History NightmareFuel / Supernatural

13th Jun '17 8:16:30 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** The dreaded cymbal monkey clanging as [[spoiler: the poor repairman's arm gets caught in the garbage disposal unit.]]

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** The dreaded [[CymbalBangingMonkey cymbal monkey monkey]] clanging as [[spoiler: the poor repairman's arm gets caught in the garbage disposal unit.]]
20th May '17 10:12:06 AM kalel32688
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* As if all the tearjerkers weren't enough, the episode ends with Sam following footprints into the nursery, where he hears a ringing angelic frequency. He looks and sees someone...or ''something''...huddled in a dark corner. He moves closer, then stops and gasps at what he sees: A small, naked boy who gives off GlowingEyesOfDoom as he smiles evilly at Sam. Ladies and gentlemen, [[spoiler:meet Jack, the son of Lucifer]].

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* As if all the tearjerkers in this particular episode weren't enough, the episode ends with final act has Sam following burning footprints into the nursery, nursery that Kelly set up earlier, where he hears a ringing angelic frequency. He looks and sees someone...or ''something''...huddled in a dark corner. He moves closer, then stops and gasps at what he sees: A small, naked boy young man who gives off GlowingEyesOfDoom as he smiles evilly at Sam. Ladies and gentlemen, [[spoiler:meet Jack, the son of Lucifer]].
19th May '17 5:14:03 AM kalel32688
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[[folder:Season 12]]
[[AC:12x23 - All Along the Watchtower]]
* As if all the tearjerkers weren't enough, the episode ends with Sam following footprints into the nursery, where he hears a ringing angelic frequency. He looks and sees someone...or ''something''...huddled in a dark corner. He moves closer, then stops and gasps at what he sees: A small, naked boy who gives off GlowingEyesOfDoom as he smiles evilly at Sam. Ladies and gentlemen, [[spoiler:meet Jack, the son of Lucifer]].
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8th Mar '17 3:49:22 AM IntoTheUnknown
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** Only for a moment, but the creepy mask in the art room that seems to be designed with blood coming out of its eyes and mouth.
20th Feb '17 4:12:49 PM IntoTheUnknown
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**Lilith asking Dean if he does remember what happened in Hell. The thing is, though he's terrified, he doesn't seem to be scared of the horrible memories, or at least doesn't remember fully, meaning that whatever happened down there was so bad that Dean blocked it from his memories.
15th Feb '17 7:25:24 PM IntoTheUnknown
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**The idea that the Seven can get you to act on things you are capable of doing, but don't because of commen sense and survival instinct. The woman who killed, just to get the shoes, something we are all capable of, but don't do, because of commen sense.


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**The bodies of the people touched by Sloth...just sort of withered, with the veins visible.


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**If they hadn't stopped her when they did, Dean would have slashed that poor guy's stomach open, not relising that he's being controled, or at least influenced to play out that series of events.


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**Whoever was in that sack was alive, but not yet in too bad condition to be mearly groaning in pain. He hadn't been finished off yet, or brought to a state of near death, so he was likely in there in fear, waiting in pain and fear, to escape.


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**All of Dean's deaths. Its played for laughs, but the ways Sam trys to save him, only to have it blow up in his face, and kill Dean in some other way. For months on end.
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**And a reminder that this was just a child ghost, one with a very strong grudge. The idea that a child is that angry, to slowly kill all your loved ones, so that you feel despair, just before he comes after you...
13th Jan '17 3:15:24 AM NightShade96
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* Episode 1 - "Pilot:"

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* Episode 1 - "Pilot:""Pilot":



* Episode 2 - "Wendigo:" The Monster of the Week is a creature that attacks in the dead of night in the middle of an isolated part of the woods. Oh, and it can unlock doors and get inside your house, and in the episode, you never see it from the front standing in the light. You only see the the characters' reactions to it when it appears. Good luck and sweet dreams if you live in Wendigo territory.

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* Episode 2 - "Wendigo:" "Wendigo": The Monster of the Week is a creature that attacks in the dead of night in the middle of an isolated part of the woods. Oh, and it can unlock doors and get inside your house, and in the episode, you never see it from the front standing in the light. You only see the the characters' reactions to it when it appears. Good luck and sweet dreams if you live in Wendigo territory.



* Episode 3 - "Dead in the Water:" The ghost of Peter Sweeney dragging his victims down into the dark water is terrifying enough, but the idea that he can get at you from any source of water; a bathtub, a kitchen sink... Shudder.
* Episode 4 - "Phantom Traveller:" The very idea of Demonic Possession is NightmareFuel, you might be a little scared or nervous about something important or scary to you, and then a monster from hell takes your body for a joy-ride and will do whatever it wants with it, and the odds are vastly against you ever being released even if you die while it's riding you.
* Episode 5 - "Bloody Mary:"

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* Episode 3 - "Dead in the Water:" Water": The ghost of Peter Sweeney dragging his victims down into the dark water is terrifying enough, but the idea that he can get at you from any source of water; a bathtub, a kitchen sink... Shudder.
* Episode 4 - "Phantom Traveller:" Traveller": The very idea of Demonic Possession is NightmareFuel, you might be a little scared or nervous about something important or scary to you, and then a monster from hell takes your body for a joy-ride and will do whatever it wants with it, and the odds are vastly against you ever being released even if you die while it's riding you.
* Episode 5 - "Bloody Mary:"Mary":



* Episode 6 - "Skin:"
** Shifter!Dean tearing his skin off. The worst part may well be when he ''pulls out his own teeth.'' "Hey Man Nice Shot" just makes it all the more effective.

