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  • I wanted to make this video about 6 months ago, but then I thought,

  • NO! I'll save it for Halloween, because of "THEMING" or... whatever, I don't know.

  • SHUT UP! I don't have to explain myself!

  • I'm excited to tell you this story!

  • WOW!!!

  • (Laughs)

  • So, Haunted Houses.

  • I think Haunted Houses, they're fine.

  • But I don't want to brag or anything,

  • but since the age of 16, I've never been in a Haunted House that I was scared of.

  • Granted, all the Haunted Houses I've been in were free and didn't have me sign a waiver,

  • and when I was little, sure, I was TERRIFIED of Haunted Houses.

  • It's just... I don't know.

  • I think I kept telling myself that none of it was real.

  • And then when I grew up, I just always knew that none of it was real.

  • When you can see the severed hand is made of plastic,

  • all the tension you previously had is kinda lost.

  • And sure, I still get startled at the jumpscares,

  • but since they don't stab you or anything, its always AWKARD afterwards.

  • Uh... Hello?

  • Uh... I'm just gonna walk this way now.

  • Or maybe I don't get scared 'cause I don't feel emotions... anymore. WHO KNOWS!?

  • But there's one Haunted House experience during my senior year of High School

  • that I will never forget, because it was probably one of the most traumatizing things I've ever seen.

  • I haven't seen that many traumatising things.

  • And also, I won't forget it, because I'm about to immortalize the experience

  • by making a YouTube video about it.

  • Alright, my senior year, I was part of my school's Drama Club. I was a theater kid.

  • And the clubs at the school got to help do some of the activities for the school's fair.

  • The whole school is putting on a fair, probably to raise money or something.

  • It seems that schools are always in need in some extra cash.

  • Have you ever noticed that?

  • So the football team got to do the dunk tank,

  • the band kids, like, face painted, or something?

  • I don't remember, it's not important.

  • And the theater kids, since the fair is in October and that's Halloween's month,

  • we got to put on a Haunted House.

  • Cool!

  • The Drama Club was separated into groups,

  • and we would each be a "Scary Part" in the Haunted House.

  • And we got to make the Haunted House inside the school.

  • So we got a lot of area to work with,

  • and there was a lot of space in between each scary thing.

  • My group, what we did is we dressed up as Vampires, but Scary Vampires,

  • and we sat at this dinner table, and we decorated it with fake organs,

  • goblets filled with blood (Red Kool-Aid),

  • and we had this freshman girl that was laying on top of the table

  • and we put fake organs coming out of her, you know, to make it look like we were eating her

  • because Vampires eat... people.

  • Okay, saying that out loud, I realize that doesn't make any sense,

  • why would a group of Vampires be eating... someone?

  • They... they... they don't do that.

  • We put a yellow sheet over the light above for a good SPOOPY atmosphere,

  • We had a smoke machine, some ambient Halloween music playing...

  • SPOOKY SCARY SKELETONS SEND SHIVERS DOWN YOUR SPINE

  • Our group was pretty LEGIT.

  • Whenever a group of people walked by,

  • We would just silently stare at them,

  • and then the freshman on the table would scream at the top of her lungs...

  • She was really good at screaming by the way.

  • And since we had so much space in between each of the scary parts,

  • When they walked past us, we would get up and chase them!

  • YEAH! It was fun.

  • Okay, so you have to understand that theater kids are VERY LOUD, extroverted people.

  • I need to tell you about this one kid who was in my Vampire group,

  • Um... We'll just name him...

  • Balake.

  • Yeah, Balake.

  • Balake and I were both part of the school's Improv Club, so we were both pretty funny people,

  • except Balake was just OUT THERE.

  • He was LOUD. It seemed he was just always screaming.

  • I didn't have any classes with him, but he was obviously the high self-esteem class clown kind of kid.

  • So Balake, being the loud and more popular kid, he got to sit at the head of our table.

  • We had done the Haunted House for about two hours at this point, and I want you to think

  • what it's like to go inside a Haunted House.

  • Just going in for 5 minutes, that will already make me feel uncomfortable and sweaty.

  • All the strobe lights, the smoke and the freshman over here

  • who has to be constantly screaming "BLOODY MURDER"...

  • Again, you did a good job freshman.

  • And we were supposed to get a break sometime in the middle,

  • but since the haunted house was so popular, we didn't get ONE break.

