No, I was fearless as a kid and teen. I was surrounded by thugettes and thugs.
The wicked witch scared me the most, but my Dad always told me he "knew a guy" in touch with the flying monkey's and if I didn't eat all my dinner..... They were only a phone call away 😲
I was afraid the girl would come for me too :D freaked me out for a long time until I watched Scary movie 2!
The Wolf Man with Lon Chaney.
Ugh! There was a creepy monkey in Steven Kings "Creep Show" Its still the creepiest thing!
The Exorcist. Nuff said.
Some old guy in a hat walking down a side walk whistling in one of the poltergeist movies :/ I can still picture it and it freaks me out .... I was gonna look for a clip but I wanna sleep tonight :)
The original movies "The Thing" and "King Kong" scared the living s*** out of me. Even as an older adult, I still have issues with horror movies.
I don't remember anything that scared me. I do remember my little brother being so scared by the abominable snowman in Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer that he hid behind the couch.
There's two that stand out, Jaws (I hid behind the couch, and the only other time I did this was during games of hide and seek or when The Pools man (football) knocked on our door and our dad wasn't in to pay him).
And American Werewolf In London., I sat frozen to the spot, literally "scared stiff."
On t.v. .... I was terrified of Korla Pandit, the organ player who had his own show in the early 1950's.
The 1972 TV movie "Gargoyles".
That movie always scared me . . .
Yes that creepy unicorn that flew in the air whenever a movie started. The Tristar unicorn thing.