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15th Jan '18 9:43:46 AM Monolaf317
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* Spooky Scary Skeletons by Canadian FBI. At about 10 seconds in it comes up with Jeff the Killer's face and a loud screaming.

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* Spooky Scary Skeletons by Canadian FBI. At about 10 seconds in it comes up with Jeff the Killer's face and a loud screaming.screaming and flashing lights.
15th Jan '18 9:31:49 AM Monolaf317
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* Spooky Scary Skeletons by Canadian FBI. At about 10 seconds in it comes up with Jeff the Killer's face and a loud screaming.
15th Jan '18 9:18:02 AM Monolaf317
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* In the drama Cyberbully the anonymous troll lets Casey know he has full control of her computer by employing one of these.

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* In the drama Cyberbully ''Cyberbully'', the anonymous troll lets Casey know he has full control of her computer by employing one of these.



15th Jan '18 9:17:21 AM Monolaf317
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* "[[http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/subliminal Subliminal Music and Images]]" is often considered to be the [[NightmareFuel scariest screamer]] [[TurnedUpToEleven on the internet]]. After loading, an advertisement for gin is shown. After a few seconds, part of the image is highlighted and the word "SEX" is visible. An image for a flooring company appears, with a woman appearing to be touching her shoulder. The image is then flipped, so it appears the woman is masturbating herself. Then a song, Cradle of Filth's "Dinner at Deviant Palace" begins to play backward. The Lord's Prayer is heard along with faint noises. In the middle of the prayer, a loud scream is heard, after that. A flurry of disturbing pictures appears really fast before it cut to the message; the first one is a demon face from the movie Demoni, then Pazuzu's face from ''Film/TheExorcist'', then a gray-scale image of a dead woman from Rotten.com (don't go to that site, it's a ShockSite), and then a harlequin baby (which is not safe for work don't look that up either), and a gray-scale image of a mummy without wrappings. It ends with a message, "Never trust strange flash documents talking about subliminal stuff!" with metal music playing in the background.

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* "[[http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/subliminal Subliminal Music and Images]]" is often considered to be the [[NightmareFuel scariest screamer]] [[TurnedUpToEleven on the internet]]. After loading, an advertisement for gin is shown. After a few seconds, part of the image is highlighted and the word "SEX" is visible. An image for a flooring company appears, with a woman appearing to be touching her shoulder. The image is then flipped, so it appears the woman is masturbating herself. Then a song, Cradle of Filth's "Dinner at Deviant Palace" begins to play backward. The Lord's Prayer is heard along with faint noises. In the middle of the prayer, a loud scream is heard, after that. A flurry of disturbing pictures appears really fast before it cut to the message; the first one is a demon face from the movie Demoni, then Pazuzu's face from ''Film/TheExorcist'', then a gray-scale image of a dead woman from Rotten.com (don't go to that site, it's a ShockSite), ShockSite, and then a harlequin baby (which is not safe for work so don't look that up either), and a gray-scale image of a mummy without wrappings. It ends with a message, "Never trust strange flash documents talking about subliminal stuff!" with metal music playing in the background.
14th Jan '18 6:17:47 PM Monolaf317
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** There were also 2 sequel episodes, at the end of [[http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/chris2 episode two]], [[spoiler:there was a menu where you could select to either to go back to Albino Blacksheep's main site, replay the video, or go to the creator's website. However, moving the mouse over any of them brings up a picture with the same scream used in the first CTJ. Moving the mouse over "Back to ABS" makes the ghost used in the first CTJ pop up, moving it over "Replay" makes a grey-scale cloaked man pop up, moving it over "Website" makes a picture of the creator pop up (as a joke). None of the buttons actually work.]] [[http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/chris3 Episode three]][[spoiler: could be a parody since it was the only episode to have no real screamer part. In the middle, there was a quick appearance of the ghost from the first one (with no scream).]]

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** There were also 2 sequel episodes, at the end of [[http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/chris2 episode two]], [[spoiler:there was a menu where you could select to either to go back to Albino Blacksheep's main site, replay the video, or go to the creator's website. However, moving the mouse over any of them brings up a picture with the same scream used in the first CTJ. Moving the mouse over "Back to ABS" makes the ghost used in the first CTJ pop up, moving it over "Replay" makes a grey-scale cloaked man pop up, moving it over "Website" makes a picture of the creator pop up (as a joke). None of the buttons actually work.]] ]]
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[[http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/chris3 Episode three]][[spoiler: could be a parody since it was the only episode to have no real screamer part. In the middle, there was a quick appearance of the ghost from the first one (with no scream).]]
3rd Jan '18 9:53:12 AM louisXVI
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* "K-Fee" is a coffee beverage sold by a German company with a similar name. They have made nine different television commercials that imitate the screamers found online (they were actually shown on TV in Germany). The most popular one is the one featuring a car driving through a road, but after the car disappeared, a green zombie jumps up with a loud monstrous scream. The reason why it is more popular than the other commercials is because it was passed around the internet and was said to be a commercial that was never aired on TV because a ghostly mist would appear next to the car about halfway through the commercial.
*** The K-Fee car commercial was only one of the nine K-Fee screamer commercials:
*** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7fTeT3g1AA Video featuring the infamous K-Fee car commercial]]

