagely attacks all human beings that approach it.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1461 SCP-1461 ("House of the Worm")]]. In the accompanying story ''[[http://www.scp-wiki.net/the-worm The Worm]]'', exposure to the evil in the house changed some of the human workers into monsters with shining red eyes.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1819 SCP-1819 ("Darkness is Only Skin Deep")]]. The boogeyman that inflicts the dangerous SCP-1819 effect on children is described by the children as having a large "bright" or "burning" red eye.
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation''
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1049 SCP-1049 ("The Bonetaker Owl")]]. SCP-1049 is an owl that can suck a person's skeleton out of their body by biting them. It has red eyes.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1111 SCP-1111 ("The White Dog")]]. The title ghostly animal has red eyes that glow more brightly the closer it is to its point of origin. It savagely attacks all human beings that approach it.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1461 SCP-1461 ("House of the Worm")]]. In the accompanying story ''[[http://www.scp-wiki.net/the-worm The Worm]]'', exposure to the evil in the house changed some of the human workers into monsters with shining red eyes.
** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1819 SCP-1819 ("Darkness is Only Skin Deep")]]. The boogeyman that inflicts the dangerous SCP-1819 effect on children is described by the children as having a large "bright" or "burning" red eye.
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