This '90s PSA Was Made To Freak Out Kids Watching Saturday Morning Cartoons
Stop the hate... feel the chills.
So this might be the most terrifying PSA of the '90s. What's worse is that it played during Saturday morning children's programing.
It's safe to say that this PSA was meant to be seen by YOUNG KIDS WHO KNOW ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ABOUT THE WORLD.
The PSA starts out with images of newborn babies, set to sweet lullaby music.
"Here's one time it doesn't matter who your neighbor is," says the narrator of this PSA.
And then, the PSA suddenly cuts to the sound of a SCREAMING WOMAN and rapidly cut black-and-white images of...
Police officers pointing a gun at a black man:
A car that's been turned upside down:
A glass mosaic of Jesus Christ:
And it all flashes before your eyes to the sound of a woman screaming in horror:
The final shot is of a cemetery:
"Life's too short. Stop the hate."
Here's every '90s kid who ever watched this PSA:
Take a trip down memory lane that’ll make you feel nostalgia AF