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* "K-Fee" is a coffee beverage sold by a German company with a similar name. They have made nine different television commercials that imitate the screamers found online (they were actually shown on TV in Germany). The most popular one is the one featuring a car driving through a scenic country road, but after the car disappeared, a green zombie jumps up with a loud monstrous scream. The reason why it is more popular than the other commercials is because it was passed around the internet and was said to be a commercial that was never aired on TV because a ghostly mist would appear next to the car about halfway through the commercial.
*** The K-Fee car commercial was only one of the
commercial. In all, there wound up being nine K-Fee screamer commercials:
*** [[http://www."[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7fTeT3g1AA Video featuring K-Fee Car]]" - the first, infamous K-Fee car commercial]]commercial that started it all.
3rd Jan '18 9:51:21 AM louisXVI
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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7fTeT3g1AA Video featuring the infamous K-Fee car commercial]]
** The K-Fee car commercial was only one of the nine K-Fee screamer commercials. In 2006, there were three parody commercials released on German television to advertise a new variant of K-Fee coffee with less caffeine.

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** *** The K-Fee car commercial was only one of the nine K-Fee screamer commercials:
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[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7fTeT3g1AA Video featuring the infamous K-Fee car commercial]]
** The K-Fee car commercial was only one of the nine K-Fee screamer commercials. In 2006, there were three parody commercials released on German television to advertise a new variant of K-Fee coffee with less caffeine.
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** In 2006, there were three parody commercials released on German television to advertise a new variant of K-Fee coffee with less caffeine.
28th Dec '17 7:02:14 PM Chariset
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A Screamer Prank (usually referred to either as a "Screamer" or a "Prank") is a type of JumpScare that's combined with SurpriseCreepy. Originating on the [[WebOriginal Internet]], it pretends at first to be a game, a test, a still image, a video that is not meant to be scary, etc. (more often than not, you will be instructed to look very closely at the image or turn your volume up). Then a scary image (usually a NightmareFace) pops up with either a scream or a ScareChord, which is also when you realize -- after you pry yourself off the ceiling, of course -- that you've been pranked.

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A Screamer Prank (usually referred to either as a "Screamer" or a "Prank") "Screamer") is a type of JumpScare that's combined with SurpriseCreepy. Originating on the [[WebOriginal Internet]], it pretends at first to be a game, a test, a still image, a video that is not meant to be scary, etc. (more often than not, you will be instructed to look very closely at the image or turn your volume up). Then a scary image (usually a NightmareFace) pops up with either a scream or a ScareChord, which is also when you realize -- after you pry you've pried yourself off the ceiling, of course -- that you've been pranked.



These are known for utilizing SchmuckBait to a shameless degree and one of the many reasons [[ProperlyParanoid why one should be wary of clicking on certain links on the internet]]. Also see ShockSite and LastNoteNightmare, the latter being when a song has a creepy ending.

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These are known for utilizing SchmuckBait to a shameless degree and one of the many reasons [[ProperlyParanoid why one should be wary of clicking on certain links on the internet]]. Also see ShockSite (horrifying imagery without the JumpScare) and LastNoteNightmare, the latter being when a song has a creepy ending.
28th Dec '17 7:00:12 PM Chariset
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A Screamer Prank (usually referred to either as a "Screamer" or a "Prank") is a type of JumpScare that's combined with SurpriseCreepy. Originating on the [[WebOriginal Internet]], it pretends at first to be a game, a test, a still image, a video that is not meant to be scary, etc. (more often than not, you will be instructed to turn your volume up... all the way up). Then a scary image (usually a NightmareFace) pops up with either a scream or a ScareChord, which is also when you realize that what you were viewing before the Jump Scare was fake all along.

While all screamers are supposed to be scary, there are a few that go UpToEleven with the NightmareFuel, but there are also some others that end up being NightmareRetardant.

These are known for utilizing SchmuckBait to a shameless degree and one of the many reasons [[ProperlyParanoid why one should be paranoid clicking on certain links on the internet]]. Also see ShockSite and LastNoteNightmare, the latter being when a song has a creepy ending.

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A Screamer Prank (usually referred to either as a "Screamer" or a "Prank") is a type of JumpScare that's combined with SurpriseCreepy. Originating on the [[WebOriginal Internet]], it pretends at first to be a game, a test, a still image, a video that is not meant to be scary, etc. (more often than not, you will be instructed to look very closely at the image or turn your volume up... all the way up). Then a scary image (usually a NightmareFace) pops up with either a scream or a ScareChord, which is also when you realize -- after you pry yourself off the ceiling, of course -- that what you were viewing before the Jump Scare was fake all along.

While all
you've been pranked.

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screamers are supposed to be scary, there are a few that startle the viewer, though some go UpToEleven with the NightmareFuel, but there are also some NightmareFuel and others are so comical or ineptly done that they end up being NightmareRetardant.

These are known for utilizing SchmuckBait to a shameless degree and one of the many reasons [[ProperlyParanoid why one should be paranoid wary of clicking on certain links on the internet]]. Also see ShockSite and LastNoteNightmare, the latter being when a song has a creepy ending.
17th Dec '17 7:27:29 PM Ajiryn
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** A straighter example of this occurs in some of the games after a game over. Rarely, instead of being taken to the front menu, the player gets to enjoy a few seconds inside an 8-bit minigame where they can wander around. While they are kind of interesting in that some of them portray a little bit of background of the game's setting, they have a tendency to suddenly end with one of the animatronics from the actual game lunging out of the screen.
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