Some brave Canadian laddermen recently showed up to put out a grass fire, but their hoses weren’t getting any suction from the hydrant. Why? Because it was stuffed with fucking fish!
The former high school classmates and obscure family members who populate my Facebook feed will soon be able to do that cool face-swapping trick kids love these days. In related news, my urge to delete Facebook just increased tenfold.
Like every other surface of your body, your mouth is teeming with a panoply of bacteria. It’s a thought most of us try to keep buried in the backs of our minds, but a new study shows that the tiny communities flourishing between your molars can be quite pretty. In a kaleidoscopic nightmare-fuel sort of way.
Bats are fascinating creatures—both from the point of scientific research and their place in the canon of the horror genre as spooky creatures of the night. So whether you’re a science person or a horror person, this shot of millions of bats streaming into the sky is either great, or great and fearsome.
Digital artist Sarah DeRemer has come up with a series of utterly unnerving animal mashups that are just begging to be gawked at. She replaces the beaks of birds with the giant maws of other animals, teeth and all. The results are wonderfully horrifying.
A wasp nest merged with this wooden statue to form... your darkest fears.
Above: A moth, shown here deploying its "relatively large protuberances." Just imagine those things wriggling their way up your nostrils and tickling the backs of your eyeballs.
About half a billion years ago during the Cambrian period, in the early years of multicellular life on Earth, there existed a creature out of our nightmares. A scaly arthropod, distantly related to today's lobsters and spiders, Fuxianhuia crawled along the ocean floor with those insane-looking tentacle legs. Those…
To be fair, just because you might purchase this Cartoon Totoro Lycra Spandex Multicolor Zentai Suit — available from Milanoo for a mere $40 here —does not mean you're necessarily a sexual deviant. And Just because someone might purchase and wear this nightmare, that doesn't mean they also have little girls dressed…
There are exactly four things you must know about Trogloraptor marchingtoni, the newly identified variety of cave spider pictured here.
There's art that challenging and art that's a little scary, and then there's art that you wouldn't want showing up in your back yard at night. This bizarre statue sitting off a road in Fredericton, New Brunswick, definitely falls into the latter category. She looks like she might just follow someone home.
Inside the mouth of every child is a terrifying double row of teeth. Not that you'd ever know it — muscle, skin and bone prevent most of us from ever catching a glimpse of this extra dentition. Here's your chance to get a close-up look at what lies beyond the gum line.
Sure hope you didn't plan on sleeping tonight because after watching this, that option is effectively off the table.
Understand that when I say "this creeps me the hell out," it's coming from somebody who is usually pretty okay with bees. Hell, I like bees. But this? This is just... well, see for yourself.
These synthetic heads don't need to be anywhere near the Uncanny Valley to be terrifying. Our friends at Oobject have assembled 12 of the creepiest prosthetic mouths in dentistry.
What're ten centimeters across, live 6 miles under water, and are incredibly toxic? The Xenophyophores of the Mariana Trench—the largest single-celled organisms in existence.
Just look at them - with their beady little eyes and flapping heads. And don't bother going to sleep tonight, that's just the opportunity these crafty bastards are waiting for. You can thank our friends at Oobject.com for the nightmare fuel.
The following illustrations by Japanese artist Gōjin Ishihara depict the end of the world, prehistoric man playing pro ball, and sundry scenes from Hell...and they're all out of children's books and magazines! These books definitely weren't bedtime story material.