We know those times where you might of forgot to buy candy to give the kids on Halloween, or you got lost in the middle of nowhere going trick or treating at night. Tell us your bad halloween experience in the comments below.
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A while ago, there was a game made called "Five Nights at Freddy's" a.k.a FNAF. Five Nights at Freddy's is an indie point-and-click survival horror video game developed by Scott Cawthon. The game centers on the fictional pizza restaurant Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, where the player must act as a night security guard, defending themselves from the malfunctioning animatronic animal characters by tracking their movement through the facility using security cameras. Five Nights at Freddy's was first released via Desura on August 8, 2014. On August 20, 2014, after it was approved by the service's crowdsourcing platform Greenlight, Five Nights at Freddy's was also released via Steam. A port for Android was released on August 27, 2014, via Google Play Store. On September 11th, 2014, an iOS port was then released. The game was praised by critics for being a unique take on the survival horror genre, with a particular emphasis on its simplistic design, along with how its gameplay mechanics and aesthetics contributed to an overall feeling of fear and paranoia. Five Nights at Freddy's was the top-selling game on Desura for the week ending August 18, 2014, and the game became the subject of a number of popular "Let's Play" videos on YouTube—including one by Markiplier, who labelled it the "scariest game in years". A sequel has been hinted at by the creator through updates of his website. Warning: If you ever plan to the game, note that if you have strong epilepsy and are faint-hearted, we suggest you don't play the game.
In this YouTube video that got popular last month shows a guy getting out of his SUV with his camera running towards a Dirt Devil tornado in the desert, as it got closer to him, he ran to the car. The tornado came near to pick the car up, the car was too heavy for it to pick up. [WARNING: HEADPHONE USERS]