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So due to my back pain, my doctor's put me on some pain meds that have been giving me awful, vivid nightmares and hallucinations, so it got me thinking: "What are the Thornewood kids biggest fears/worst nightmares?" (Ages and "who's who" in parenthesis after names.)

Eliott (7 and a 1/2): Being completely alone. Sent into deep water on a sail-less, oar-less boat all alone. Drowning.

Maggie (12): Roaches. Endless seas of roaches. Or rats. Endless seas of rats. (Roaches + Rats = Plagues, Viruses, Filth, Disease)

Roy (9): Eliott trying to murder him. His favorite varsity coat being destroyed.

Danny (8): Severely Arachnophobic. Spiders in general. Giant spiders, small spiders. Spiders EVERYWHERE!!! "Lookit this photograph:" *Holds up picture of Ron Weasley for reference*

Keven (10): Being kidnapped, suspended over a giant vat of chocolate, and slowly being lowered into it. One of his friends, especially Eliott, being hurt or worse and he being powerless to stop it.

Scottie (7): Scared of nearly everything. His brother terrifies him most among anything else.

Adam (13, Scott's older bro): In spite of scaring his little brother, he's afraid one day he might hurt him badly on accident. Is truly and deeply afraid of losing the little one.

Bernard (8): His father's...creations...coming to life and chasing after him, attempting to kill him and his friends. (Five Nights At Freddy's?) Fear of dolls, mannequins, and robots/animatronics.

Terry (12, Bernard's older bro): Dark spaces like attics and cellars. Fear of darkness, in general.

Brad (13, Leader of "The Order"/Ryan, the babysitter's, "baby" brother): Being burned/cremated alive. Fear of fire?

Ryan (16, Part-time babysitter): Being tied up or tied down. Fear of bondage...? (Does this have a name...?)

Marc-Anthony (12): Being trapped in a circus filled with people all painted up to look like clowns. (Social anxiety combined with Coulrophobia.)

Millie (8, Mikey's twin sister): Small spaces. (Severely Claustrophobic.)

Mikey (8, Millie's twin brother): Being onstage, humiliation. Heights.

Natalie (7, William's baby sis): Wolves. Ghosts. But mostly wolves. She's afraid/tentative around Keven due to him being a werewolf. (Even though she knows how sweet-natured he is both in and out of the form, she still fears that he may turn on her and her friends one day.)

William (17, Nate's former teammate, part-time babysitter): Not being able to protect his little sister or family should the need arise. Not being good enough to do much of anything. (Suffers from severe anxiety, in spite of seeming so "in control".)

Reese Nero (18, Ryan's friend): When he was a kid, he was terrified of that scene from Pinocchio when Lampwick was transformed into a donkey. He would regularly check to make sure he, himself, hadn't begun growing donkey ears or a tail.

Nate (16, Ryan's best friend): Harming someone, especially Crystal, his girlfriend, or one of the kids during one of his hallucinogenic episodes.

Crystal (16, Nate's aforementioned girlfriend): Losing one of the kids under her care. Nate losing it completely and hurting her or someone else.

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CutieWinterSnow Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
thanks for favs
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EBraunstein Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
No problem :) I like the Pumpkin Diamond idea :) Very cute!
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CutieWinterSnow Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
:) and thank you
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EBraunstein Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very welcome :)
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EmptyTome Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I found something you might like!

www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXPMYB…

Better footage!
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EBraunstein Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I DID like that! I wanna say that was the version I saw before that had the good quality.
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EmptyTome Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
It was the version you saw? That's great because I was looking up bootlegs to find that.
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EBraunstein Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Watching it, I really do think this was the version I watched.
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EmptyTome Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes, I had to tell OrangeLetters88 apart from sounding personal we're sisters and we love sharing things we watch and read. So I just had to tell her about the recommendation you gave me about The Gentlemen's Guide to Love and Murder.

It's a really great recommendation too and thank you for telling me about it I love it!
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EBraunstein Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Glad to hear it! It's based on a book, and the book was turned into a film back in the 40's. I rented it on YouTube and loved the film! The play has it's own plot and the murders are a bit more dramatic for the laughs, but in essence, they are quite similar. I think the film is called "Kind Hearts and Coronets".
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