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#41
That story about the face sounds stupid as hell and is probably fake. If it's real, I guarantee people only dream about him after reading that because his image is still in their minds. Pretty stupid.
#43
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its' like you stop "trusting" your reflection



yeah this.

It was really unsettling. Anyone else get the feeling that it wanted to hurt you? like it just wasn't you?

That was seriously ****ing creepy. That really bothered me a lot, all lights staying on tonight.
#44
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its' like you stop "trusting" your reflection

This happens to me when I have the lights on all the way.

I don't wanna go into the bathroom tonight...
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#45
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This happens to me when I have the lights on all the way.

I don't wanna go into the bathroom tonight...


that;s what i meant. when i just stare at myself in the mirror for a long time..it's like...that's not me...that's not me.
#46
In lieu of me having to get a second go at eye surgery tomorrow morning, I'm gonna try to bang out a quick little story for you guys.

Anesthesia Awareness

Anesthesia awareness or "unintended intra-operative awareness" occurs during general anesthesia, on the operating table, when the general anesthetic or analgesic provided to render the patient unconscious during general anesthesia is not effective but the agents used to paralyze the patient are. This means that the patient is unable to move or speak, but is wide awake, hearing and feeling the entire procedure. (Thank you, Wikipedia)

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"What a royal pain in the ass. They botched it. After all my hype, the fucking botched it..."

I was staring in the mirror at myself, but moreover, my reddened and irritated eye that had been operated on 2 months prior. All my life, I have had a weak muscle in my right eye. It has ruined personal encounters, pictures and occasionally self-confidence. Finally, I decided to do something about it. I found an eye specialist who endowed hope into me, that after a minor surgery, I too, would have beautiful straight eyes.

But they kinda fucked up. The first time through, they over-compensated the angling for my eye. My eye had been crooked to the inside, but now it is slightly on the outside. And to make matters worse, their stitching was failing, and my eye is lagging further and further outside.

When I told my surgeon that I was experiencing double vision because of the incompetent angle correction, she immediately scheduled a follow up surgery to remedy the issue. Sucks, but I guess it could be worse.

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The doctors throw the johnny and hospital socks to me, and tell me to undress and lay down in this ridiculous attire. I was getting tired of this procedure, having done it once before. They wheeled me away on my hospital bed, and peppered me with questions confirming my identity and my surgery. I met with my anesthesiologist as well. He seemed somewhat nervous. I didn't think anything of it, but I should have.

I was strapped into the bed. I felt very warm and comfortable, covered with the warm hospital blankets and pacified by the pre-anesthesia shot that had been given to me. I knew from experience that the recovery would blow, but at least I would have my straight eyes.

The anesthesia was applied, and I was out like a light. The dreams were phantasmagoric and whimsical. I was in a state of euphoria. The thing I liked about anesthesia was that it is like a time lapse. The second you receive it, it is as if the surgery is already over.

And apparently it was. I could hear the voices of the doctors around me. Thank god. I vouched to open my eyes, but I quickly found that I could not. Probably just because of the blood and gunk from the surgery. I tried to move my hands to appease the urge of at least moving. But I could not. I got frustrated, and frightened. "Why can't I move?" I thought to myself, because I sure as hell couldn't say it aloud. Breathing was difficult. My lungs felt paralyzed, and I seemed to be choking, yet not suffocating.

"Open his eyes" I overheard a doctor say. I felt rubbery hands peel my eyelids open. I could see blurry figments of a lit room and doctors sporting their operating attire surrounding me. I couldn't scan with my eyes. Once again, I tried to speak, but could not. "I'm awake" I thought.

"Okay, clamp them so we can get going." I heard. I watched in despair as the doctors applied special apparatuses about my eyes to keep them open. I tried to ward off the assault, but couldn't. I wanted to cry. I could FEEL the cold steel gripping my eyes open. Even if I wanted to shut them, I couldn't.

