CHALLENGE: Can You Survive The Creepiest Videos On YouTube?

18 October 2016, 14:49 | Updated: 17 July 2017, 12:21

We the Unicorns

By Charleyy Hodson

Grab that pillow and get to hiding ASAP!

IT'S NEARLY HALLOWEEN OKAY? In the run up to the best holiday of the entire calendar, we're going to spook up your lives with seven of the creepiest videos you can find on YouTube right now. So put on some jammies, make sure your lights are switched off and get ready to watch some of the weirdest, most unexplainable videos ever uploaded to the Internet.

If you have any more videos you want to see included in this list, let us know in the comments below as we're mega keen for that jump scare. We feed off the fear.



This easily is one of the creepiest things we've ever seen. Based purely off everyone's irrational fear off switching off the lights, this short film will make you second guess how safe you are in the dark.


This video has a REAL sense of fear about it as it's a terrifying situation nobody wants to ever find themselves in. TBH, the driver in this video handled it way better than we could have.


If you've not heard of the world renowned Marble Hornets yet, then consider this an education. Here is episode one of pretty much the most terrifying video series on YouTube. Based on Slenderman, we only made it to episode 26 before screaming NOPE.


I do not feel fantastic when I watch this video. I feel the total and polar opposite of fantastic. This video makes me so uncomfortable that I can feel my future children recoiling in horror.


This video is super interesting because literally no one can explain what is happening. Also, 90 seconds of solid screaming is enough to classify it as one of the creepiest things we've ever seen, let alone heard.


Suicide Mouse and its following copycats are a huge creepypasta trend on YouTube/Reddit as it takes beloved, innocent characters and totally messes them up. Also check out Suicide Squidward for double the spooks.


Everyone hates that feeling that something, or someone, is behind them. But here's that same fear fast-forwarded to 2016, and the idea that stalkers can be spotted in your selfies - HELL NO.