8 dark and disturbing cartoon theories that will creep you out

Many of us are happy to believe that our favorite childhood cartoons are totally innocent. However, there are some dark theories that try to prove what is hidden behind the cartoons.


In the first episode, the life of Ash, the main character, seems quite normal but then, he has an accident while riding his bicycle.

He wakes up from the accident and suddenly his world changes. Ash begins to travel the world and has fantastic adventures which involves training and fighting against peculiar creatures that are called Pokemon. However, there’s a curious twist. No matter which new city he visits, the same nurse always shows up.

The theory goes that Ash never actually woke up from the accident and fell into a coma instead. Subconciously, he created the world of Pokemon in his head.


Angelica is the only girl that actually existed. Everyone at the cartoons are babies and it is said they are a product of her imagination. The story goes that Angelica is sad and alone because her mother works so much and doesn’t have time for her.

That’s when her began to imagine lifeless babies were her friends. That’s why she is the only one who can speak to them. She was very happy when her cousin, Tommy Pickles was born because she would have someone to play with, but unfortunately he lost his life shortly after birth. The reason why Tommy’s father, Stu, never leaves the basement is because of that. He stays there making toys for his child that will never be able to play.

Chuckie passed away in a car accident along with his mom, and for that his dad is always paranoid most of the time just like Chuckie, who is a bundle of nerves at the cartoon.

Regarding Phil and Lil, there were never two brothers in the first place but only one baby who wasn’t born. Angelica never knew if the baby was going to be a girl or a boy, so she came with the idea of twins of different genres.

Ed, Edd n Eddy

There’s a very popular theory that Ed, Edd, n Eddy are actually ghosts and stucked in purgatory. This could explain why there are no adults on the show, why the series seems to take place in their little dead end and the reason they have blue tongues (tongues can turn bluish upon death).

The children in the cartoon are from different time periods, but they have in common that they passed away in the same neighborhood.


This is a heartbreaking theory which assumes that Jon and Odie don’t exist. Garfield is a homeless cat who is actually starving and is only picturing Jon and Odie. There was a reference to this in a Halloween-themed comic. Garfield woke up in an abandoned house and started calling Odie and Jon, but there was no answer. He then goes crazy and continues having illusions about the family that he never had.

Hello Kitty

Legend has it that this cute kitten was created in 1970 by a Chinese woman. Her daughter was diagnosed with mouth cancer. Doctors informed the mother that nothing could be done for her daughter and was going to leave very soon. The woman was devastated but unwilling to let her go.

The woman started to visit many churches, prayed over and over for a miracle and made many promises. Nonetheless, her daughter’s condition was getting worse every day. It seemed that nothing could save the little girl. The distraught mother decided to take her last resort and made a pact with the devil.

In order to save his daughter’s life, the devil only asked for one thing. The mother must create a character that was famous worldwide. Satan wanted to attract as many people as possible and gain new followers who would do everything for him. By buying this character, it would be an involuntary way to say “yes” to the evil one.

This is why the cat was designed without a mouth as a symbol of the girl’s cancer. The name was in honor of the devil because the word “Hello”, is a typical greeting and “Kitty” in Chinese means “demon”. So, “Hello Kitty” is actually a way to say “Hello Demon”.

The Fairly OddParents

It is said that Timmy has schizophrenia and his magical godparents are a representation of antidepressant medicine. They are there to help him with his problems but only until he no longer needs them. Also, not only did they started to appear at the same time as his problems but there are some serious side effects every time he abuses of their magic.


A rather awful theory alleges that the adorable yellow Minions were inspired by Jewish children adopted by Nazi scientists for the sole purpose of using them in gas experiments. There’s a picture that tries to represent some of those children wearing masks used to dispense poison. It is rumored that the successful children’s film subliminally makes the public accept that ideology.

The Smurfs

It was speculated that the creator of the cartoon had made a pact with the devil to achieve success, so he dedicated the show to Satan. Also, the following are some coincidences found that can make you  think that this theory may be real.

