Overactive Imaginations

28 Sep

Note to self: You probably shouldn’t watch American Horror Story before going to bed. Because a simple and innocent thing like your coat hanging on the rack beside your bed

Will turn into a not so simple and innocent thing in the dark and scare the ever loving daylights out of you. Your mind WILL conjure up a creepy ghost in a latex suit looming over you while you sleep, like this. Just to mess with you.

Seriously creeped out now. You know what? It’s probably just best if you stop watching that show entirely because you live in a hundred year old house with a basement almost as creepy as the one in the show and well… old houses make strange noises and you have an overactive imagination. It won’t end well.

The show isn’t even all that scary so I don’t know what my problem is. Remember the show Are You Afraid of the Dark?

Now that was a scary show. Seriously. It gave me horrible nightmares as a child. And still freaks me out a little. Okay. A Lot. And I can’t watch it in the dark. Too scared.


Posted by on September 28, 2012 in Uncategorized


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3 responses to “Overactive Imaginations

  1. Good Deed

    September 29, 2012 at 8:27 am

    Old houses making noises… Yes I know… Now I’m rave, they don’t bother me 🙂 as a child I was shaking many nights…

  2. Jessica

    September 28, 2012 at 9:17 pm

    LOL! Reminds me of being scared and turning every light on into my path and turning the ones off behind me and running for my life up the stairs because i was scared and evil presence was behind me
    😀 have a good sleep buddy lol

    • museumnerd

      September 28, 2012 at 11:26 pm

      lol, yeah and hiding under the covers because obviously the blanket was better than armor for keeping scary things out.


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