History Main / ScreamerPrank

9th Jun '18 10:24:40 AM costanton11
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* {{In-universe}} example in [[http://www.gocomics.com/theargylesweater/2012/06/01 this]] ''The Argyle Sweater'' comic.

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* {{In-universe}} InUniverse example in [[http://www.gocomics.com/theargylesweater/2012/06/01 this]] ''The Argyle Sweater'' comic.
31st May '18 6:08:11 AM Andyroid
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'': An interstitial short about Mabel watching Gravity Falls' public access channel featured a KitschyLocalCommercial for the Mystery Shack, which inexplicably ended with a sudden, brief close-up of Stan's face while he let out a maniacal laugh.

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'': ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'':
** In "Summerween", Stan repeatedly tries to scare two jaded trick-or-treaters. When he asks them what ''they'' find scary, they show him a video of a cute kitten that suddenly jumps to a screaming, monstrous face.
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An interstitial short about Mabel watching Gravity Falls' public access channel featured a KitschyLocalCommercial for the Mystery Shack, which inexplicably ended with a sudden, brief close-up of Stan's face while he let out a maniacal laugh.
31st May '18 6:03:50 AM Andyroid
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'': An interstitial short about Mabel watching Gravity Falls' public access channel featured a {{Kitschy Local Commercial|s}} for the Mystery Shack, which inexplicably ended with a sudden, brief close-up of Stan's face while he let out a maniacal laugh.

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'': An interstitial short about Mabel watching Gravity Falls' public access channel featured a {{Kitschy Local Commercial|s}} KitschyLocalCommercial for the Mystery Shack, which inexplicably ended with a sudden, brief close-up of Stan's face while he let out a maniacal laugh.
31st May '18 6:02:45 AM Andyroid
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* The scene in the ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' episode "Guardians of Sunshine" where Finn and Jake creep up on Sleepy Sam.



* The scene in the ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' episode "Guardians of Sunshine" where Finn and Jake creep up on Sleepy Sam.

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'': An interstitial short about Mabel watching Gravity Falls' public access channel featured a {{Kitschy Local Commercial|s}} for the Mystery Shack, which inexplicably ended with a sudden, brief close-up of Stan's face while he let out a maniacal laugh.
* In a ''WesternAnimation/RabbidsInvasion'' video called "Find
The scene in Rabbid," the ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' episode "Guardians of Sunshine" where Finn viewer is asked to find the Rabbid, but there is no Rabbid... just a peaceful pond. A few seconds later, a Rabbid jumps out and Jake creep screams, and then three Rabbids laugh, indicating that it was a Screamer Prank made up on Sleepy Sam.by the Rabbids.



* In a ''WesternAnimation/RabbidsInvasion'' video called "Find The Rabbid," the viewer is asked to find the Rabbid, but there is no Rabbid... just a peaceful pond. A few seconds later, a Rabbid jumps out and screams, and then three Rabbids laugh, indicating that it was a Screamer Prank made up by the Rabbids.
31st Mar '18 12:55:40 PM nombretomado
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* "[[http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/kikia Kikia]]" is one the first screamers to be widely spread and thus provide inspiration for other similar creations. It originated on Taiwan's Kimo webhosting service from a person with the online username "Netspooky." The first frame shows a cartoon boy sits on a lawn gazing at the sky. Two lines of Chinese text appear. A rough translation is "Hasn't it been a long time... / Haven't looked at the sky closely...". The second frame shows the boy walking down a city street lined with buildings. A rough translation of the Chinese text is "Walking on the street... / You see...". Third frame shows a picture of a ghost woman from FatalFrame with a piercing scream. The last frame has "Kikia" in yellow text. This does not loop.

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* "[[http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/kikia Kikia]]" is one the first screamers to be widely spread and thus provide inspiration for other similar creations. It originated on Taiwan's Kimo webhosting service from a person with the online username "Netspooky." The first frame shows a cartoon boy sits on a lawn gazing at the sky. Two lines of Chinese text appear. A rough translation is "Hasn't it been a long time... / Haven't looked at the sky closely...". The second frame shows the boy walking down a city street lined with buildings. A rough translation of the Chinese text is "Walking on the street... / You see...". Third frame shows a picture of a ghost woman from FatalFrame ''VideoGame/FatalFrame'' with a piercing scream. The last frame has "Kikia" in yellow text. This does not loop.
15th Mar '18 4:47:09 PM Jeduthun
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* InUniverse in ''Film/{{Bedeviled}}'': Two of the main characters prank their friend into watching a video that is supposed to have hypnotic imagery, and film his reaction it shows him a JumpScare from a MonsterClown.

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* InUniverse in ''Film/{{Bedeviled}}'': Two of the main characters prank their friend into watching a video that is supposed to have hypnotic imagery, and film his reaction as it shows him a JumpScare from a MonsterClown.
15th Mar '18 4:44:19 PM Jeduthun
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* InUniverse in Film/{{Bedeviled}}: Two of the main characters prank their friend into watching a video that is supposed to have hypnotic imagery, and film his reaction it shows him a JumpScare from a MonsterClown.

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* InUniverse in Film/{{Bedeviled}}: ''Film/{{Bedeviled}}'': Two of the main characters prank their friend into watching a video that is supposed to have hypnotic imagery, and film his reaction it shows him a JumpScare from a MonsterClown.
15th Mar '18 4:44:00 PM Jeduthun
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* InUniverse in Film/{{Bedeviled}}: Two of the main characters prank their friend into watching a video that is supposed to have hypnotic imagery, and film his reaction it shows him a JumpScare from a MonsterClown.
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3rd Mar '18 2:29:30 PM DZAladan
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[[folder:Computer Softwares]]
* [=NightMare=] is probably the precursor of all screamer pranks on computers. It was developed in 1990 by Patrick Evans for Commodore Amiga computers and distributed via Fish Disks. All it does is staying idle in the background then, every five minutes, [[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/8b/NightMare_Amiga_scareware.png a skull with a bleeding crack]] appears all of a sudden for less than a second accompanied by a loud shriek. It is credited as first scareware of its kind.
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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.
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