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the eponymous movie and the Clive Barker novella which inspired it; he's actually summoned the same way as Bloody Mary. Every green lane had its boulder-stone on which an apparition kept watch at night. Rihanna presents a much more hopeful version with the first line of her chorus in 'The Monster'. 'Existential uncertainty Angua said. Robert Sheckley 's scifi short "Ghost V" is about two troubleshooters hired to investigate the bizarre events on a far-off planet; they belatedly realize that the planet brings your subconscious imaginings to life, and so they have to spend the entire return trip to Earth. Althoug Melvin turns out to be very friendly, he is rather annoying because his loud snoring keeps Martin up all night. Not to be confused with being kept awake by neighbors having nightly fun. Played with in The Simpsons. Newspaper Comics Gary Larson often used this trope in The Far Side : One strip plugged a "Monster Snorkel which lets you breathe under your bed-covers without exposing even an inch of skin to attack, demonstrated by a child using it to hide from. Frequently found in concert with.
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Its Pokedex entry from Pokemon Sun is particularly chilling. There's also some aspect of losing morality contributing to becoming a monster. Played with in the Grimm Brothers' fairy tale "The Story of a Boy Who Went Forth to Learn Fear" (aka "The Youth who Could Not Shudder. With the release of the "Kids Room Stuff" DLC pack for The Sims 4, Child Sims who sleep in a child-sized bed will occasionally get a visit from a many-tentacled "Monster Under the Bed" in their sleep. At midnight in Templars of the Shifting Verse, the world is visited by shadowy humanoid figures who talk nonsense and occasionally murder people. The remainder of the song goes on in graphic detail about how that monster will kill and eat the child. Because, as he puts it, he's always wanted a son who he could "scare the living Hell out of!" Little Monsters is based on this trope, though the monsters from the under-the-bed dimension are thrive more on mean-spirited pranks than scaring people. There was, however, a scary Closet Monster made up of dirty clothes, with coat-hanger claws and a washing-basket shell like a turtle.
And things that go bump in the night. Good Lord, deliver us! This was recorded in The, cornish and West Country Litany, 1926, but it quite likely to be much earlier. Things That Go Bump in the Night and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.