Every time a doctor accidentally or purposely touched my eye to align or adjust it, I felt the pain of being poked in the eye. But I couldn't yelp or flinch. I had to endure it. "I'm awake", I thought.

"First we need to remove the faulty stitching", I heard. A female doctor leaned in with a needle nose type tool and removed each stitch, one at a time. Each one hurt like bloody hell. I began seeing blood surface over my eye, and the doctors would occasionally wash it away.

"Hand me the scalpel", I heard. "I'M AWAKE!" I thought. They cut into my muscle on the outside of my eye. Pain reverberated through my body. I couldn't move or scream. The pain was intense and blood painted my vision. "I'M AWAKE, I'M AWAKE, IM AW..." I passed out from the shock and pain of the experience.

At least I got my straight eyes.
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#47
Why'd the last one get closed?
Ah well.

I'm currently researching the possible existence of Pokemon Black (the creepy one, not the newest release). It seems there was a group making it, but the forum's inactive.

EDIT: http://www.projectcreepyblack.com/smf/index.php
I have to leave now, but I'll check the link when I get home. Looks promising!
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#48
Glad there's a new one, I almost had a heart attack when I saw the closed thread. I even made a rant thread, that got closed
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#49
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Anesthesia Awareness



This happened to my dad when he was like 16. His sisters boyfriend punched him, and he fell and hit his jaw on the coffee table, breaking it. During the surgery to align the bone and wire the jaw shut, he could feel everything they were doing, but couldn't move. They had to extract a tooth, and after pulling it out he blacked out from the pain.


Pretty scary shit, it's really common apparently... but don't think about that tomorrow
#50
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that;s what i meant. when i just stare at myself in the mirror for a long time..it's like...that's not me...that's not me.


The worst part is if he attacks you, you cant defend yourself because.....


He knows all your moves.
#51
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#52
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can't say i recall dreaming of him either. another thing that may have been in the old thread, but merits a repost anyway:


http://mindhacks.com/2010/09/18/the-strange-face-in-the-mirror-illusion/

my face just turned into a black abyss of nothing as did a friend of mine's. have our souls been signed over to satan? or are my eyes just bad?

I tried it while making the angriest, most sinister face I could (without bursting a vessel.) The face in the mirror twisted something awful. It got really uncomfortable, but I pressed on. Even let out a proper war cry when I was ready to be finished. The chills, just wow. My friends now think I'm on drugs again though.
#53
I'm really considering getting high and trying the mirror thing, and then comparing my results with a few friends I have over. Will post back if I do it.

EDIT:

Weed definitely makes it a lot... stranger to say the least. All the face morphing still happened, but I came out looking like my dad. As you'd assume with weed, all the hostility feeling was gone, it's just really cool now


Verdicts:

Completely sober - very unsettling, the reflections does not look or feel like "you". Feels threatening.

High - Does not look like "you", but it's all cool. Far more interesting.
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#54
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I'm really considering getting high and trying the mirror thing, and then comparing my results with a few friends I have over. Will post back if I do it.


Oh, god.. please do

I will just assume you will do it, and if I don't get a response from you, I'll have to conclude that you have commuted suicide.

EDIT: Damn. I kind of wanted you to die.
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#55
well guys, insomnias kicking in once again. bring on the mind****ing
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#56
Looks like the second NMI thread is off to a good start with the mirror trick.


EDIT: anyone remember the mirrorbox story?

How would the mirror thing apply to the mirror box?


Shit would be crazy.
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#57
Just tried the mirrior too. 3am, went in pitch black bathroom and set a candle up so most the light was blocked against the wall. My face became really deformed but the weirdest part is that it always looked like the reflection was staring back at me with wide open eyes, like to the point that a human can't stretch them open that much.

I want to get a couple people in there with me next time... I wonder what would happen.

Glad there's one of these that's actually easy to test as opposed to needing to build a freaking mirror trap.

