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10 Nightmare-Inducing Eyelid Tattoos

Getting a tattoo is an awesome way to express oneself, but a decent amount of thought should go into getting inked because, well, they're permanent. We'll take a wild guess and say you might not be a fan of that eyelid tattoo in a couple decades, either.

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Film in Garage Sale Camera Contains a Picture of the Buyer’s Long-Deceased Uncle

Remember that episode of 'The Twilight Zone' about the camera that can take creepy pictures of things that happened in the future? This one takes creepy pictures of things that happened in the past.

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Man Scans Ants Eating His Scanner

The term "bug", in computer lingo, comes from one of the first computer errors, where the computer operator literally found a cockroach in its guts. Since then, "bugs" tend to be programming errors, and insects largely stay out of computers. Unless you put them in there deliberately, like Francois Vautier.

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Creepy Andy Warhol Sculpture Imagines the Artist at 83 [VIDEO]

If Andy Warhol were alive today, how would he react to modern culture? The iconic artist, who died in 1987 at age 58, would probably flip for internet microcelebrities on sites like YouTube, which affirms his "15 minutes of fame" theory.

To commemorate Warhol's 83rd birthday this past Saturday, artist Edgar Askelovic created a sculpture that imagines what he would have looked like had he lived to see 2011.

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Bizarre iPhone Case Lets You Hold Hands With Your Beloved Gadget

Forget about touch screens. If you're looking for a more hands-on iPhone experience, look no further than this realistic, creepy case from Japan. Modeled after a lady's hand, this case is perfect for those lonely nights when you want to feel closer to the person on the other end of the line. According to the product description, it's also great for practicing marriage proposals. This beautiful case can be yours from Strapya for 5,000 Yen or about 63 US dollars, plus shipping.

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Trees Grown to Look Like People Are Way Creepy [PICTURES]

Depending on their surroundings, some trees grow abnormally, with their trunk and branches conforming to nearby debris or blockages.

Former jeweler Peter "Pook" Cook has perfected a process to replicate this himself and actually "sculpt" growing trees into specific formations. Cook began doing this in the late 80s, inspired by fig trees growing on a cliff face. It took him years to refine the method, but the Australian now turns trees into unnatural but indeniably cool shapes, including eerie, human-like figures.

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Slowed Down Dial-Up Modem Noise Totally Sounds Like the ‘Lost’ Theme

What is it about slow motion effects that scare us so? The day already brought us a slow-mo pageant girl videos and now the screeching sound of dial-up internet connection has gotten the treatment as well. Who knew that a noise that evokes memories of early internet for so many of us had the potential to sound like the score to 'Lost' when slowed down by 700%? Check it out below and then listen to the 'Lost' opening to compare:

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Six-Year-Old Beauty Queen in Slow Motion is More Creepy Than Cute

TLC reality show (and guilty pleasure) 'Toddlers & Tiaras' chronicles the sometimes controversial world of child beauty pageants and one its tiny stars, like season two breakout Little Eden Wood. Confessional footage of the six year old complaining about the discomforts of hairspray was slowed down, making this normally cute kid a bit creepy.

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Newsweek Envisions Princess Diana at 50 in Creepy, Photoshopped Cover

Tina Brown, editor of Newsweek, is raising eyebrows with her new cover story, "Diana at 50."

In it, Brown envisions what Princess Diana's life would be like now, had she not perished in a car crash in 1997. Yes, she probably would've used Twitter, and yes, she likely would've become a defender of her son William's commoner bride, Kate Middleton.

But somewhere along the way, Brown veers into fantasy territory when she speculates on her imagined love life for Diana:

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