Are you "scared of the dark"?

Contributor: Bignuf Bignuf
Does entering a dark room, or basement give you "chills"? Supposedly that is a vestigial response to our being creatures of the daytime, and having to hide from night predators.

So, does dark effect you that way?
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Yes, I get a bit nervous entering the dark.
Sincerely yours, N
Nope, I don't care. No worries.
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Contributor: OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
Yes of course. It's because you can not see. I sometimes bump into things while feeling my way around a dark room.

Yesterday on the Ripa and Michael talk show, they asked if anyone would go into a dark haunted house naked. Imagine that, naked and can not see. Then noise and things jump at you. Sounds exciting ?
Contributor: Sincerely yours, N Sincerely yours, N
I know that I should not be afraid, but primal urges toward fear tend to overpower rationality. When it is so dark that I cannot see, I do, in fact, become afraid. Thankfully, this does not happen often and there is almost always a source of at least dim light for me to see with. Even things like a tiny light on an electronic are sufficient to make me no longer scared.
Contributor: Leopard Kittie Leopard Kittie
Not afraid of the dark... I just always walk into things until my eyes start to adjust
Contributor: Pete's Princess Pete's Princess
It depends. If I am entering someplace I have been before, I don't get concerned. Someplace unfamiliar that might have bugs creeps me out.
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