Proof that not even stories full of [[TheWarOnStraw Strawmen]] are immune to [[NightmareFuel giving people nightmares]].

* Ashley Wilson's hallucination of her face melting in "[[http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/0045/0045_01.asp Bewitched?]]"
** While the demons in the same tract are little more than mouthpieces for Jack Chick's bizarre views and conspiracy theories, their appearances are distinctly discomfiting. With faces like melting wax, they look like they could fit in well on a psychological horror movie, if they would just stop ranting about ecumenism.
** At the end, Satan actually seems threatening when he threatens an underling who failed to keep Ashley from being saved:
-->--''I have ways of making you '''really''' sorry.''
* Lance has a fairly terrifying scene in Hell. First his leg catches fire, then his entire body is ablaze, then the scene fades to black with only his screams. This time, Chick didn't settle for people falling into Hell and/or the Lake of Fire, or surveying their new surroundings in despair, but actually showed what it's like to burn alive.
* Some of the tracts are a little jarring, like "The Thing", especially the final.
* [[CreepyChild Also those creepy, easily converted children]] [[EasyEvangelism and how Jack "thinks" other people react to Christianity.]]
* Satan's appearance at the end of ''Somebody Goofed'' and ''Oops!'' He has this weird mix of positively goofy and grotesque that manages to somehow combine into disturbing. While the dialogue's ridiculous, the ''[[NightmareFace face]]'' sure isn't.
* The nightmarish cherry on top of the sundae of fear: ''this is somebody's actual beliefs. Jack Chick is totally serious.''
* Seriously, [[FridgeHorror imagine]] ''[[FridgeHorror living]]'' in the CrapsackWorld depicted in [[http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/0094/0094_01.asp The Last Generation]]. Christians are rounded up and [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything sent to "mental camps"]], natural disasters are all over the place, children are ''actively rewarded'' for snitching on Christians (up to and including ''their own parents''), and a new pagan-mashup state religion involving animal sacrifice [[AssimilationAcademy is enforced in schools]], in a world government not unremniscient of [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} Chaos]].
** One of the characters actually mentions concentration camps, as a cherry on top of the fear sundae.
** It was mentioned that [[HumanResources the bodies of heretics are used as food]]. *{{Squick}}*
* "Lisa," and the thought that someone somewhere may actually believe that raping your elementary-school-aged daughter and ''sharing her with a neighbor'' - oh, and also giving her herpes, apparently - is something that can be fixed with a little prayer. If Jack Chick's monstrous interpretation of God would forgive that so easily, then why not just hang with Satan? Or the Papal Conspiracy?
** Because they don't want to be forgiven.
** It's not just that everything is fixed because you tell Jesus you're really sorry, but in Jack Chick's world there's ''no real problem'' with raping your children as long as Jesus stops you in time. It takes more than just four or five months of regular gang rape before they get hurt from it. (Except for the herpes.)
* The entire "The Sky Lighter" tract. Especially considering the fact that it is Abdulla's own grandmother who is trying to get him to blow himself up. And the fact that Abdulla blows himself up- and everyone else around him. Imagine surviving that and becoming deformed- or just witnessing it. And just the concept that the Deity who is supposed to love you would actually want you to do something so horrible. No wonder Yusuf is the only sane man in the entire tract.
** There's also the fact that she doesn't bat an eye when her daughter-in-law dies in childbirth, and is merely annoyed that her husband failed in his suicide bombing mission. Imagine growing up in or marrying into a family that sees you as expendable.
* The whole concept of a {{God|IsEvil}} that tortures people forever if they do arbitrary things like celebrate Halloween or play ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' or simply doing missionary work to help improve people's lives without forcing religion down their throats.
** Made all the more disturbing in that the author apparently thinks that his interpretation of God is "[[DesignatedHero benevolent]]".
* That photograph on the main page is [[TheUnsmile kind of unnerving]] too the longer you look at it...
* The cover of [[http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/1070/1070_01.asp "Uninvited".]] GYAH!
* The atrocious art means that even totally innocent things (kids' faces, pets, etc) frequently lapse into UncannyValley territory without meaning to. And don't even get started on the actual ''demons''...
* Sure, [[http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/0046/0046_01.asp Dark Dungeons]] was really bad, but it still had some creepy things like the image of Marcie's body hanging from the ceiling after she committed suicide or the Dark Dungeons' GM's VillainousBreakdown when Marcie wants to quit.
** And it's highly implied that Marcie ''committed suicide in front of Debbie''. No wonder she spends the rest of the tract in a HeroicBSOD.
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