The leader of the Smurfs is the only one who wears red clothes, as Papa Smurf represents the devil.

Though there are about 100 smurfs in the village, 7 of them are the main characters and ironically, they represent the deadly sins. Here are the names and which one represents each: Grouchy Smurf (Wrath), Greedy Smurf (Gluttony), Vanity Smurf (Pride), Hefty Smurf (Envy), Brainy Smurf (Greed), Lazy Smurf (Sloth) and Smurfette (Lust).

Gargamel seems to be the villain of the cartoon, however there’s this tale that says he was a kind of a monk and that he lived in a ruined church. He always tried to catch “demons”, that are the Smurfs, in this case. Also, the name of his cat “Azrael” is the same one as the Archangel of death.

Did you ever imagine there were such dark stories behind these cartoons?

This show on Netflix is so scary that is compared to The Haunting of Hill House

Netflix is a platform that is here to stay and has been leaving us completely amazed with its original movies and series. Recently, a new show was released and, due to its high level of horror is compared to The Haunting of Hill House, which is one of the most successful scary series.

The series is called: Typewriter and it’s not that known but it definitely has a huge potential to scare you.

Typewriter, is an indian horror series by director and producer, Sujoy Ghosh. The plot focuses on a haunted house and a book which catch the attention of a group of young students who aspire to be ghost hunters.

It all started when a family moved into a house that was abandoned for a long time. This caused the property to release a huge darkness and unleash chilling mysteries as well as provoking the loss of many lives in town. Only three friends know the truth and are willing to face any danger in order to prove that the evil comes from the house.

According to some reviews from users, the series seems to be a combination between Stranger Things and Scooby Doo, but with a gloomy environment that will make you not wanting to watch it with the lights off.

The season contains lots of tension and chills that will make you jump off the couch and also due to the unexpectedly sounds that can be heard through the episodes. From this series, you can expect all types of scary moments.

The season has only 5 episodes that lasts an hour each and there’s no doubt the series is worth to watch and enjoy at home while in quarantine.

Fans are already looking forward for the second season. They have been constantly demanding to Sujoy Ghosh for more episodes through social media.

As every series, there’s always some negative comments. However there were more reviews with positive comments about the series and many people ended up surprised with how terrifying Typewriter actually is.

Did you already watch Typewriter?

“Haunters: Art Of The Scare” is the documentary series you need to watch on Netflix!

In the world there are people who share a great passion for horror, for the creatures that make us all afraid and of course, for the haunted houses and the documentary series Haunters: The Art of The Scare is in charge of compiling the best and most terrifying experiences in existence and you can see it on Netflix!

In this series, we share different attractions created only to surprise people with a long and scary journey. Get ready to be immersed in the subculture of people dedicated to the creation of haunted houses.

The attractions you will see are extremely special because they are built with a surprising degree of complexity, creativity and a lot of horror. The dedication is so great that many people invest in the construction of these attractions, that they even recognize it as a second job.

In this series, you will also get insights about the famous McKamey’s Haunted House which has been proclaimed as the mother of Haunted houses for its extreme tour. The staff takes several Skype calls and questions the prospects, asking questions such as their deepest fear and their health and physical state.

Even though this haunted house has proven to make the bravest of all scream out of fear, people still feel like they need to prove their bravery and McKamey’s is the place to do so.

Most of the haunted house owners that are interviewed in this series, actually have a full time normal job such as legal assistants or sellers, however they all agree that the art of scaring people is their true passion and serves as a way to escape from the uptight world we all live in.

People share their thoughts about haunted houses and what it means for them saying that the haunted attraction is one of the most sophisticated art forms that you’ll ever experience, from visual to sensory. What makes a great haunter is, they are obsessed about it and once you begin to scare someone, you just cant stop.

“A heart-warming and heart-stopping documentary about people who sacrifice everything to create the most popular and polarizing haunted houses for Halloween – from boo-scare mazes to a controversial new subculture of extreme terror experiences.

Have you even been inside a Haunted House before?