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This Flock of Seagulls video is guaranteed to give you 'Nightmares'

One great device in horror films is to take something non-threatening like a birds or a clown and turn it into something scary. In today's scary video, A Flock Of Seagulls takes a girl's doll and turns it into a the nighttime activity we all dread - Nightmares.
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