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* Episode 6 - "Skin:"
"Skin":
** Shifter!Dean tearing his skin off. The worst part may well be when he ''pulls out his own teeth.'' teeth''. "Hey Man Nice Shot" just makes it all the more effective.



* Episode 7 - "Hook Man:" "Aren't you glad you didn't turn on the lights?"
* Episode 8 - "Bugs:" Bugs in the shower. Bugs all around you if you fall into a pit by accident. Bugs crawling in your ears, in your eyes, swarms of bugs... [[spoiler: And then the skies fill with them and your only option is to hide and try to last the night.]]
* Episode 9 - "Home:"

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* Episode 7 - "Hook Man:" Man": "Aren't you glad you didn't turn on the lights?"
* Episode 8 - "Bugs:" "Bugs": Bugs in the shower. Bugs all around you if you fall into a pit by accident. Bugs crawling in your ears, in your eyes, swarms of bugs... bugs… [[spoiler: And then the skies fill with them and your only option is to hide and try to last the night.]]
* Episode 9 - "Home:""Home":



* Episode 10 - "Asylum:" One scene features a few seconds of a random ex-patient twitching writhing violently in a straitjacket. Sam and Dean finish talking about something and walk away, camera pans out, and then it's like something straight out of Franchise/SilentHill.
* Episode 11 - "Scarecrow:" The Monster of the Week is terrifying enough, a pagan god that hunts you through the forest, takes you, skins you and wears you for a year until its next victims come along. But even worse is the seemingly friendly townspeople that will give you a free meal, fix your car, and send you into the forest to become food for their god.
* Episode 12 - "Faith:" The Reaper as it takes life, the creepy smile on its face as it rips the very life-force from its victims is horrifying.
* Episode 13 - "Route 666:" Cyrus Dorian's water-logged corpse falling from his truck in a sudden jump-shot is as quick as it is startling.
* Episode 14 - "Nightmare:"

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* Episode 10 - "Asylum:" "Asylum": One scene features a few seconds of a random ex-patient twitching writhing violently in a straitjacket. Sam and Dean finish talking about something and walk away, camera pans out, and then it's like something straight out of Franchise/SilentHill.
* Episode 11 - "Scarecrow:" "Scarecrow": The Monster of the Week is terrifying enough, a pagan god that hunts you through the forest, takes you, skins you and wears you for a year until its next victims come along. But even worse is the seemingly friendly townspeople that will give you a free meal, fix your car, and send you into the forest to become food for their god.
* Episode 12 - "Faith:" "Faith": The Reaper as it takes life, the creepy smile on its face as it rips the very life-force from its victims is horrifying.
* Episode 13 - "Route 666:" 666": Cyrus Dorian's water-logged corpse falling from his truck in a sudden jump-shot is as quick as it is startling.
* Episode 14 - "Nightmare:""Nightmare":



--> [[spoiler: Stepmother:]] [[spoiler: Max,]] I'm sorry!
--> [[spoiler: Max:]] No you're not. You just don't want to die.
* Episode 15 - "The Benders:"

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--> [[spoiler: Stepmother:]] Stepmother]]: [[spoiler: Max,]] I'm sorry!
--> [[spoiler: Max:]] Max]]: No you're not. You just don't want to die.
* Episode 15 - "The Benders:"Benders":



** The sheer terror that the Victim of the Week goes through as the Benders hunt him through the forest, laughing at his fear and stumbling attempts to escape or fight back, ending in them putting him down like a wounded animal. Plus all the junked cars and pictures on their trophy wall, they've been doing this a long time...
* Episode 16 - "The Shadows:" The Daevas are still, after 10 seasons, one of the most terrifying things this show has ever featured. They have no physical body, they are the shadows and they will tear you to shreds while you are completely unable to fight back. After all how do you fight a shadow?
* Episode 17 - "Hell House:" Mordechai Murdoch is scary, but the real NightmareFuel here is the idea of a Tulpa. How many monsters exist in the ''Supernatural'' world just because somewhere, somebody believed in them enough...
* Episode 18 - "Something Wicked:" The image of the Shtriga sprawled over little children, drinking their souls as they lie there, helpless, is terrifying. Even worse is the knowledge that he has done this before, and nobody managed to stop him there. He claimed what looked like 10-20 children, and according to Sam who saw the records of the towns he last victimised: "[He was] just getting started."
* Episode 19 - "Provenance:" Melanie Merchant killing her parents and siblings in their beds with a straight razor is scary, the noise she makes when she finds Sam and what her face does; sheer NightmareFuel.
* Episode 20 - "Dead Man's Blood:"

