Darq Review – Beast Under Your Bed

Darq Review – Beast Under Your Bed

Darq is an intelligent puzzle game with a delightfully dreary setting that is over far quicker than you want it to be.

Creepy TIkTok Ghost Video: Toddler gets PULLED under bed by paranormal entity

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Josh Dean’s young daughter is being haunted. The child can be seen crying, with loud music playing in the background, as she crawls under the bed. The strange part is, the infant is yelling “Mommy” while doing so, and eventually gets pulled under the bed. Just watch her body get yanked.

It’s possible the child climbed under her bed looking for a toy. But got confused while trying to find it, and began to cry.

In another video, you can see her mom come in and an orb fly off her at the end.

The young father posted another video where you can hear someone yell at her to lay down. What’s creepy is that she went right to under the bed where she was pulled.

The parents claim they tried to film under the bed but that the dad’s phone malfunctioned when he tried to view and post the footage.

After view the videos, Josh dean won’t let her daughter sleep in that room anymore.
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Watch Bed Bugs Get Stopped in Their Tracks | Deep Look

At night, these parasites crawl onto your bed, bite you and suck your blood. Then they find a nearby hideout where they leave disgusting telltale signs. But these pests have an Achilles’ heel that stops them cold.

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Adult bed bugs are about the size and color of an apple seed. After biting, they hide in a nearby cranny, like the seam of the mattress.

At the University of California, Irvine, biologist and engineer Catherine Loudon is working to create synthetic surfaces that could trap bed bugs. She was inspired by the tiny hooked hairs that grow from the leaves of some varieties of beans, such as kidney and green beans. In nature, these hairs, called trichomes, pierce through the feet of the aphids and leafhoppers that like to feed on the plants.

Researchers have found that these pointy hairs are just as effective against bed bugs, even though the bloodsucking parasites don’t feed on leaves. Loudon’s goal is to mimic a bean leaf’s mechanism to create an inexpensive, portable bed bug trap.

“You could imagine a strip that would act as a barrier that could be placed virtually anywhere: across the portal to a room, behind the headboard, on subway seats, an airplane,” Loudon said. “They have six legs, so that’s six opportunities to get trapped.”

— Where do bed bugs come from?
Bed bugs don’t fly or jump or come in from the garden. They crawl very quickly and hide in travelers’ luggage. They also move around on secondhand furniture, or from apartment to apartment.

— How can I avoid bringing bed bugs home?
“It would probably be a prudent thing to do a quick bed check if you’re sleeping in a strange bed,” said Potter. His recommendation goes for hotel rooms, as well as dorms and summer camp bunk beds. He suggests pulling back the sheet at the head of the bed and checking the seams on the top and bottom of the mattress and the box spring.

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I am a rat, I know
Radioactive glow
My pretty garbage mask
It tricked you real, real fast

You let me in your home
I see in monochrome
I see in red
I see in red

He’s barely holding on

I used to be good like
The one you thought I was
He sounds so quiet now
He’s barely holding on

You give and you give
You give and you give
You give and you give
You give and you give

You give it all away
It’s gone eventually
That light won’t always stay
I learned the hard way

The well has gone dry
We gave the college try
This bitter, cosmic joke
I’d rather fucking choke

I don’t remember how
I came to be in here
I got you hanging from strings
I am a puppeteer

This is my theater
Inside a vacant garden shed
These are the movies that
I play in my head

I’m sure it’s funny now
The grain that broke the plow
It’s been so obvious
Feelings insomnious

I am the creature bred
From crimes in infrared
I wish you saw the truth
The beast under your bed

You give and you give
You give and you give
You give and you give