What are some simple yet incredibly disturbing/scary facts?

What are some simple yet incredibly disturbing/scary facts?

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  1. 1/5 girls and 1/8 boys are sexually abused before the age of 18. Almost all of the predators were family or friends of family.

    Most people never bring it up, even with friends or people they trust. Even for those of us who do it doesn’t usually help in the long term.

  2. Satire news shows have become actually more news worthy than the real news. Example, shows like Last Week Tonight with John Oliver do more to inform you than actual news networks. There is in-depth reporting and real content. Unlike most news that is opinionated and cherry picked.

  3. Cotard’s syndrome, also called “walking corpse syndrome,” is a condition wherein the patient believes they are dead, dying, missing parts of their bodies, or don’t exist.

    Some people with Cotard’s syndrome may stop speaking or eating since they believe they’re dead.

  4. If you own a gun, the person you are most likely to shoot with it, by a mile, is yourself.

    “Two possibilities exist: Either we are alone in the universe, or we aren’t. Both are equally terrifying.”

  5. If you have a parasite in your body, there’s a slim chance you’ll know about it before it pops out of your skin or leaves through the back door.

    Also, some parasites pop out of skin.

  6. It’s as easy to bite off your own finger as it is to bite a carrot, your brain just stops you.

    If you get hit in the nose hard enough and at the right angle, the bone in your nose can go up and pierce your brain, killing you.

    Only five percent of the ocean has been explored.

  7. The girl from the most extreme and illegal porno daisy’s destruction is still alive to this day and says that she can’t have any kids for how fucked up her insides are

  8. A cat will blink if struck with a hammer

    I stole this from a George Carlin book, it’s a joke..please *dont* try to test this, i love cats and do not advocate animal abuse

  9. Here is one that I learnt last month.
    So, one of my colleague who is a history teacher was talking to another member of staff about WW2 in the break room.

    The Japanese had an operation planned for 5 weeks after the A-Bomb to blanket San Fransico, San Diago, and L.A with Plague infested fleas.

    Scary to think if they had done that before the A-Bomb and their subsequent surrender, how things could have been very different.

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