* The cover art for their ''Music/NewsOfTheWorld'' album, drawn by Frank Kelly Freas, shows the band's lifeless bodies tumbling from the hand of a [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds wide-eyed giant robot]] that does not seem to understand why its new playthings have stopped moving.
** Played with on WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy, where Stewie is TERRIFIED of the cover.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8mAaJuefOw "I'm Going Slightly Mad"]] (from ''Innuendo'') dances very close to the line between cheeky and sinister. The video features the band doing increasingly bizarre and disturbing things, the eeriness amplified by the mostly black and white photography. It doesn't help the song's reputation that Freddie Mercury's friend Peter Straker says the song is semi-autobiographical, with the lyrics describing Mercury's moments of dementia in his later-stage illness (AIDS).
* Another example of a whole song being nightmare fuel would be "The Prophet's Song" from "Music/ANightAtTheOpera". The song starts off as being very calm and tranquil, but then [[MoodWhiplash suddenly becomes very dark]] and stays that way for the rest of the song. There is then a point in the middle of the song where the instrumentals stop and it just has the band singing lyrics in the form of a round, which gives off the impression that the listeners are in a very large and empty location. The lyrics themselves are also very disturbing, and sound like something out of the Old Testament.
--> He told of death as a bone-white haze,
--> Taking the lost and the unloved babe,
--> Late, too late, all the wretches run,
--> These kings of beasts now counting their days.
* The LastNoteNightmare of "You Take My Breath Away" that starts at 4:42.
* The effects during the middle of "Get Down, Make Love"
* Does no one else find the cover for "The Miracle" slightly terrifying?