  • So I'm a little loopy after doing all this for so long, right?

  • I was totally NOT ready for what was about to happen.

  • This group of people walk in and we do our normal thing,

  • We get up and we chase them.

  • But Balake got pretty physical with this one little boy,

  • like he kind of shook him up a bit.

  • And I didn't see exactly what happened,

  • but apparently this little boy was holding a fish in a plastic baggie,

  • You know those little tiny fish that are actually supposed to be used as food for bigger fish

  • that you can win as prizes in fairs?

  • And 99% of the time the fish die within two weeks, 'cause you don't have the right aquarium equipment.

  • So you just put them in water and slowly watch them die.

  • You know those fish?

  • I didn't think people were allowed to bring their new pet fish into the Haunted House,

  • but I guess he smuggled it in or something.

  • I didn't see the kid drop the fish, maybe Balake slapped it out of his hands - that could of happened,

  • I just heard a scream and I saw a fish, flopping around in a puddle on the floor.

  • Fish look like they're in so much PAIN when they're out of water.

  • I don't flail all around uncontrollably when I go swimming, like, calm down fish!

  • I'm silently panicking, 'cause the fish looks like he gonna die in 3 seconds if we don't do something.

  • I start thinking of places we can put the fish.

  • Uh... Uh...

  • THE TOILET!

  • But Balake, without saying anything just immediately bent down,

  • cupped the tiny fish in his hands,

  • He ran back to the table, he put the fish in an empty goblet,

  • and then he POURED RED KOOL-AID INTO THE CUP!?

  • NAH! I'm just kidding! He got a water bottle from under the table

  • because they gave us water bottles,

  • and the fish was fine, ladies and gentlemen!

  • It all happened so fast, and thanks to Balake quick thinking,

  • he saved this little kid's fish.

  • The kid was still a couple of feet down the hall,

  • Balake took the goblet in his hands,

  • he walked it over to the kid,

  • he reached out his hand to give the kid his fish...

  • AND THEN HE JUST CHUGGED THE DRINK!!!

  • BALAKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • HE! DRANK! THE! FISH!

  • And this little kid let out the most blood-curdling scream.

  • It sounded like this kid just watched his pet get swallowed by a complete stranger.

  • It was honestly THE loudest scream I heard that night.

  • I bet the next group of people behind these guys were thinking,

  • "Aw, man. Whatever's next must be really scary to get that kid to scream like that."

  • The kid started trying to attack Balake,

  • and I'm sure, if he had the correct tools he would have murdered him,

  • Balake eventually spat out the fish.

  • (Spitting sound)

  • He didn't swallow it THANKFULLY!

  • He just kept it swimming in his mouth,

  • but I mean that's what you gotta do when you're working in a haunted house.

  • You have to scare people anyway you can.

  • I was just a bystander and I still wake up in a cold sweat thinking about it.

  • Turns out, this kid was actually Balake's little brother,

  • so at least he didn't to this to a complete stranger.

  • Man, you really go to appreciate what lengths older brothers go through

  • to torment the little brother.

  • Balake's little brother, you might be watching,

  • but I was there dude! I know what pain you go through.

  • I have an older brother too. I know what it's like to be Luigi.

  • I mean, he never swallowed any of my pets,

  • he would just, steal my food.

  • He also never let me win in Super Smash Bros.

  • Anytime I was about to win, he would turn off the Nintendo.

  • But I mean, I'm fiiiiiine!

  • Look how I turned out.

  • I shouldn't be so hard on my older brother. After all, he SUPPOSEDLY watches my videos.

  • No one send him a link to this video, I want to see if he actually watches these.

  • Hey bro, you probably forgot all the times you turned off the Nintendo 64,

  • but I'll never forget the first time I beat you in Super Smash Brothers

  • fair and square without a handicap.

  • We were on Link's Stage, your favorite character

  • and ironically, I was Luigi.

  • So changing subjects, someone asked if I say "Wear Your Seatbelt", because some I knew died

  • in a car crash or somthing?

  • Nope. No one I ever known has ever died in a car crash.

  • I known of some people who've been in car crashes,

  • But they all lived because they wore their seatbelt.

I wanted to make this video about 6 months ago, but then I thought,

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私のトラウマになったお化け屋敷体験 (My Traumatizing Haunted House Experience)

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    Martin に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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