So stickied this thread to check out every night I can :3
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#58
mirror box? im intrigued, please continue.


also, heres a fluffy kitten, just in case
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#59
I want to try the mirror thing but I'm too scared, haha.

These aren't nightmare inducing but they're still weird and kind of creepy to me.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SmHIZMezHOc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNUZJ3_Scnw

The bunny in this video scares the shit out of me:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5wHMgTPF-s

And of course, the banned children's cartoon.
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#60
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mirror box? im intrigued, please continue.


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From the last thread...


Something about making a big box(a really big box) and the insides are mirrors. You'd place a person in and then close the box. inside the box, there would be a small light source as well.

You aren't suppose to leave them in there too long or something.
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#61
oh and just for good measure someone oughtta link to The Cave and The Rake, since theyre pretty much NIT required reading
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#62
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From the last thread...


Something about making a big box(a really big box) and the insides are mirrors. You'd place a person in and then close the box. inside the box, there would be a small light source as well.

You aren't suppose to leave them in there too long or something.



I just read it a couple days ago in that thread. something like:

You build a mirror box with 5 mirrors (Pentagon shaped?) and they have to be tall enough to be over your head, but not tall enough that your hands above your head would touch the ceiling. There's a special way you have to setup the top so people can get in and out with ladders...You need an assistant on the outside to help you out and watch out for you and the assistant is only allowed to let them stay in for 10 minutes no matter what....

I'm sure somebody can find the paste of it. I don't know who the hell has the patience or supplies to build a mirror box though.
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#63
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I just read it a couple days ago in that thread. something like:

You build a mirror box with 5 mirrors (Pentagon shaped?) and they have to be tall enough to be over you but not tall enough that your hands above your head would touch the ceiling. There's a special way you have to setup the top so people can get in and out with ladders...You need an assistant on the outside to help you out and watch out for you and the assistant is only allowed to let them stay in for 10 minutes no matter what....

I'm sure somebody can find the paste of it. I don't know who the hell has the patient or supplies to build a mirror box though.


But then when you do the mirror thing, instead of just one mirror, you got 4 mirrors around you.

O___o
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#64
if its a box wouldnt that make it 6 mirrors? plus youd see all of yourself rather than just your face
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#65
Quote by velocigecko
if its a box wouldnt that make it 6 mirrors? plus youd see all of yourself rather than just your face


Would the floor and lid be mirrors?


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But yeah, who has the patience and supplies to make a big box of mirrors anyways?



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#66
Here we are:


"Though written about in fiction occasionally, the mirror box is quite an old invention. Being inside of one can be enlightening or traumatizing for the witness who bears its burden. The procedure is simple, though finding and preparing the materials required might take some time.

The materials to construct the box are:
-Six square metal sheets, slightly taller than the witness. The length should never exceed the height of a witness with raised hands. One of them should be larger than the rest by at least the thickness of the sheets themselves. The material should preferably be made of graphite or lead alloy for the most prominent effect.

-Five nearly perfect, aligned mirrors, sealed upon the metal plates. Each of the 5 will form the sides and bottom of the inner box. One larger mirror should be attached to the large metal plate, which will be used for the top.

-A simple light source of pure white or bright yellow. The light source should emit in almost all directions. Candles can be used, but carbon dioxide and monoxide poisoning is a problem. The light source should not be planted upon the mirrors or receive any outside energy. Construction techniques are left up to the witness.

-Two or three alarm clocks. An extra alarm clock of any kind is also needed. Watches are alright, but not suggested due to the small type face and hands.

-Wear simple clothing.

-Do not bring any other objects. Witnesses have often crowded the box, causing it to become either useless or highly dangerous. This includes jewelery, food, weapons, or religious materials such as beads and crucifixes.

-An assistant is required to help the witness in and out of the box and get help in case of emergencies. The assistant should be trusting and as strong willed as the witness.

-Two ladders

-Several Blankets, water, medical remedies, and a first aid kit.