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** The sheer terror that the Victim of the Week goes through as the Benders hunt him through the forest, laughing at his fear and stumbling attempts to escape or fight back, ending in them putting him down like a wounded animal. Plus Plus, all the junked cars and pictures on their trophy wall, wall indicate they've been doing this a long time...
time…
* Episode 16 - "The Shadows:" Shadows": The Daevas are still, after 10 seasons, one of the most terrifying things this show has ever featured. They have no physical body, they are the shadows and they will tear you to shreds while you are completely unable to fight back. After all how do you fight a shadow?
* Episode 17 - "Hell House:" House": Mordechai Murdoch is scary, but the real NightmareFuel here is the idea of a Tulpa. How many monsters exist in the ''Supernatural'' world just because somewhere, somebody believed in them enough...
enough…
* Episode 18 - "Something Wicked:" Wicked": The image of the Shtriga sprawled over little children, drinking their souls as they lie there, helpless, is terrifying. Even worse is the knowledge that he has done this before, and nobody managed to stop him there. He claimed what looked like 10-20 children, and according to Sam who saw the records of the towns he last victimised: "[He was] just getting started."
* Episode 19 - "Provenance:" "Provenance": Melanie Merchant killing her parents and siblings in their beds with a straight razor is scary, the noise she makes when she finds Sam and what her face does; sheer NightmareFuel.
* Episode 20 - "Dead Man's Blood:"Blood":



* Episode 22 - "Devil's Trap:" It might be FanService for some, FanDisservice for others, but the scene where Dean is bleeding to death (HIS ORGANS ARE MAKING SQUELCHING NOISES) was made even worse by the "Daddy, please..." with him crying and the blood running freely from his mouth and the demon letting John come back up to make him watch...

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* Episode 22 - "Devil's Trap:" Trap": It might be FanService for some, FanDisservice for others, but the scene where Dean is bleeding to death (HIS ORGANS ARE MAKING SQUELCHING NOISES) was made even worse by the "Daddy, please..." please…" with him crying and the blood running freely from his mouth and the demon letting John come back up to make him watch...watch…



* Episode 1 - "In My Time of Dying:" Tessa's true form looks like a cross between a ghost and a corpse that's been underground for a hundred years.
* Episode 2 - "Everybody Loves a Clown:"
** The MonsterClown and how he takes his victims, their children let him in. Because after all; [[BlatantLies Everybody Loves a Clown.]]

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* Episode 1 - "In My Time of Dying:" Dying": Tessa's true form looks like a cross between a ghost and a corpse that's been underground for a hundred years.
* Episode 2 - "Everybody Loves a Clown:"
Clown":
** The MonsterClown and how he takes his victims, victims; their children let him in. Because after all; all, [[BlatantLies Everybody Loves a Clown.]]



* Episode 3 - "Blood Lust:" A female vampire is decapitated in the beginning. Gordon nearly gets decapitated by a vampire but Dean shows up in time to decapitate the vampire instead. And then there's when Eli bares his teeth and gets menacingly close to Sam or when he and another guy assault Sam in his motel room.
* Episode 4 - "Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things:" The Literature/PetSematary vibe that Angela gives off makes her creepy, but her sudden switches from serene calm to murderous rage is terrifying, especially when she goes after a victim.
* Episode 5 - "Simon Said:"
** Dean being [[MindRape roofied]] into putting the gun to his head. Finding out about his suicide / death seeking nature just makes it a [[TearJerker hundred times worse.]]

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* Episode 3 - "Blood Lust:" Lust": A female vampire is decapitated in the beginning. Gordon nearly gets decapitated by a vampire but Dean shows up in time to decapitate the vampire instead. And then there's when Eli bares his teeth and gets menacingly close to Sam or when he and another guy assault Sam in his motel room.
* Episode 4 - "Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things:" Things": The Literature/PetSematary vibe that Angela gives off makes her creepy, but her sudden switches from serene calm to murderous rage is are terrifying, especially when she goes after a victim.
* Episode 5 - "Simon Said:"
Said":
** Dean being [[MindRape roofied]] into putting the gun to his head. Finding out about his suicide / death seeking death-seeking nature just makes it a [[TearJerker hundred times worse.]]



* Episode 6 - "No Exit:" The sheer terror that Holmes' victims must have felt, locked in those iron coffins as he whispers to them and strokes them, lingering and exclaiming how soft they are. Dean pulling out a bloody hank of hair and scalp makes it even worse, how did Holmes actually kill and dispose of them?
* Episode 7 - "Usual Suspects:" The ghost with the slit throat trying to ''talk.''
* Episode 8 - "Crossroad Blues:" Knowing what one goes through near the end of their time as seen in this episode (and later personally by Dean in "No Rest for the Wicked"). If it wasn't bad enough that you'll always be seeing the faces of everyone you see suddenly take on the appearance of rotting corpses as a reminder that your time is almost up, you also have to eventually face those damn hell hounds...

