Walt Disney had created a cartoon for Mickey Mouse back in 1930 (SuicideMouse), and it was a little bit strange. The animation seemingly showed Mickey Mouse walking across a street with a couple of buildings in the background.or me would walk regularly. The music playing in the background wasn't the regular piano music you normally hear in those cartoons. It was simply banging on a piano before going to white noise for the remainder of the film. The video then cut to black. The whole thing was actually 9 minutes and 4 seconds long. The film stayed in black until the 6th minute, where it returned to Mickey Mouse walking down a street. There was no more music, though, there was some murmuring in the background. Until the 7th minute, the murmur turned into a bloodcurdling scream. Colors started appearing where there shouldn't have been in the 30s, and Mickey's face was falling apart. His eyes fell to the bottom of his head. The video then started to get very odd, becoming very warbled. This continued until the 9th minute, until going to closeup on Mickey's face for 30 seconds, with a sort of broken music box in the background. The video then ended. The person watching then left the room, very pale, and saying the phrase "Real suffering is not known" 7 times before grabbing a security guard's pistol and offing himself.
Honestly, I think Suicidemouse is fake.
A youtube video or a Flash game used as a practical joke to try and scare the viewer or the player abruptly.
It starts out quiet, so the victim is forced to turn up the volume. After about a minute or two, a maxed out volume scream is heard occupied with a frightening image.
One type of screamer is The Maze. The player has to go through a maze without touching the walls. Once the player gets to Level 3, they get close to the end, and a scream is played with a picture of a possessed woman.
James sent me one of those screamer videos. I think I've been scarred for life.
Heh, I got that asswipe good with The Maze screamer.