Top 10 Scary Holes Found In People’s Basements
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Hello and welcome back to the most amazing channel on the internet! I am your host Rebecca Felgate and today we are taking it downstairs as we talk about the Top 10 Scary Holes found in basements. Basements can be scary places…. What is going on down there?! The plot thickens when you introduce a spooky hole! In general holes tend to scare be, big holes, small halls…. I feel like working for Most Amazing has given me Trypophobia. Before we get into the video why don’t you let me know what scares you the most? Let me know in the comments section down below! Also do leave a thumbs up on this video and share it with a friend – and of course check out the links in the description box to our most amazing instagrams if you wanna say hey over there….
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  1. 7. The Mirelurks: It looks like a sub-basement that is no longer attached to a sub-pump. Pipes in pic not hooked to anything?! Of course, that would only make sense.

  2. I would set my house on fire if I found a basement with spiderwebs that big 😵😲

  3. The scariest hole I ever experienced was also the first. As a child my auntie Hilda took me and my brother and 3 sisters to the Castle museum in Norwich. Inside the main hall was a metal grate that you could stand on and look down. And looking down you see an incredibly deep well with rough walls of flint and cobble stones. As a child I was incredibly sensitive to images of immense places and absorbed the atmosphere and the feeling of places like a sponge. They left deep impressions inside me that perhaps moulded the person I am today. Or simply reflected the depths of my own soul. Maybe this is why we fear the deep, maybe these deep holes provoke our subconscious of the deep unknown wells within us that we don’t understand or can even comprehend. And that gives us a sense of foreboding that drives us to cling to and hide ourselves in the mundane noise of familiarity, drowning out the fact that we are well and truly lost. Ever try to sit in silence and alone for more than 5 minutes and you will see what I mean.

  4. How about a touch of wendsly Dale Grommet. The crackers Rebekah you’ve forgotten the crackers.

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