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Old 06-28-2018, 11:30 AM   #556
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most creepy things:

-Kevin hughes' killer runing from one side to the other. The WWII cap without possibility of tracing its origin.
-Angie Hammond's abductor pick up truck with the fish in the window. The boyfriend hearing the abductor saying "I din't need to use the telephone".
-The other cases related to Angie Hammond: the picture of the lady in her wedding dress
-Carol's attacker: the misterious black pick up truck moving and blocking her way.
-Patricia Meehan standing in the fence, looking at the other woman and then vanishing into the night
-The graffiti about Rachel Runyan
-The guy searching for the "beast" in the middle of the desert, with the scary flut sounding
-I-70 killer entering the shops and shooting people without provocation
-The possible picture of Tara Calico handcuffed
-Cindy James seeing only her attacker's shoes
-Richard Boocklage's letter to Tania's parents. The fact that he sent it before the murder took place.
-All the cases of covenience store clerks abducted or killed. That guy with the Megadeth T -Shirt.
-The Arsonist's voice. The guy founding the VHS with other heavy metal stuff.
-The guy appearing from nowhere and abucting Nyleen Kay Marshall.
-Keith Reinhard and Tom Young leaving to the mountains. The fact that the two lived in the same house. The fact that Keith's novel was about Tom.
-Cindy Anderson vanishing and leaving a book open in a specific page related to an abduction
-Chaim Weiss teacher saying the students to go to bed and saying "its Halloween"
-Diana Robertson and her husband being murderd on the forest, in the middle of nowhere.
-The son of Dorothy Donovan looking at the guy running to his house
-Phillip Fraser's killer entering the car and the girl saying "he's going to regret the day..."
-The mayority of places where Robert Stack appeared (dark castles or old buildings, etc.)
-Kristi Krebs vanishing in the forest. The fact that she had a similar incident with a car before.
-Frank Boomer (I don't remember the name), an american soldier maybe taken to the soviet union

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-Kevin hughes' killer runing from one side to the other. The WWII cap without possibility of tracing its origin.
I can never watch that segment without getting chills. even with it being solved and knowing that his own business associates/leaders were responsible. UM knew how to scare people and put them in the story.
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I can never watch that segment without getting chills. even with it being solved and knowing that his own business associates/leaders were responsible. UM knew how to scare people and put them in the story.
First UM segment I ever saw. I was a little kid and it scared me to death.

That scene where Kevin and Sammy Sadler are in Evergreen Records and hear that door rattling was, for whatever reason, really good at capturing that chilling sensation you get hearing something go bump in the night, so to speak. If I'm really watching intently I almost feel like I'm in the room with them.
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First UM segment I ever saw. I was a little kid and it scared me to death.

That scene where Kevin and Sammy Sadler are in Evergreen Records and hear that door rattling was, for whatever reason, really good at capturing that chilling sensation you get hearing something go bump in the night, so to speak. If I'm really watching intently I almost feel like I'm in the room with them.
Yep that's the part...I watched it this morning again. and they go straight away to Sammy Sadler saying I never expected I was going to be shot. I find it interesting that the industry instantly went to chart fixing as a theory for the murder. I wonder how much that was happening and still happens in Nashville?
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I still have to say Jodi Huisentruit. Just the thought of rushing to work in the early morning hours and being violently abducted gives me chills. Not to mention that it's pretty likely the perpetrator knew her schedule and was waiting for her to leave her apartment.

I think Dynoguy posted screenshots a while ago of a news broadcast outside of her apartment--including a location where the abductor would have been able to lie in wait for Jodi to emerge without her seeing him.
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Just saw the Charles Morgan segment from season
three, with bits now included that I am sure Lifetime
chopped out. That whole segment may now qualify as scariest UM moment for me. Just the whole mafia angle, shady characters, plus the early 1990s UM production that gave me chills. Especially the sound effects and then the alleged FBI agents showing up at Morgan's house and rattling Mrs. Morgan. A far cry from the Mann ghost story or the late 2000s UM reworks with the psychedelic graphics and inane sound effects linked to graphics on the screen.

Also, the Phillip Frazier segment when they show the composite of the killer at the end with the foreboding music. Creepy!

Finally, the Casie Nicole segment where the guy sees the boat starting and stopping in the distance. Something effectively creepy about that. Again, best viewed in the 1992 segment, not the remade one from the Dennis Farina segment.
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Just saw the Charles Morgan segment from season
three, with bits now included that I am sure Lifetime
chopped out. That whole segment may now qualify as scariest UM moment for me. Just the whole mafia angle, shady characters, plus the early 1990s UM production that gave me chills. Especially the sound effects and then the alleged FBI agents showing up at Morgan's house and rattling Mrs. Morgan. A far cry from the Mann ghost story or the late 2000s UM reworks with the psychedelic graphics and inane sound effects linked to graphics on the screen.

Also, the Phillip Frazier segment when they show the composite of the killer at the end with the foreboding music. Creepy!

Finally, the Casie Nicole segment where the guy sees the boat starting and stopping in the distance. Something effectively creepy about that. Again, best viewed in the 1992 segment, not the remade one from the Dennis Farina segment.
It's interesting you bring those up. Phillip Frazier is scary in its own right becuase of the hitchiker craze....I think in the late 80s/early 90s that was a big thing and UM has several segments of that nature.

The Charles Morgan and Casie Nicole both have elements that scare me for some reason. Both involve phone calls. I don't know if it is the music played or whatever but those both stand out to me.
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