* One of the children's books of the series ends with Mr. Green being strangled by Mr. Boddy's pet snake. Green begs for help, but Boddy just pulls up a chair and says he wants to watch. Pretty dark for a kids' book based on a board game.
* Clue: Murder at Boddy Mansion uses UncannyValley 3D graphics. Any time you make a suggestion of who killed Boddy, and where, and with what, the game pulls up a little animation that depicts his death from the murdered man's point of view, complete with a ScareChord. The cold, dead stare that the poorly designed faces have as they peer at him just makes the whole thing worse. This version of the game is rated T for a damn good reason.
* You want a reason to fear Mrs. White? Play the Genesis version of Clue and suggest/interrogate/accuse her with the knife. Good luck sleeping after '''''[[ScareChord that.]]'''''
* The fourth and fifth murders in the movie. First, [[spoiler: Yvette]] walks into a dark room. An unknown voice tells them to lock the door, and asks them if anyone saw them. [[spoiler: Yvette]] answers in an different accent, only to switch back to scream "It's you!" as they get ''strangled with the rope.'' Then we cut to [[spoiler: the cop]] telling someone on the phone that they are genuinely afraid, only for the murderer to use the lead pipe to hang up the phone, then ''bash their head in.''