When the box is complete and ready to use, prepare the alarm clocks to ring around ten minutes after the witness’ planned entrance. Depending on the material used for the box itself, the time of day will not matter, but a night during a new moon is suggested. Despite intuition, sound does not play a large role in the event. The witness should use a small unattached ladder to enter the box. The top should already be placed upon the box, with an opening large enough for the witness to enter. Once inside, the witness should be handed the light source and the clocks (one should be kept with the assistant). The outside assistant should ask sincerely whether the witness is alright. Once confirmation is given, the top should be moved to seal the box. The witness may turn on the light source once the box is sealed. At any point should the witness ask to leave the box (if soundproof, tapping should be used), ONLY the top should be opened. The witness may do it themselves, since the top of the box should be easily reachable. Once ten minutes are up, ALWAYS remove the top, regardless of what the witness says. Some witnesses may plead to stay inside the box, even suggesting great danger should it be opened. The assistant should never trust those pleas. Suffocation is only one of many concerns should the witness stay too long in the box. Once the top has been slid opened, place the second ladder in the box to allow the witness to leave. If the witness has any serious wounds, or discoloration, call for medical help.

Should you happen to meet a witness, never trust what they say about their experience, and never ask them for the time or where the antumbra meets."
#67
that actually sounds pretty interesting, though i wouldnt do it myself.


any stories about trains? i live by some train tracks and one makes a stop here every hour and a half or so.
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#68
The Portraits

There was a hunter in the woods, who, after a long day hunting, was in the middle of an immense forest. It was getting dark, and having lost his bearings, he decided to head in one direction until he was clear of the increasingly oppressive foliage. After a what seemed like hours, he came across a cabin in a small clearing. Realizing how dark it had grown, he decided to see if he could stay there for the night. He approached, and found the door ajar. Nobody was inside. The hunter flopped down on the single bed, deciding to explain himself to the owner in the morning. As he looked around, he was suprised to see the walls adorned by many portraits, all painted in incredible detail. Without exception, they appeared to be staring down at him, their features twisted into looks of hatred. Staring back, he grew increasingly uncomfortable. Making a concerted effort to ignore the many hateful faces, he turned to face the wall, and exhausted, he fell into a restless sleep.

Face down in an unfamiliar bed, he turned blinking in unexpected sunlight. Looking up, he discovered that the cabin had no portraits, only windows.
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#70
*portraits*


...


.....


.......?


...oh shi-

edit: why did i picture the faces from The Wall while reading that?
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#73
I want more information on the mirror box. I definitely want to try it.
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#74
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I want more information on the mirror box. I definitely want to try it.


Yeah it sounds very interesting, someone needs to video tape the experience



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#75
I fail to see how a mirror box would be scary.
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#76
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I fail to see how a mirror box would be scary.


Thats why I'm interested in it, if that makes sense



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#77
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Thats why I'm interested in it, if that makes sense


It does. I'd quite like to go in one. I guess it works off of sensory deprivation.
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#78
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this one gives me serious chills as well:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hinterkaifeck


A few days prior to the crime, farmer Andreas Gruber told neighbours about discovering footprints in the snow leading from the edge of the forest to the farm; however, there were none leading back. He also talked about hearing footsteps in the attic and finding an unfamiliar newspaper on the farm. Furthermore, the house keys went missing several days before the murders, but none of this was reported to the police.


OH @$#% THEY HEARD MEH.... O_o
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#79
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I fail to see how a mirror box would be scary.


It would be kind of ****ed up and unsettling to not be able to look in any direction without seeing yourself. the thought of that alone freaks me out. and the fact that they expect the person that was in the box to lie about what they saw and you can't ask them certain questions and they can have wounds after they come out. if somebody makes one, I'll definitely go in it.

on a side not, my girlfriend is pretty jumpy about ghosts and stuff so I like to go in the bathroom while she's in there and shut off the lights and start chanting about Bloody Mary. the result is usually pretty funny.
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