what could be under the surface that very minute, or thought how scary
it would be to drown? How many times have you watched a nature
show during a feeding frenzy and felt something tearing at your flesh
like you were being eaten alive?
Have you ever peered over the edge of a steep cliff and got that tingly feeling deep within your soul, but still felt as though you were compelled
to glance again? How many times have you been to a funeral and
thought how awful it would be to find yourself trapped inside of a box, waking up in the dark under the surface of the ground? I would bet that
not too many people do, but I do! I am one of those people who love anything that has to do with horror and fear, and look for it everywhere I go.
I have been told, “imagination wont get me anywhere,” then again, for people without the means of going
anywhere, imagination gives them the well needed reprieve from their ordinary everyday lives. For me, it is
more of taking that breif moment in time, and having fun with it. I think of what makes it so fun, and I guess it
would be knowing that after, it really isn't true at all.
My imagination keeps me in tune with anything dark and horrific, no matter where I am, or what I am doing.
Everyone gets a little jumpy while walking through a dark street or ally, always looking around so nobody can
sneak up on them, but what if it is something they just can not fend off. What if it is something that can’t be
touched, or what if it is something truly out of this world?
Everywhere you look life is filled with the “what if,” and fears are imbedded within each of us, some more then
I feel that fears are one of the most important responses that we have as humans, and the reactions to such
fears are what make us who we are...