- Aaron, in "Bloom" tries to scream out for help as he begins to change...but can only make rutting deer noises from his already-morphed vocal cords.
- The nightmare that James has after his encounter with the tribe of elk-people, used as the page quote.
- Most of what is happening to him is weird and gross, all the more so because the audience has no idea where or how it'll end up.
- "Rat Prince" is expressly built on this:
- After being chased relentlessly through the woods by a monster he can only smell, Cameron finally makes it home. But over the next several days, his body undergoes strange and utterly horrifying transformations which focus on his genitals and, then, his face — finally culminating in a truly disgusting climax where, amongst other things, his teeth fall out in a bloody mess to be replaced with new, ivory-like incisors.
- But that's not all. When his roommate and best friend comes home, Cameron undergoes his last psychotic break...and rips the guy's throat completely out.
- It's strongly implied that the fate of Tom Ryan from "Sic Itur Ad Astra" was...not great.
- John Thomas in "Nervous Boys" has holed himself up in a motel room, hoping Caleb can't find him. As he gets drunker and more miserable, he hallucinates — or does he? — someone scratching at his door.
- His ultimate fate is even worse: enslaved by his new animal biology to Caleb as his mate, forced to be bred over and over, his mental identity erased as he rapidly changes into a Tailypo like Caleb.
- The eerie descriptions of Interstate 4 and the ghost stories and urban legends it tends to attract in "Hecho En Florida." All the more scary because many of them are based on actual tales!
- The seemingly abandoned house Gilbert has to visit...with the approaching thunder not too close behind him...
- Being a Creepypasta originally, the entirety of "The Decaying Mall" counts.
- The gargantuan catfish that Mike Fischer finds in "Upriver." The scariest part is that it seems intelligent and knows exactly what Mike was trying to do it:
- "Eyes appeared bulbous, spherical, but without the dead listless apathy so often of fish, no, even in the dying evening August light, the sunset fading behind him, he could see it: the spark, the emotion, the sheer annihilating malevolence."
- Jim's growing distrust of Old Eph, particularly as he slowly understands just what a creep he really is, culminating in the horrifying revelation that the story of the boy turned into a half-goat monster was actually Old Eph himself.
Nightmare Fuel / What A Horrible Night To Have A Curse