On Halloween, people around the world celebrate by indulging in all things spooky and scary. It is the one day of the year when the rules of normal society are thrown out the window and people are encouraged to give in to their dark side. Halloween, which falls on October 31, is a popular Western holiday for people of all ages, with little ones going door-to-door trick or treating and collecting candy from their neighbours, everyone dressing up in costumes of their favourite characters from popular media or something out of their imagination, carve pumpkins into jack-o’-lanterns is a tradition for families and pranking friends with tricks is popular among teens. But this year, it seems that nature has pulled the perfect prank on all of humanity collectively. As we jump from one disaster to the next, people around the globe have been living in constant terror since the beginning of this year. Simple ghosts, ghouls and serial killers just don’t do it for us anymore, because the horrors of reality are much more cumbersome than the fear any mythical creature can strike. Here are some of the truly horrifying things that haunt us this year…. Read full this story
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