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* Episode 6 - "No Exit:" Exit": The sheer terror that Holmes' victims must have felt, locked in those iron coffins as he whispers to them and strokes them, lingering and exclaiming how soft they are. Dean pulling out a bloody hank of hair and scalp makes it even worse, how did Holmes actually kill and dispose of them?
* Episode 7 - "Usual Suspects:" Suspects": The ghost with the slit throat trying to ''talk.''
* Episode 8 - "Crossroad Blues:" Blues": Knowing what one goes through near the end of their time as seen in this episode (and later personally by Dean in "No Rest for the Wicked"). If it wasn't bad enough that you'll always be seeing the faces of everyone you see suddenly take on the appearance of rotting corpses as a reminder that your time is almost up, you also have to eventually face those damn hell hounds...hounds…



--> '''Duane Tanner:''' I... I saw Roger [=Mc=]Gill being dragged out of his house by people we know! They started cutting him with knives!
* Episode 13 - "Houses of the Holy:"

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--> '''Duane Tanner:''' I... I… I saw Roger [=Mc=]Gill being dragged out of his house by people we know! They started cutting him with knives!
* Episode 13 - "Houses of the Holy:"Holy":



** The other two victims were disturbing as well. The first one who kidnapped two college students and buried them under his basement, dead or alive we don't know, and the second who was grooming a thirteen year old girl over the internet. If "the Angel" hadn't stopped them...
* Episode 14 - "Born Under a Bad Sign:"
** The near-rape scene. Maybe it's because we don't know Sam is possessed at this point, maybe it's because it's one of the leads doing the near-raping, maybe it's the size difference, maybe it's because Creator/JaredPadalecki is scarily good at being menacing and Alona Tal was fantastic at acting terrified... There's a subtle but very noticeable contrast to how he normally acts -- the way he hunches just a little and is generally the non threatening of the duo, and all of a sudden his body language is a bit more aggressive and his smile just a little too gleeful, almost a SlasherSmile compared to his usual quick, wide, innocent one. The scare comes at least in part from the fact that you are aware that the 6"4" Sam could easily take down the petite, untrained Jo with no real effort just before he proceeds to do so.

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** The other two victims were disturbing as well. The first one who kidnapped two college students and buried them under his basement, dead or alive we don't know, and the second who was grooming a thirteen year old thirteen-year-old girl over the internet. Internet. If "the Angel" hadn't stopped them...
them…
* Episode 14 - "Born Under a Bad Sign:"
Sign":
** The near-rape scene. Maybe it's because we don't know Sam is possessed at this point, maybe it's because it's one of the leads doing the near-raping, maybe it's the size difference, maybe it's because Creator/JaredPadalecki is scarily good at being menacing and Alona Tal was fantastic at acting terrified... terrified… There's a subtle but very noticeable contrast to how he normally acts -- the way he hunches just a little and is generally the non threatening of the duo, and all of a sudden his body language is a bit more aggressive and his smile just a little too gleeful, almost a SlasherSmile compared to his usual quick, wide, innocent one. The scare comes at least in part from the fact that you are aware that the 6"4" Sam could easily take down the petite, untrained Jo with no real effort just before he proceeds to do so.



* Episode 16 - "Roadkill:" The ghost of Jonah Greely, who Dean describes as "[looking] like he lost a fight with a lawnmower."
* Episode 17 - "Heart:"

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* Episode 16 - "Roadkill:" "Roadkill": The ghost of Jonah Greely, who Dean describes as "[looking] like he lost a fight with a lawnmower."
* Episode 17 - "Heart:""Heart":



* Episode 20 - "What Is And What Should Never Be:" Djinns have been tricking people into staying in their own heads, happy for "years," whilst outside they're slowly dying. On the other hand, imagine if Dean's dream was real; what if Sam had had to watch his brother kill himself, raving on about monsters and how the whole world is a dream?

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* Episode 20 - "What Is And What Should Never Be:" Be": Djinns have been tricking people into staying in their own heads, happy for "years," whilst outside they're slowly dying. On the other hand, imagine if Dean's dream was real; what if Sam had had to watch his brother kill himself, raving on about monsters and how the whole world is a dream?



* Episode 1 - "The Magnificent Seven:"

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* Episode 1 - "The Magnificent Seven:"Seven":



* Episode 2 - "The Kids Are Alright:"

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* Episode 2 - "The Kids Are Alright:"Alright":



* Episode 3 - "Bad Day at Black Rock:" The gruesome fate of Wayne once he loses the Rabbit's Foot. GoryDiscretion shot helps, but not as much as you'd think.
* Episode 5 - "Bedtime Stories:"

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* Episode 3 - "Bad Day at Black Rock:" Rock": The gruesome fate of Wayne once he loses the Rabbit's Foot. GoryDiscretion shot helps, but not as much as you'd think.
* Episode 5 - "Bedtime Stories:"Stories":



** The worst might actually be the "Big Bad Wolf." This innocent guy was forced to murder multiple people because he had a tattoo of something a little girl mistook for a wolf. Unless he ran, he probably went to jail for what Callie forced him to do.
* Episode 8 - "A Very Supernatural Christmas:"

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** The worst might actually be the "Big Bad Wolf." Wolf". This innocent guy was forced to murder multiple people because he had a tattoo of something a little girl mistook for a wolf. Unless he ran, he probably went to jail for what Callie forced him to do.
* Episode 8 - "A Very Supernatural Christmas:"Christmas":



* Episode 9 - "Malleus Maleficarum:"

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* Episode 9 - "Malleus Maleficarum:"Maleficarum":



* Episode 10 - "Dream a Little Dream of Me:"
** Dean's {{Doppelganger}} especially after [[spoiler: Dean supposedly kills him.]] He gives Dean the BlackEyesOfEvil and...
---> '''Demon!Dean:''' You can't escape me, Dean. You're gonna die. And this-- ''This'' is what you're gonna become!

