1. Jumping off a plane (I know I already said that), bridge, building, wall or anything higher than a chair (which obviously includes: rock climbing, bungee jumping, roller coasters, emergency fire escapes etc.) See, as I told Meg, I guess the fear of skydiving is a perfectly healthy feeling, you know... the fear of smashing my beautiful self into the ground. :)
2. Thriller/Horror movies. Though I watch horror movies every now and then, I'm always afraid I'll have nightmares because of them. I know, I'm a wimp. Jack Torrance (The Shining) and Hannibal Lecter (The Silence of the Lambs) are probably the last people in the whole world I'd like to crash my birthday party, if you know what I mean.
3. Heavy metal. Yep, it creeps the hell out of me.
4. My neighbors' dog. I'm not at all afraid of dogs - I even like them in general. But I'm pretty sure that thing is not a dog, but the very satan himself. You wouldn't believe it! I freakin' hate that dog.
5. Empty long dimly-lit hallways. Creepy!
6. Eerie clowns.
7. The image of myself on a huge empty, dark parking lot building. (Not scared yet? Nothing? Try picture a clown standing there, watching you from the distance. Brrrrr... scary!)
9. Cockroaches. People always say they are a lot more scared of us than we are of them. Not true. They are not scared of us - not even a little bit. See, I would never break into Hannibal Lecter's house.