One of the many perks of being an adult is being able to bury memories. However, those horribly scarring memories from your childhood can easily be unearthed.

So in celebration of Halloween, we decided to get our hands dirty by digging up some of those memories.
Here are several scary television and movie scenes from your childhood that probably scarred you for life.
Happy flashbacks!

Dumbo’s hallucination from “Dumbo” (1941):

Judge Doom’s Death from “Who Framed Roger Rabbit" (1988):

The intro to “Are You Afraid of the Dark?” (1991):


The opening scene and pretty much everything else from the twisted nightmare that is the “Nutcracker Fantasy" (1979).

Basically everything from “The Ring" (2002):

The opening scene from “Scream" (1996):

Scream (1996) - Part 1 from Rashed Al-Assiri on Vimeo.

The tunnel to eternal nightmares and endless adult therapy from “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" (1971):

The terrifying clown scene from “The Brave Little Toaster" (1987).

Did we miss any scenes that traumatized you as a child? Tell us in the comments!

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