June 1st, 2010 § 3 Comments
Picture the scene….it’s late at night, all is dark and quiet. You’re trying to get to sleep and have just started to drift when…
A creepy noise comes from the other side of the room. Somewhere beyond the foot of the bed, in the corner, behind you. You’re suddenly wide awake, heart jolting, hairs on the back of your neck standing up. What do you do?
You force yourself to sit up in bed, turn around and CHECK FOR MONSTERS.
Most of us when questioned would say that monsters don’t exist. So why when it’s dark or creepy and there’s an unexplained noise, do we have to MAKE SURE there’s not a supernatural being in the room?
My first thought is never “it could be a burglar”. It’s always “it could be a monster!”.
Of course, I bet most people think of a monster like something out of “Paranormal Activity” – kind of invisible but most likely an animal with a creepy man-face. Not like this guy, a claw-fingered naked bloke riding a winged dog-lizard with an angry snake-friend –>
Or maybe they do?