History NightmareFuel / Warehouse13

20th Feb '15 4:37:56 PM ablackraptor
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** What adds to the fear factor, as well as making it a massive TearJerker, is that her worst fear wasn't 'just' being trapped by a scary doctor, but the idea that her life up to this point is a delusion and she's still in the mental institution she grew up in. [[ParanoiaFuel Imagine thinking that, that your whole life is just a figment of your imagination, and the idea that you can't tell reality from madness]]. Adding to that, the familiarity she had with the doctor also implies that, during her time with the institution, [[FridgeHorror she underwent electroshock treatment]].
23rd Jun '14 9:01:25 PM Aspie
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*** As an example, one episode had a ''completely unremarkable glass jar'' cause a ZombieApocalypse.

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*** As an example, one episode had a ''completely unremarkable glass jar'' cause a ZombieApocalypse.
ZombieApocalypse. It was sitting right out in the open in multiple scenes, but most viewers probably never even considered that it might be the artifact.
23rd Jun '14 9:00:50 PM Aspie
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*** As an example, one episode had a ''completely unremarkable glass jar'' cause a ZombieApocalypse.
10th May '14 8:00:08 PM DuskBlaze
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** Artifacts in general are ParanoiaFuel incarnate. Thanks to the powers they hold, even the most benign of artifacts can cause serious injuries. That's ignoring their appearances, which can be literally anything. In more than one episode, things like candles or books have killed dozens of people. Watch some of the scarier episodes in a row and you ''will'' start to get scared of things around your home.
24th Apr '14 4:27:20 PM doornik1142
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* Mrs. Frederic choking Leena in "Time Will Tell". After the commercial break we find out it was to disconnect her from the Pearl of Wisdom, but the first time you see it there's no way to know. It's quite frightening.
14th Apr '14 7:15:53 PM TheRoguePenguin
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* The downside of the levitation artifact in "The Sky's the Limit". Anyone levitated by it later flies up into the sky to either asphyxiate or fall to their doom. We even see one character rocket into the stratosphere while he screams helplessly. To anyone even mildly phobic of heights this scene can be...difficult to watch.

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* The downside of the levitation artifact in "The Sky's the Limit". Anyone levitated by It can levitate anyone, but the last person it later was used on flies up into the sky to either asphyxiate or fall to their doom. We even see one character rocket into the stratosphere while he screams helplessly. To anyone even mildly phobic of heights this scene can be...difficult to watch.
23rd Mar '14 12:51:55 PM erforce
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* ''The 40th Floor''. It starts with a Regent being tortured to death by an artifact [[KillItWithFire that graphically burns the victim alive]]. Then, while its effect isn't all ''that'' graphic in execution, one artifact featured was from [[MenBehindTheSun Unit 731]]. Finally, we've got the sight of a man [[DrivenToSuicide spraying the inside of his mouth with a corrosive spray paint artifact, complete with convulsions, anguished gurgling and on-screen disintegration]]. If there last one wasn't bad enough, we get to see two more victims meet a similar end.

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* ''The 40th Floor''. It starts with a Regent being tortured to death by an artifact [[KillItWithFire that graphically burns the victim alive]]. Then, while its effect isn't all ''that'' graphic in execution, one artifact featured was from [[MenBehindTheSun [[Film/MenBehindTheSun Unit 731]]. Finally, we've got the sight of a man [[DrivenToSuicide spraying the inside of his mouth with a corrosive spray paint artifact, complete with convulsions, anguished gurgling and on-screen disintegration]]. If there last one wasn't bad enough, we get to see two more victims meet a similar end.
29th Aug '13 2:01:39 PM hujwernoo
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Spoilers below.

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Spoilers '''BIG''' spoilers below.
5th Aug '13 9:36:58 AM doornik1142
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* The downside of the levitation artifact in "The Sky's the Limit". Anyone levitated by it later flies up into the sky to either asphyxiate or fall to their doom. We even see one character rocket into the stratosphere while he screams helplessly. To anyone even mildly phobic of heights this scene can be...difficult to watch.
6th Jul '13 9:51:25 AM Sifr1889
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** Similarly, it's later revealed that before [[spoiler: Paracelsus]] refined the technique, bronzing only lasted a few hours before the subject slowly began to crumble into dust. Imagine feeling yourself fall apart and being unable to do anything to stop it?! Talk about AFateWorseThanDeath!
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