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So, yet another viral horror is doing the internet rounds, and we're ready to check out of the hotel of life. 

An absolutely terrifying ventriloquist doll of Hollywood actor Timothée Chalamet is spreading around the World Wide Web, and it must be stopped at all costs.

The doll was uploaded to eBay for an outrageous $122,795, and he's even wearing the infamous Golden Globes harness. Good luck sleeping tonight, is all we can say.

Others thought the doll resembled other well-known figures, like Justin Trudeau, Kim Jon-Iland Jonathan Cheban.

We're fairly convinced it's Timothée, no one else can pull off that iconic Louis Vuitton harness and live to tell the fashion tale.

Many online users also expressed their hope that they could eventually get their hands on the six-figure item, and we have to admit…that surprised us.

"If your man doesn’t get you the $100,000 one of a kind Timothee Chalamet ventriloquist figure with Louis Vuitton harness for your anniversary, is he REALLY what you’re looking for?" wrote one fan. Wow.

Others were raging that his hair wasn't done correctly, which came out of left field. We wonder has the actor seen the doll? Maybe it will end up stealing all of his roles?

He'd want to watch his back. This isn't going to do good things for our insomnia, we can't get the doll's creepy, smug face out of our imagination…

Feature image: Instagram/@cmbyn_timmy_bb

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For those of you who still need to catch up on your Netflix shows, don't miss the chilling new stalker series YOU.

The show stars Penn Badgley as a bookstore manager named Joe Goldbery, who meets an unsuspecting aspiring poet, Guinevere Beck, and gets a LITTLE too attached. To say the least.

He stalks the hell out of her, basically. Think Gossip Girl's Dan Humphries but way more creepy.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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It's now been announced super on the down-low on the You Instagram account that the thriller hit is getting a second series.

Since it was released, the show has been talked about non-stop online, both for the crazy plot and the chilling acting skills of Mr Badgley.

Anyone who has seen season one probably aren't surprised at the announcement, as it ends on a major cliffhanger.

YOU is based on the book of the same name by Caroline Kepnes.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Pretty much everyone who has watched the show are debating deleting their social media accounts, as Joe stalks Beck entirely from her Instagram and Facebook accounts. 

He finds out LITERALLY everything about her from a single click; where she lives, her place of work, aspects of her personality, her interests, her book loves, you name it.

Once he gets his hands on her phone, he can access her emails, group chats and messages. Which is basically someone's entire life, these days.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Shay Mitchell (Pretty Little Liars) also stars alongside Badgley and Elizabeth Lail, who plays Beck.

Listening to Joe narrate the entire show displays the weirdness and bizarre thought processes of stalkers.

Trust us, you won't be able to stop watching.

You'll also be looking over your shoulder a lot more…

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Do you pay attention to what’s around you when you’re in a dressing room?

Chances are you're probably too distracted looking at your potential new ensemble in the mirror. 

However, there is a creepy new way for predators to spy on people, and it's in the perceived safety of a private changing cubicle.

Next time you’re in a changing room, be aware of your surroundings and pay special attention to the coat hangers on the wall.

Hidden cameras have been disguised inside coat hangers and stuck to the walls of changing-rooms.

The device can be bought online for about €30-€40 and can be mounted in a public place to film unsuspecting members of the public.

Last year, police in Florida warned the public that these hooks had been found on walls in three public toilets around the state, according to The Mail Online.

The Florida Keys sheriff said at the time: "Anyone who has a public restroom on their property needs to check them closely."

"If you find anything suspicious you think might contain a hidden camera, don't touch it. Call us right away and we will respond."

"Keep in mind, though, that these are very small cameras that can be mounted in many locations and hidden in many seemingly every-day items."

Common spots for hidden cameras are inside dressing rooms, hotel rooms, and public bathrooms.

Private investigator Carrie Kerskie told NBC : "Nowadays, with the advances in technology, all you need to do is insert a MicroSD card. 

"The battery life for these coat hooks, I looked it up, is two hours.

"Then, you just take it out, pop it in the computer, and you have all your images", she said.

These cameras are widely available online, sold as “security devices” in buy and sell groups and online marketplaces.

Similar devices, such as fake smoke alarms and digital alarm clocks can also be fitted with cameras.

Apps have been developed that can detect the presence of a hidden camera but these are not always 100 per cent reliable.

