…:::kindertrauma:::… random header image

TRAUMAFESSIONS :: Reader Mikey on Unsolved Mysteries

November 12th, 2007 by unkle lancifer · 1 Comment

When I was really young, my mom used to watch that show UNSOLVED MYSTERIES and every damn time the theme song started playing, I would completely freak out and cry like a maniac, begging her to change the channel. It wasn’t even the show itself that scared me because I never actually watched any of the episodes at that point. It was just that stupid song that gave me nightmares. At this age, I had already been watching plenty of horror movies and loved them so I don’t know why this particular song had that kind of affect on me.

Eventually I ended up catching the middle of an episode one night and unwillingly got hooked by the creepiness about a haunted house. When a ghost inevitably appeared and frightened a little boy, my dumb child mind randomly thought the ghost was Jesus (I guess because I was already scared of Him to begin with) and it totally traumatized me. From then on, I developed an intense fear of Jesus and would stay up nights thinking that he might come visit me while I slept. I even had a panic attack while at church a few years later for a relative’s baptism. To this day, I still feel uneasy just thinking about him.

Believe it or not, I’m a really sweet person and I don’t worship the devil. I’m NOT the antichrist, as this would suggest. Well, at least I don’t think I am…

Related Posts with Thumbnails

Tags: Traumafessions

1 response so far ↓

  • 1 redfistNo Gravatar // Nov 13, 2007 at 1:58 am

    I too have been scared for life by the theme song to Unsolved Mysteries. I am 33 and still to this day whenever I pass it while channel surfing it gives me a cold chill. The show it’s self if not all that creepy and I never developed a Jesus phobia….but I can surely see how it is possible, with Pat Roberts and all.

    Tales from the Darkside also have one of the more spooky themes out there.

You must log in with your Kindertrauma account to post a comment: