Psychology of Creepiness

„Francis McAndrew and Sara Koehnke, the authors of a new exploratory paper in New Ideas in Psychology, say that creepiness is what we feel when we think someone might be a threat, but we're not sure – the ambiguity leaves us 'frozen in place, wallowing in unease'.“

PDF: On the nature of creepiness

Weird looking Clowns talking about Fashion are the creepiest:

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