13 Spooky Facts That Keep Us Up At Night

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13 Spooky Facts That Keep Us Up At Night

There are some days when life just feels a little too...spooky. Do you know? Like everything is going wrong, and you can't seem to do anything right. These days, it's helpful to have some facts about spooky life to help you put things in perspective. Here are some today. 

1. Sometimes, when you're having a spooky day, the best thing to do is just relax and take it easy. Everything will work out in the end.

2. Spooky life is unpredictable. You never know what's going to happen next. 

3. Just because something is spooky doesn't mean it's bad.

Some people look to horror or suspense movies to be scared. We at Cracked turn to cold, hard facts. Nothing is spookier than the true nature of this messed-up world. Here are 13 facts that'll make you go, "Hmm…okay, didn't want to know that, thanks."

Are you curious to know more? Don't be a chicken..scroll on down for some spooky facts that keep us up at night!

THE HOLLINWELL INCIDENT IS STILL UNEXPLAINED During a student marching band competition in July 1980, children suddenly started fainting. 300 children were hospitalized, after falling down like nine pins. The leading theories link it to pesticides or mass hysteria. CRACKED.COM

Source: BBC

BEATING HEART CADAVERS ARE WHEN PEOPLE'S BODIES LIVE ON AFTER DEATH There have been instances of people who have been pronounced completely brain dead (not just in a coma) whose bodies have lived on for up to 20 years. Biologically speaking, there is never a single moment of death. Organs fail in different moments. CRACKED.COM

Source: BBC

MEERKATS ARE THE MOST MURDEROUS MAMMAL Meerkats are the most likely mammal to die due to another meerkat. About 20% of meerkat deaths are murders by other meerkats. CRACKED.COM

Source: NPR

FACEBOOK DEVELOPED AN AI THAT INVENTED ITS OWN SHORTHAND Two chatbots started learning from one another and speaking in a shorthand they created. They experiement was shut down shortly after. CRACKED.COM

Source: BBC

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