Rewind·Oct 18, 201717 Horrifying Wikipedia Pages That Are For Adults OnlyWhat was that noise?!?!by Crystal RoStaff Writer FacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink We asked the BuzzFeed Community for the scariest Wikipedia pages they’ve ever read. Here are the insomnia-inducing results. Warning: Some images in this post are potentially disturbing. Continue at your own risk. 1. Fred and Rosemary West criminalminds.wikia.com The scariest one was about Fred and Rosemary West, who killed at least 10 young women and girls, some of them their own daughters. Most of the murders involved rape, bondage, torture, and mutilation. —arcticmankeys 2. Black-eyed children Unexplained Mysteries / Via youtube.com Paranormal creatures that resemble children who supposedly hitchhike, panhandle, or just show up at your doorstep.—piercethegherkins 3. Lizzie Borden Public Domain / Via en.wikipedia.org Lizzie Borden's page scares the crap out of me. Not only is the story of what she did so twisted and inconsistent, but the pictures of her literally look hellish.—m40957e3b9 4. The Max Headroom broadcast signal intrusion Wikipedia, jonrev / Via youtube.com The Max Headroom broadcast hijacking thing is creepy on its own level.—victoriae4a50957ed 5. Ultimate fate of the universe Getty Images Just reading about how the world is probably gonna end scares me even if I'll be dead by then. —secludedanxiety 6. Joyce Vincent en.wikipedia.org, Channel 4 News / Via youtube.com She died and was left in her apartment for three years.—mollyc4dc773567 7. Project MKUltra Public Domain / Via en.wikipedia.org Check out anything regarding MKUltra — aka the CIA's mind control program. These horrifying experiments actually inspired Stranger Things!—alisons4b9dda6ba 8. List of unusual deaths Public Domain / Via en.wikipedia.org So this is really scary, but addicting. I've read them all, so now, when the mood fancies me, I'll go to the page and scroll right to the 21st century for updates. But every now and then more older ones are added so you have to do a quick once-over. —khjakubec 9. The disappearance of Maura Murray en.wikipedia.org, Facebook: MauraMurray2004 Maura went missing in 2004 and there are a lot of strange details about her disappearance, including fake family deaths, a car crash she abandoned, and strange phone calls.—dominickk2 10. June and Jennifer Gibson, aka "The Silent Twins" FTD News / Via youtube.com They were twin sisters who only spoke to each other. They became criminals and were eventually sent to a psych ward for 11 years. One sister killed herself in order for the other to start living a normal life. Eerie and interesting!—chrisjay 11. The Hinterkaifeck murders Andreas Biegleder / Via en.wikipedia.org This happened in 1922 in Germany. A farmer noticed footprints in the snow going towards his farm but none going the other direction, family members heard strange noises in the attic, keys went missing, and a newspaper that no one in the family read was found on the farm. The maid quit because she thought the place was haunted. On the same day that the new maid arrived, the entire family, as well as the new maid, was murdered. No one ever figured out who the mysterious intruder was or if/why he killed the family.—imafreakokay 12. Armin Meiwes Thomas Lohnes / AFP / Getty Images He had a cannibal fetish and met guy on internet who wanted to be cannibalized, then...yeah.—ccarrlegal 13. The Villisca axe murders Horror Stories / Via youtube.com, Public Domain / Via en.wikipedia.org The unsolved, violent murder of the Moore family and their two houseguests in the middle of the night. —monikap6 14. Nathaniel Bar-Jonah KRTV / Via youtube.com He was a monster who combined such atrocities as kidnapping and cannibalism. He was apparently working on a recipe book containing body parts. I read that Wiki last year after watching the series Real Detective (last episode of Season 1, available on Netflix). Still scared shitless from it.—patrickp497b6e839 15. Charles Domery weirdwiki.tumblr.com He was a Polish soldier who had a bizarre appetite. Doesn't sound scary until you find out he ate cats, leather, candles, a human leg, etc. He never got full, he was never sick, and it is an unsolved medical mystery.—dmmoore13 16. David Parker Ray en.wikipedia.org This scares the shit out of me. Ray, commonly known as the Toy-Box Killer, would drug his victims, who would then wake up strapped to a gynecology examination chair, and a tape would be played for them explaining Ray's "rules."It's terrifying.—travisd4a11dc95b 17. Karl Patterson Schmidt Jegelewicz / CC / en.wikipedia.org, William Warby / CC / en.wikipedia.org He was a distinguished herpetologist and the world's top expert on coral snakes. Then one day he was sent a small snake to identify. The snake, a boomslang, bit him but he didn't believe the venom could kill him. So he decided to keep a journal of his symptoms. He kept recording everything he experienced almost until he collapsed unconscious and died of severe internal bleeding.—nickm427c0c808 Want to be featured on BuzzFeed? Follow the BuzzFeed Community on Facebook and Twitter!