ByJancy Richardson, writer at Creators.co
To avoid fainting, keep repeating 'It's only a movie...It's only a movie...'
Jancy Richardson

OK, we've all seen Ring. Faded old videotapes are to be avoided at all costs. With this in mind, take a look at what is happening at a bus stop in London, England.

An old VHS copy of Hellraiser was spotted on the roof of a bus stop in Old Kent Road.

Yeah, yeah. It's just a prank. Right?

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The Great British public immediately took notice.

Littering is frowned upon in the U.K., even if it's only an AWESOME horror classic on a roof.

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Then things developed...spookily.

Maybe Pinhead was getting lonely and summoned one of his Cenobite buddies to keep him company.

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Both VHS tapes vanished, as suddenly as they appeared.

You hear that, America? English people were 'pretty sad' (that means 'totally devastated' in British. We don't like to exaggerate).

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Then a third, spanking new VHS mysteriously turned up.

Maybe it's just a magic Bus Stop where you can put things on the roof and they'll replicate themselves. Don't all rush to pile cash on the magic spot, now.

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Wild theories abound!

Or, y'know, some kids chucked a Hellraiser VHS onto a bus stop for a joke. I prefer the Pinhead theory.

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Maybe it's even a portal to a twisted Hell Dimension.

Better safe than sorry, eh?

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The Hellraiser VHS phenomenon is either mega-lolz or an impending apocalypse. Either way, keep an eye on your local bus stop...

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