I’m there right now”

Warn­ing: Freaky spooky con­tent ahead. Don’t click unless you like the hee­bie-jee­bies (or the jib­blies, if you’re a Strong Bad fan).

Today, on YouTube, I dis­cov­ered two of the eeri­est moments com­mit­ted to cel­lu­loid, and they’re both from David Lynch films.

Chrono­log­i­cal­ly first, here’s a snip from Lost High­way:

I have the sound­track to this film. The song that brack­ets the clip is titled “Some­thing Wicked This Way Comes”, IIRC.

Aaaaaaaaaaand after that bit of spook­i­ness, this one should seem down­right nor­mal. From Mul­hol­land Dr.:

The singer is named Rebekah Del Rio, and there’s quite the sto­ry behind that song and its appear­ance in Mul­hol­land Dr.

These two clips have some­thing in com­mon: When I saw the respec­tive films that they come from, each one was the one piece that stuck with me the most. Both had that spooky qual­i­ty that just embed­ded them in my mind.