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* Episode 10 - "Dream a Little Dream of Me:"
Me":
** Dean's {{Doppelganger}} especially after [[spoiler: Dean supposedly kills him.]] He gives Dean the BlackEyesOfEvil and...
and…
---> '''Demon!Dean:''' You can't escape me, Dean. You're gonna die. And this-- this -- ''This'' is what you're gonna become!



* Episode 11 - "Mystery Spot:"

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* Episode 11 - "Mystery Spot:"Spot":



** Even worse was when Sam "killed Bobby." Sure it turned out to be the Trickster, but Sam did that on a hunch that it wasn't really the man whose become his adoptive father. What if he had been wrong...

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** Even worse was when Sam "killed Bobby." Bobby". Sure it turned out to be the Trickster, but Sam did that on a hunch that it wasn't really the man whose who had become his adoptive father. What if he had been wrong...wrong…



* Episode 12 - "Jus in Bello:" Lilith is total NightmareFuel. Not only is she possessing a little girl, younger than 11 from the look of it, she annihilates the police station and kills everybody that Sam and Dean saved. Horrible, and then it got even worse in Season 4...
* Episode 13 - "Ghostfacers:"

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* Episode 12 - "Jus in Bello:" Bello": Lilith is total NightmareFuel. Not only is she possessing a little girl, younger than 11 from the look of it, she annihilates the police station and kills everybody that Sam and Dean saved. Horrible, and then it got even worse in Season 4...
4…
* Episode 13 - "Ghostfacers:""Ghostfacers":



** Poor Corbett's fate. His terror as Daggett has him tied up in his basement with corpses dressed in party hats and ancient rotting birthday food. Then Daggett killing him while whispering: "It's ok."
* Episode 14 - "Long Distance Call:"

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** Poor Corbett's fate. His terror as Daggett has him tied up in his basement with corpses dressed in party hats and ancient rotting birthday food. Then Daggett killing him while whispering: "It's ok.OK."
* Episode 14 - "Long Distance Call:"Call":



* Episode 15 - "Time is on My Side:"

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* Episode 15 - "Time is on My Side:"Side":



* Episode 16 - "No Rest for the Wicked:"

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* Episode 16 - "No Rest for the Wicked:"Wicked":



* Episode 1 - "Lazarus Rising:"

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* Episode 1 - "Lazarus Rising:"Rising":



* Episode 2 - "Are You There, God? It's Me, Dean Winchester:"
** The unexplained NoodleIncident between Bobby and the two little girl witnesses;
---> '''Girl One''': You walked right past that door.
---> '''Girl Two''': The monster had us. And you didn't find us.
** The return of Henriksen, and learning [[spoiler: that when Lilith killed him and the rest of the survivors in "Jus in Bello" it took 45 minutes...]]

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* Episode 2 - "Are You There, God? It's Me, Dean Winchester:"
Winchester":
** The unexplained NoodleIncident between Bobby and the two little girl witnesses;
witnesses:
---> '''Girl One''': You walked right past that door.
--->
door.\\
'''Girl Two''': The monster had us. And you didn't find us.
** The return of Henriksen, and learning [[spoiler: that when Lilith killed him and the rest of the survivors in "Jus in Bello" it took 45 minutes...]]minutes…]]



* Episode 4 - "Metamorphosis:"

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* Episode 4 - "Metamorphosis:""Metamorphosis":



* Episode 6 - "Yellow Fever:" Lilith in Dean's hallucination revealing that every month in hell is actually 10 years. The terror in Dean's eyes as he realizes who has just grabbed onto him is another truly scary moment, even Azazel didn't scare him that much.
* Episode 7 - "It's the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester:"

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* Episode 6 - "Yellow Fever:" Fever": Lilith in Dean's hallucination revealing that every month in hell is actually 10 years. The terror in Dean's eyes as he realizes who has just grabbed onto him is another truly scary moment, even Azazel didn't scare him that much.
* Episode 7 - "It's the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester:"Winchester":



* Episode 9 - "I Know What You Did Last Summer:" Anna crying: "Her face!" while looking at Ruby sends the imagination into overdrive. The results can be nightmare inducing.
* Episode 11 - "Family Remains:"
** The brothers believe a family who just moved into a new house is being haunted by a ghost. Turns out the "ghost" is a human girl who lives in the walls. Most episodes, you can calm yourself down by reminding yourself that monsters aren't real, but not this time...

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* Episode 9 - "I Know What You Did Last Summer:" Summer": Anna crying: "Her face!" while looking at Ruby sends the imagination into overdrive. The results can be nightmare inducing.
* Episode 11 - "Family Remains:"
Remains":
** The brothers believe a family who just moved into a new house is being haunted by a ghost. Turns out the "ghost" is a human girl who lives in the walls. Most episodes, you can calm yourself down by reminding yourself that monsters aren't real, but not this time...time…



** FridgeHorror: There are two siblings. [[ParentalIncest Their dad / granddad got their mother / half-sister pregnant twice.]] After the first one ''[[FromBadToWorse he just kept going.]]''

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** FridgeHorror: There are two siblings. [[ParentalIncest Their dad / granddad got their mother / half-sister pregnant twice.]] After the first one one, ''[[FromBadToWorse he just kept going.]]''



