We’ve all experienced it. When you switch off the light and have to move to the next room, you have the sense that you’re not alone and that someone is watching you from a dark corner. Or when your heart begins to race when strolling alone in the streets late at night, fearful that someone is hiding in the bushes waiting for you. That is what Brian Coldrick, a Dublin artist, depicts in his work. He produces moving pictures that depict various frightening scenarios that will give you goosebumps and send shivers down your spine. Brian manages to create a narrative, catch the audience’s attention, and even make you wonder if someone is standing behind you right now using only one image and a few words. Thus, we at Animated Times thought, why not show fans Brian Coldric’s work? But let us remind you that these are scary, so beware of reading this article alone if you aren’t brave at heart. Sounds lunatic? If yes, then let’s pop into the list and find out what this artist has to show us.

10. The spirit kills the bullies:



9. The Harsh Truth:


8. Maybe he just wants a wave back??


7. But will those problems ever leave you???


6. He wants to borrow your sunblock:


5. Trick or Treat Grandma give us some skittles:


4. Attack of the Titan:


3. The shadow knows:


2. Those stabbing paws trying to make her get up:


1. It actually quite sad:


So, yeah, we don’t encourage you guys to read these 10 One-Picture Horror Stories on your own. These are some of the most heinous horror stories ever told. But be careful not to read them alone, since they are some of Brian Coldrick’s really grim stories. So, what are your thoughts on these illustrations? Did they frighten you? Does it send shivers down your spine? Let us know in the comments, and don’t forget to vote for your favorite! Also, go show some love to Brian, an incredible artist who deserves far more attention than he has received. Artists appreciate your support, so go follow and like them on social media!

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