Before I start this article, let me say that you will absolutely not see a picture of it here. It creeps me out that much. I absolutely refuse to find it, because I never want to see it again. NEVER, ever again. I will provide a link to a video that has the picture on it, but that's it. I do not want it on this site, because I update a lot of my articles and I just don't want to see it. Call me a wimp, I don't care. It freaks me out that much.
The story takes place on Reddit, where a user was chronicling a series of strange events where his doorbell sensors would go off, but there'd be no one in the pictures. Assuming it's just the neighborhood pet, he goes about his merry way. Until the third night is when there is an unexpected visitor.
(This is where I'd give you a picture for visual reference, but NOOOOOOPE. Put it this way: I hate snakes so much, I can't even watch them on TV. I hate this picture even more that I would easily trade petting a snake than ever seeing this goddamn picture again.)
The stranger (for a lack of a better term) is wearing a creepy mask and peering right into the camera. This person knows there's a camera there and is making a mockery of the homeowner trying to keep out intruders. After checking his notifications on his phone, he notices the late night visitor came at odd hours of the night. Even weirder is after the picture revealed him/herself, the stranger never showed him/herself again.
It almost makes me think that this stranger was either just a person looking to freak someone out (mission accomplished) or just a friend playing around. But we may never know the truth.
If you'd like to see this nightmare fuel, you can click this link ... ha! You thought I was going to provide a link. Well, no. Because if I put the link down, Blogger automatically adds the video and the damn picture is the thumbnail for the video. NO! You want to see this monstrosity so badly, you can search "5 Unsolved Mysteries and Unexplained Events" by Nuke's Top 5 yourself. I know I'm hyping this picture to be the freakiest thing ever and it's not. It's just some guy in a mask, but it get's to me. When I first saw it, I couldn't sleep at night. It was like it was burned into the back of my eyelids. I'd close my eyes and there it was. I've had to train myself to do mental gymnastics, so I never even think of it. Even for this article. I've done tons of articles on weird crap and none of them have freaked me out as much as this. Not even The Expressionless.