Do you have any Phobia's?, below is a short list of very common Phobias some Cachers suffer from, especially #1.
This little journey in the Dark will stir up some of these fears along the way, now is your chance to overcome those Fears, AKA Phobias!
#1)ICONOPHOBIA - The fear of any icon for a cache type other than Traditional, ie: mystery, Multi, letterbox, cachers shutter at the thought of trying anything that may take more effort, or skills to solve a simple instruction, they ignore these cache types, as the fear is just to much to handle, easily cured with a little guidance.
#2)Achluophobia- Fear of darkness.
The fear of the dark is a common fear among children and to a varying degree is observed for adults. Fear of the dark is usually not fear of the darkness itself, but fear of possible or imagined dangers concealed by the darkness. Some degree of fear of the dark is natural, When fear of the dark reaches a degree that is severe enough to be considered pathological, it is sometimes called nyctophobia.
Some researchers, beginning with Sigmund Freud, consider the fear of the dark as a manifestation of separation anxiety disorder.
#3) Aeroacrophobia- Fear of open high places
It is different from aerophobia, or fear of flying, as well as other similar specific phobias, because this fear is more generalized. Depending on the phobia's severity, an acrophobic person may equally fear being on a high floor of a building, climbing a ladder and any other activity that involves being at height. Emotionally and physically, the response to acrophobia is similar to the response to any other phobia. You may begin to shake, sweat, experience heart palpitations and even cry or yell out. You may feel terrified and paralyzed. It might become difficult to think.
#4) Arachnophobia - the fear of spiders and other arachnids.
The reactions of arachnophobics often seem irrational to others (and sometimes to the sufferers themselves). People with arachnophobia tend to feel uneasy in any area they believe could harbor spiders or that has visible signs of their presence, such as webs. If arachnophobics see a spider they may not enter the general vicinity until they have overcome the panic attack that is often associated with their phobia. In some extreme cases, even a picture or a realistic drawing of a spider can also trigger fear. Arachnophobics may feel humiliated if such episodes occur in a social setting.
Use your Torch at the posted coords to find the first clue, that will direct you on your path of little lights seen only at night, and don't go alone!
I left an FTF Prize and a TB for the brave FTF'er to overcome there Phobias, good luck and have fun!