6 Horror Settings You Try To Avoid In Real Life

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There are so many places to explore. You get a crazy idea to go out with some of your friends and explore some creepy places. But there are some places you might want to re-consider. These places are so scary, you might not make it out alive. Even though you’re feeling adventurous, you may want to rethink your plan of action. These places seemed so cool in the movies. In the real world, you’ll die.

1) The Woods:
During the day, the woods have so much mystery and wonder. For all you know mystical creatures live among the trees. Horror movies have taught us that nothing good comes out of the woods. I live in Pennsylvania and I see acres and acres of woods. During the day, it’s peaceful to drive by these scenic areas. At night, I pray I don’t break down by these death traps.

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2) Cemeteries:
Another place that is peaceful during the day. The sun helps illuminate these peaceful grounds. Once the sun sets, shadows hide only God knows what. Zombies, ghouls, vampires and more live underground. You might be tempted to see what truly lives in cemeteries. But ask yourself this: Do you want to risk your life to find out?

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3) Hospitals:
It’s a scary fact that at some point you’ll have to go to a hospital. You might be ill or you’ll have to visit someone. Hospitals are rowdy and crowded during the day. Once night falls, you’ll want to head for the nearest exit. Every sound you hear, every person that passes by is a threat. Hospitals were made to help you recover from almost any illness. The forces of evil want to make sure you never leave.

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4) Amusement Parks:
Who doesn’t love going to amusement parks? There are so many rides to enjoy. You can buy all kinds of souvenirs at the many shops. Your sweet tooth can be pleased by the snack bars. But once the sun sets, you might want to leave. What happens when the sun leaves? Those cute, cuddly mascots might seem a bit more sinister in the dark. If I were you, I’d leave…right now!

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5) Basements:
Come to think of it, these places are scary day or night. No matter what time of day it is, once that light clicks off, you run as fast as you can back up the steps. I know I don’t go down to the basement at night. If I need something in the basement, it can wait. I don’t care how important it is. The monsters down there can have it. I’ll wait until the sun comes up.

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6) Parking Garages
One of life’s necessary evils. You have to park your car in one of these concrete mazes. You’re rushing to your job. You want to get out of one of these as soon as possible. Once the night arrives, you really want to get out! There are so many hiding spaces. You have no idea where you parked your car. You’re so scared you’re tempted to just forget your car and run home.

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Remember, stay safe.  Listen to your gut.  If you have a bad feeling about any of these places, run in the opposite direction.  If you have any more places that scare you, leave a comment.

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  • Matthew Myers
    16 December 2014 at 3:22 pm - Reply

    The woods are scary as hell, like you said daytime shows its character but beginning at dusk it may be the most terrifying place on the planet.

  • Serra
    16 December 2014 at 3:50 pm - Reply

    Where I live is surrounded by a cemetery and a church, I have to walk by another of each, by an unused school building, and and by fair amount of woods to get to work. I work at midnight most days, so just saying- you learn to deal with that creepy feeling quickly! For the most part anyway… It’s no fun to never be scared 😉

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