* Castiel in "The End:" While not outright terrifying, the [[spoiler: BrokenAngel ness]] starts bad (normally straitlaced Cas organising hippie love-fests?) and just gets worse (normally straitlaced Cas turned organiser of hippie love-fests... Who is entirely unruffled, telling past-Dean about how he's effectively human and takes amphetamines as "a perfect complement to that absinthe," while on the way to what he knows is [[spoiler: his death?]]) Unsettling, even by ''Supernatural'''s standards:
--> '''Dean:''' Are you... Stoned?
--> '''Cas:''' Generally, yeah.

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* Castiel in "The End:" While not outright terrifying, the [[spoiler: BrokenAngel ness]] starts bad (normally straitlaced Cas organising hippie love-fests?) and just gets worse (normally straitlaced Cas turned organiser of hippie love-fests... love-fests… Who is entirely unruffled, telling past-Dean about how he's effectively human and takes amphetamines as "a perfect complement to that absinthe," while on the way to what he knows is [[spoiler: his death?]]) Unsettling, even by ''Supernatural'''s standards:
--> '''Dean:''' Are you... Stoned?
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you… stoned?\\
'''Cas:''' Generally, yeah.



* Lucifer any time really. First, he isn't the "devil" most people perceive. He's brutally honest, straight up with the Winchesters (and especially Sam) about his plans. Problem is, there's nothing they can do to stop him. [[spoiler: Even the Colt, which was said to be able to destroy just about anything, can't kill him.]] He's just a really nice guy who just happens to have the end of all human life on his agenda.

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* Lucifer Lucifer, any time really. First, he isn't the "devil" most people perceive. He's brutally honest, straight up with the Winchesters (and especially Sam) about his plans. Problem is, there's nothing they can do to stop him. [[spoiler: Even the Colt, which was said to be able to destroy just about anything, can't kill him.]] He's just a really nice guy who just happens to have the end of all human life on his agenda.



** His introduction. As "O Death" plays, a nearly skeletal man steps out of a car and quietly walks down the sidewalk. Someone bumps into him and blames him for it. Without a word, the man brushes off his shoulder... and a second later, the guy who bumped into him ''drops dead''. This is Death.

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** His introduction. As "O Death" plays, a nearly skeletal man steps out of a car and quietly walks down the sidewalk. Someone bumps into him and blames him for it. Without a word, the man brushes off his shoulder... shoulder… and a second later, the guy who bumped into him ''drops dead''. This is Death.



** "The Children Are Our Future:" The idea that someone could die just cause you tell [[RealityWarper the wrong kid]] LiesToChildren is both this and ParanoiaFuel.

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** * "The Children Are Our Future:" Future": The idea that someone could die just cause you tell [[RealityWarper the wrong kid]] LiesToChildren is both this and ParanoiaFuel.



* "You Can't Handle The Truth:" [[spoiler: Sam's]] increasingly cold behavior. In one occasion, when interrogating the sister of one of the vicitims, [[spoiler: Sam shows a total lack of empathy and appears to get a kick out of it when the sister breaks down in tears and confesses to lying.]] The deaths also count (the first one [[spoiler: being a girl asking for the truth, but [[GoneHorriblyRight it Went Horribly Right]] and she killed herself]] and the second one [[spoiler: being a {{Dirty Old Man}} drilled to death by the truth-cursed dentist in a fit of rage after confessing to having sex with said dentist's daughter Melissa while she was at his house for his own daughter's sleepover, knowing he wouldn't get caught, and he didn't. Said dentist later committed suicide himself.]])
* "Unforgiven:" Arachne's disfigured face. You can't tell if Arachne come that way or if they were from burns. And don't even get me started on the eyes. And since Arachne apparently breed, what did [[spoiler: Roy]] mean when [[spoiler: he told Sam he was [[DepravedBisexual considering turning him?]]]]
* "Mannequin 3: The Reckoning:" had possessed {{Murderous Mannequin}}s stalking people then killing them. The worst part was when they moved on-screen. At least one of the wikis for ''Supernatural'' changed its first recap picture for its page on the episode (that of a mannequin [[SlasherSmile smiling after killing someone]]) because it was a little too unsettling for some people.
* "... And Then There Were None:" The hissing parasitic "[[Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan Khan worm]]" that crawls into your ear and makes you kill people. At least you can see 30 foot monsters; this thing can hide and strike from anywhere. Plus it looks nasty.

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* "You Can't Handle The Truth:" Truth": [[spoiler: Sam's]] increasingly cold behavior. In one occasion, when interrogating the sister of one of the vicitims, victims, [[spoiler: Sam shows a total lack of empathy and appears to get a kick out of it when the sister breaks down in tears and confesses to lying.]] The deaths also count (the first one [[spoiler: being a girl asking for the truth, but [[GoneHorriblyRight it Went Horribly Right]] and she killed herself]] and the second one [[spoiler: being a {{Dirty Old Man}} DirtyOldMan drilled to death by the truth-cursed dentist in a fit of rage after confessing to having sex with said dentist's daughter Melissa while she was at his house for his own daughter's sleepover, knowing he wouldn't get caught, and he didn't. Said dentist later committed suicide himself.]])
* "Unforgiven:" "Unforgiven": Arachne's disfigured face. You can't tell if Arachne come that way or if they were from burns. And don't even get me started on the eyes. And since Arachne apparently breed, what did [[spoiler: Roy]] mean when [[spoiler: he told Sam he was [[DepravedBisexual considering turning him?]]]]
* "Mannequin 3: The Reckoning:" Reckoning" had possessed {{Murderous Mannequin}}s stalking people then killing them. The worst part was when they moved on-screen. At least one of the wikis for ''Supernatural'' changed its first recap picture for its page on the episode (that of a mannequin [[SlasherSmile smiling after killing someone]]) because it was a little too unsettling for some people.
* "... And "…And Then There Were None:" The hissing parasitic "[[Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan Khan worm]]" that crawls into your ear and makes you kill people. At least you can see 30 foot 30-foot monsters; this thing can hide and strike from anywhere. Plus Plus, it looks nasty.



