My English teacher`s appartment. Not for the place itself but for the person inhabiting it.
Scaling the side of a mountain while free face rock climbing with nothing but a 70 foot drop and shale rock underneath.
What kind of scary?
Top of a silo (afraid of heights)
125th street in NYC (afraid of getting mugged)
then there are other places where people ask me if I'm scared and I'm not.
Walking near the Mexican border alone in the National Parks - a border control guy asked me why not scared - I replied that I feel safe because of all the security - I'm probably being observed at all times from the spy balloon at all times.
I was traveling in a plane that got flames in one of its engines while taking off.
Cycling down a mountain at 90 km/h and realising I had a puncture with a shear drop down every hairpin bend! My bum is squeezing just thinking about it.
A graveyard in Edinburgh that is haunted by the ghost of a guy called mckenzie...Myself and a friend left the haunted building/old prison office that was located in the graveyard when all of a sudden we heard this chanting sound whirling around the circular roof...We then looked at each other and said "can you hear that?".
We then turned around and two girls were at the back wall with their backs against the wall, hands looking like they were chained up against the wall, heads up in the air and they were chanting the same thing repeatedly.
The events that followed were too coincidental.
Having grown up on an old farm, abundant with smoke houses, turkey barns, chicken coops, cow barns and pig pens, horse corrals.........it was...............
located on the east side of the house
riddeled with spiders
it was simply a "yucky" place
My Grandmother, wanted all the children to retreat there from any potential storm...............
I was so glad, that my Grandpa, "allowed" me to stay at his side on the front porch as the storm(s) approached. Today, I meet challenges head on, just as this farmer did. I want to SEE what overtakes me.
To this day, I will not buy a house with a basement, ( yes, I know some are fantastic) cellar or storm shelter.
I will not go underground.
My body is donated to "science" and medical study.
The scariest place I've been was Semi Valley, seriously. I got lost there going to do a life insurance exam. And I had this uneasy feeling about asking for directions, everyone that I asked turned red. Seriously :]
I was flying out of Toronto one time and it was raining. Somehow there was a static electricity buildup and a flash of while light fired through the plane and it shook like crazy for about 3 seconds. I almost crapped myself lol.
Getting pulled up that hill on a roller-coaster, hearing those chains clicking and clanking makes the hairs on my back stand up.
West bank israel and south boston hahah but seriously south boston is a sketchy place to be
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