Creepy Videos (12 Videos)
Not for the faint of heart, twelve creepy videos you can watch online. Be very careful...
Obey the Walrus
Obey the Walrus is a viral video featuring drag queen Johnnie Baima. The video features himself dancing some tap moves. Due to the video scary and perturbing nature, it has inspired reaction videos, parodies, and remixes.
The original video clip was taken from the film The Goddess Bunny which features the story of Johnnie Baima. The film was released on 1998 and the clip was uploaded to eBaum’s World on 2005 and has accrued 236,438 views as of December 2011. It was later reuploaded to YouTube. ~ Know Your MemeWatch the Video
Begotten is a 1990 American experimental dark fantasy horror film written, produced, and directed by E. Elias Merhige.
The film deals with the story of Genesis, re-imagining it. The second film of the unofficial trilogy, a 14-minute film entitled Din of Celestial Birds, deals with evolution. It premiered in 2006 on Turner Classic Movies, and was shot in similar visual fashion. ~ WikipediaWatch the Video
Sad Satan is a horror game in which the player navigates a maze made out of various shadowy hallways as distorted music and audio plays in the background. In 2015, the game was popularized after it was purportedly discovered on the deep web by YouTuber Obscure Horror Corner.
After launching the game, a title screen is shown with the words “Game Title” written at the top, while a reversed version of the Chinese children’s song “I Love Bejing Tiananmenn” plays in the background. The game begins with the playing walking down a long hallway as footsteps and other noises can be heard in the background. As the player traverses the environment, the lighting and audio changes and images depicting various topics are displayed on screen. ~ Know Your MemeWatch the Video
Suicide Mouse is about a supposed lost Mickey Mouse cartoon. The cartoon, while seemingly just a loop of Mickey walking past some buildings for a few minutes, is found by a Disney executive to be much darker than it originally seemed. ~ CreepypastaWatch the Video
I Feel Fantastic
In ancient Greek mythology, Pygmalion was a highly accomplished Cypriot sculptor. Though skilled at imitating the human form, and well acquainted with it’s subtleties, he became disgusted by it when he witnessed the Propoetides prostituting themselves. These women were punished by Venus for their lack of worship with a coarseness of skin and a crudeness of nature, and were then forced into prostitution. ~ Know Your MemeWatch the Video
In 2571 in the pile of crushed in the ruins of which stones is not determined in a blue planet this videotape was found. The fact is that you intend to see this, I have no relationship with this tape.
This video is very different to what you can imagine.
In 2571 in the pile of crushed stone from the ruins of that blue planet undetermined convert video tape was found. The fact that you intend to see, you need to have no relationship.
This log is completely different.
Music and drawings by Dave From 2001 aka D2K1.Watch the Video
Username: 666 is a video by nana825763. It shows what happens when one searches for the username "666" on YouTube and then refreshes the page a few times.
This video has actually created a few rumors, one of which is that the original "666" account contained a virus that changed all text into sixes.
Due to the popularity of the video, nana825763 created a "sequel", called Another YouTube. ~ CreepypastaWatch the Video
There is Nothing
This short film flips back on itself. At exactly the midway point, the film begins to run backwards, and the sound repeats itself backwards with it. The character (Lea Porsager), speaks the three words backwards as the film goes forwards, so that they can be deciphered at the end of the film when they are played backwards.
When looped, there is no actual beginning or end, and no real sense of where the beginning and end actually are.
This piece was inspired by a personal paradoxical desire for empirical proof that there is nothing on the 'other' side of life. ~ David BearleWatch the Video
Performance Olivier de Sagazan
For more than 20 years, Olivier de Sagazan has developed a hybrid practice that integrates painting, photography, sculpture, and performance. In his existential performative series “Transfiguration”, which he began in 2001, Sagazan builds layers of clay and paint onto his own face and body to transform, take apart and disfigure his own face revealing an animalistic human. At once disquieting and deeply moving, this new body of work collapses the boundaries between the physical, intellectual, spiritual and animalistic senses. ~ WikipediaWatch the Video
The Wyoming Incident
The Wyoming Incident (or The Wyoming Hijacking) is a lesser known case of television broadcast hijacking/hacking. A hacker managed to interrupt broadcasts from a local programming channel (believed to serve several smaller communities in the county of Niobrara) and aired his/her own video. ~ CreepypastaWatch the Video
This video was sent to me anonymously. I do not have any information beyond that. It is for you to decide on your own whether it is real or fake. ~ The 15 experienceWatch the Video
Shaye Saint John Hand Thing
Shaye Saint John is a fictional character who appeared in a series of surrealist, campy short films hosted on a crudely designed webpage.
Saint John, a product of artist Eric Fournier, was described with a backstory claiming she was a supermodel disfigured in a train accident, who rebuilt her body with a collection of mannequin parts. Shaye Saint John was played by Fournier, wearing a plastic mask, a series of wigs and dresses, and manipulating wooden hands on sticks. The character had a LiveJournal blog which began in 2003. Fournier died on February 25 2010, aged 42. ~ WikipediaWatch the Video