* Season 7 introduces the Leviathans, who spread out into the water supply, infecting anyone who comes in contact with it. Think twice before you take that next drink from the water fountain...
** Not only that, but the fact that [[ParanoiaFuel anyone could be one of them, and you wouldn't know until it's too late.]] And then there's [[MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily those mouths...]]
** Leviathan's SlasherSmile and maniac glee. On the other hand, it's a SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome for Misha as an actor.

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* Season 7 introduces the Leviathans, who spread out into the water supply, infecting anyone who comes in contact with it. Think twice before you take that next drink from the a water fountain...
fountain…
** Not only that, but the fact that [[ParanoiaFuel anyone could be one of them, and you wouldn't know until it's too late.]] And then there's [[MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily those mouths...]]
mouths…]]
** Leviathan's The Leviathans' SlasherSmile and maniac glee. On the other hand, it's a SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome for Misha as an actor.



* The ending of "The Girl Next Door." The Leviathan taunts its victim and says: "Plain old people taste fine, but everything is better with cheese", then upends a pot of melted cheese onto his head and, while the victim screams, reveals his Leviathan face right to the camera as he moves in to eat the dying victim. Repulsive.

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* The ending of "The Girl Next Door." Door". The Leviathan taunts its victim and says: "Plain old people taste fine, but everything is better with cheese", then upends a pot of melted cheese onto his head and, while the victim screams, reveals his Leviathan face right to the camera as he moves in to eat the dying victim. Repulsive.



* The Leviathans' [[HumanResources plan.]] Unlike other evil plans in the show, that tend to focus only on supernatural aspects, Dick Roman is manipulating numerous parts of everyday life. He's taking control of the media, food companies, and more. Why? So he can ''manipulate everyone on the planet into becoming stupid, complacent, overweight sources of food for the Leviathans, and set up slaughterhouses so every human in the world can be used to make a massive meal for the Leviathans.'' Oh, and he's doing it in ways most people aren't even aware of until it is too late. Once you bite any of the tainted food he's put out there, it is so addictive, it is probably too late for you. But at least you'll become so stupid you probably won't care you're being eaten. To make it worse, as of "There Will Be Blood," Dick is putting chemicals to change people in every food with high fructose corn syrup, so almost every piece of food you can buy will turn you eventually into a Leviathan's meal.

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* The Leviathans' [[HumanResources plan.]] Unlike other evil plans in the show, that tend to focus only on supernatural aspects, Dick Roman is manipulating numerous parts of everyday life. He's taking control of the media, food companies, and more. Why? So he can ''manipulate everyone on the planet into becoming stupid, complacent, overweight sources of food for the Leviathans, and set up slaughterhouses so every human in the world can be used to make a massive meal for the Leviathans.'' Oh, and he's doing it in ways most people aren't even aware of until it is too late. Once you bite any of the tainted food he's put out there, it is so addictive, it is probably too late for you. But at least you'll become so stupid you probably won't care you're being eaten. To make it worse, as of "There Will Be Blood," Blood", Dick is putting chemicals to change people in every food with high fructose corn syrup, so almost every piece of food you can buy will turn you eventually into a Leviathan's meal.



* Most of Crowley's actions in "A Little Slice of Kevin." Torturing Samandriel, blowing up one of the future prophets leaving Kevin ''covered in their blood,'' and ''cutting Kevin's finger off.'' This episode proves that while Crowley may be Affable, he is most definitely EVIL.

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* Most of Crowley's actions in "A Little Slice of Kevin." Torturing Samandriel, blowing up one of the future prophets leaving Kevin ''covered in their blood,'' and ''cutting Kevin's finger off.'' This episode proves that while Crowley may be Affable, affable, he is most definitely EVIL.



** [[spoiler: Actually, I think Chuck's "death" was actually him going... Somewhere at the end of "Swan Song." He isn't actually dead, he just left. Plus, since Cas didn't know Chuck was God, it's easy to see why he'd think Chuck died...]]

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** [[spoiler: Actually, I think Chuck's "death" was actually him going... going… Somewhere at the end of "Swan Song." He isn't actually dead, he just left. Plus, since Cas didn't know Chuck was God, it's easy to see why he'd think Chuck died...]]died…]]



--> '''Abaddon:''' ''Oh. Well... You know... I've loved this body since the moment I first saw it. You're the perfect vessel Dean, you give a girl all sorts of nasty ideas. So go ahead and play hard to get, and I'll peel off this no demons allowed tattoo, and blow smoke up your ass.''
--> '''Dean:''' ''Oooh, well I gotta tell you between you and me, it is a horror show up there.''
--> '''Abaddon:''' ''It can get worse, trust me because once I'm on top I'll make you watch. And I'll use your body, have you ever felt an infant's blood drip down your chin? Or listen to a girl scream as you rip her guts out, because you will. You and me lover, we'll have a grand old time.''