Voyeurism is a criminal offence in the UK and offenders who are caught can serve up to two years in jail.  But in Ireland there is no specific law to punish voyeurism.

Recently, a 21-year-old McDonalds’ employee Luke Whiting who had installed a hidden camera in the female toilets was caught after a female colleague spotted the device, according to The Metro.

He has since been banned from the restaurant chain.

We'll be covering any hangers we see with our coats from now on…

Oh, and while we have you; don't forget to have your say in the inaugural SHEmazing Awards this May! It's time to vote, and you can do it right here!

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In the Internet-world that we live in today, writing notes can be really sweet. That's if you leave them for your partner of three years and at the end it says "P.S. please do the dishes."

But when a random stranger leaves a (lengthy) note "all around town," then it's safe to say a few people will get a bit freaked out.

Twitter user AhnethAhra, decided to show the world what was found several times around the local area:

The note read:

"OK Ladies, I get it.

You don't want a pleasant evening chat.

You don't want a gentleman to walk you to your car.

You don't want a friendly dude to help you carry your groceries… or hold open the door… or crush the life out of other men that would do you harm.

Fine – fear the good guys… I guess we'll have to just suffer through watching you get broken over and over by the scum you think you love.

But I want you to know – it's not easy and it hurts to see you fall.

Give the good guys a chance to help you be less afraid of the world."

He wanted to get his point across, fair enough. But another random stranger had a brilliantly epic comeback:

Random stranger no.2, we don't know who you are, but we love you.

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Normally, if a rather creepy clown sang to you, "after all these years, you'd like to meet," you'd more than likely run home and hide. 

Fortunately in this case, the creepy clown is Joe Jonas dressed up for Halloween and this is a beautiful cover of Adele's new song Hello

Even though Joe is completely unrecognisable, it's still a pretty good video:

 

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Have you ever gotten creeped out by someone, and you didn’t ever know why exactly?

You’re definitely not the only one, and now scientists are trying to find out why it is that we feel this way.

A new survey from Know College social psychologist Franics McAndrew tried to uncover what characteristics it is that make someone seem creepy.

Why do people make you give you a creepy feeling?

Lisa Wade, a sociology professor and founder of the blog Sociological Images adds that “things we know are dangerous scare us- but if we’re unsure if we’re under threat, that’s when things get creepy.”

 

So, when are we more likely to feel unsure about someone?

The number one reasons people found themselves creeped out by another was if they felt they were being watched.

The second characteristic which people attributed towards being creepy was when someone touched them frequently while they were speaking. Number three was people steering the conversation toward sex. 

For his study, McAndrew surveyed more than 1,300 people between the ages of 18 and 77 about behaviours and characteristics associated with creepiness.

The study first suggested a situation in which a trustworthy friend met someone who they thought was creepy.

Survey participants then rated the likelihood, on a scale from 1 ("very unlikely") to 5 ("very likely"), of the creepy person to possess certain physical attributes, like "greasy hair, which scored an average creepy level of 3.9.  

Of those surveyed, 95 per cent considered men to be more likely to be creeps than women. Surprising absolutely no one, the top profession thought to be held by a creepy person was clown, followed by taxidermists, sex shop owners, and funeral directors.

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Well this is weird.

We’re all for sibling closeness and all, but this?

Khloé and Rob Kardashian have taken their joke flirting slightly too far with these latest tweets.

Rob, who also caused some controversy over Twitter last week with claims he had a son, tweeted about his sister: “@khloekardashian: @robkardashian stop sexting me please” please woman. You wish I was.”

Yikes! The relaity star then took things a step further and included his little sister, Kylie, in on the strange tweeets, writing: “Wow @khloekardashian is texting me telling me she wants me and @kyliejenner is scratching my back with her feet. LET MY PEOPLE GO!”

At least it’s good to see that Rob is getting on well with his family and his troubles seem to be behind him we guess!

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This may possibly be the creepiest thing we’ve ever seen….

Emma Watson pulls of a mask to reveal she is actually Sophia Vergara.

It turns out neither actress was actually involved in the video, which makes it even creepier to be honest.

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It’s no secret that cats are fickle creatures.

So Buzzfeed decided to see just how creepy it would be if a human did the things cats do everyday, all day.

The result? Equal parts hilarious and creepy! We’re glad we don’t know any human cats.

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