Our favourite time of year, Halloween, is just around the corner and whilst some areas of the UK are unable to take part, we have compiled together a list of the scariest websites on the internet – to give you that extra creepy feeling from the comfort of your own home.
1. Death Clock
The classic death clock that’s been around before time its self. The death clock takes a few of your details and predicts your date of death.
Most people don’t want to know their fate, so take a look if you dare!
2. Creepy Pasta
Home to some of the scariest stories on the web. But can you figure out which ones are true and which aren’t?
Usually subreddits are fun and focus on a certain topic, this one is for those of you who can’t sleep after hearing things go bump in the night. Blurring the lines between fact and fiction, some of these creepy stories are actually true!
Taken a walk around the “ghost island of Japan”. From the shaky black and white graphics to the haunting music, take a virtual walk through this ghost island and check out the old coal mine and schools and dare to walk the “stairway to hell”.
This simulation shows in real time the deaths and births around the globe. Not very creepy but it shows the scale of activity when it comes to deaths and births as they happen around the globe and just how many new births and deaths happen within a minute.
The internet can be a scary place, these are the fun scary places you can end up and whilst there are many more sites that didn’t make the list as they are just too dark and unacceptable, the above will give you a healthy fright.
Have fun, stay safe and have a great Halloween and remember… “Be afraid. Be very afraid.”