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--> '''Abaddon:''' ''Oh. Well... Well… You know... know… I've loved this body since the moment I first saw it. You're the perfect vessel Dean, you give a girl all sorts of nasty ideas. So go ahead and play hard to get, and I'll peel off this no demons allowed tattoo, and blow smoke up your ass.''
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'''Dean:''' ''Oooh, well I gotta tell you between you and me, it is a horror show up there.''
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'''Abaddon:''' ''It can get worse, trust me because once I'm on top I'll make you watch. And I'll use your body, have you ever felt an infant's blood drip down your chin? Or listen to a girl scream as you rip her guts out, because you will. You and me lover, we'll have a grand old time.''



* It gets worse. Perhaps the most horrific moment in ''Supernatural:'' [[spoiler: Demon!Dean is born.]]

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* It gets worse. Perhaps the most horrific moment in ''Supernatural:'' ''Supernatural'': [[spoiler: Demon!Dean is born.]]



* From 10.1, Dean fighting the JerkAss boyfriend outside the bar. He roughs him up, yeah, okay...but then he keeps going. [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown And going.]] You can practically hear the man's skull cracking, and Dean ''just keeps going.'' By the time he stops the poor bastard is barely conscious.
* TheThingsWeLeftBehind: The loan sharks should not have pushed [[spoiler:Dean]] too far...

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* From 10.1, Dean fighting the JerkAss {{Jerkass}} boyfriend outside the bar. He roughs him up, yeah, okay...okay… but then he keeps going. [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown And going.]] You can practically hear the man's skull cracking, and Dean ''just keeps going.'' By the time he stops the poor bastard is barely conscious.
* TheThingsWeLeftBehind: "The Things We Left Behind": The loan sharks should not have pushed [[spoiler:Dean]] too far...far…



** Everything about [[spoiler: The Darkness]] is heavy NightmareFuel. [[spoiler: It took God and all the Archangels; Michael, Lucifer, Raphael and Gabriel, just to imprison The Darkness, meaning that even together five of the most powerful beings in creation could not kill it. Repeat; '''GOD''' could not kill this thing. And now it's loose...]]

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** Everything about [[spoiler: The Darkness]] is heavy NightmareFuel. [[spoiler: It took God and all the Archangels; Archangels: Michael, Lucifer, Raphael and Gabriel, just to imprison The Darkness, meaning that even together five of the most powerful beings in creation could not kill it. Repeat; '''GOD''' could not kill this thing. And now it's loose...]]loose…]]



** The baby which Dean and Sam save in this episode? Her name is "Amara." Anyone who has listened to news leading up to the premiere immediately realizes that the baby [[spoiler:is the Darkness in human form]]. If they haven't, [[spoiler:the Mark of Cain on the baby's shoulders]] will tell them.

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** The baby which Dean and Sam save in this episode? Her name is "Amara." "Amara". Anyone who has listened to news leading up to the premiere immediately realizes that the baby [[spoiler:is the Darkness in human form]]. If they haven't, [[spoiler:the Mark of Cain on the baby's shoulders]] will tell them.



* "Form and Void"

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* "Form and Void"Void":



*** [[spoiler: And the episode ends [[MoralEventHorizon with Crowley bringing her more victims, including children]].]]
* "Bad Seed:"

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*** [[spoiler: And the The episode ends [[MoralEventHorizon with Crowley bringing her more victims, including children]].]]
* "Bad Seed:"Seed":
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* In general, [[spoiler: season 6's [[TheSoulless Soulless]] Sam]]. Imagine having a brother/sister who's dead for about a year, then suddenly comes back, and their behavior is just [[NotHimself off]]. They keep pretending to be fine and assuring you nothing's wrong, but it just doesn't seem right, their behavior is cold and careless, it looks like the person you knew and were close to but it just isn't them and you FEEL it. That must be how [[spoiler: Dean]] felt about [[spoiler: his brother Sam [[CameBackWrong coming back]] [[TheSoulless soulless]] [[BackFromTheDead from hell.]]]] For some people this might be {[Paranoia Fuel}} or generally just creepy.

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* In general, [[spoiler: season 6's [[TheSoulless Soulless]] Sam]]. Imagine having a brother/sister who's dead for about a year, then suddenly comes back, and their behavior is just [[NotHimself off]]. They keep pretending to be fine and assuring you nothing's wrong, but it just doesn't seem right, their behavior is cold and careless, it looks like the person you knew and were close to but it just isn't them and you FEEL it. That must be how [[spoiler: Dean]] felt about [[spoiler: his brother Sam [[CameBackWrong coming back]] [[TheSoulless soulless]] [[BackFromTheDead from hell.]]]] For some people this might be {[Paranoia {{Paranoia Fuel}} or generally just creepy.
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[[caption-width-right:350:''What's wrong [[caption-width-right:350:''[[MirrorScare What's wrong,]] Mommy?'']]
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