Analysis Of Saved By The Bell: Taphophobia

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Phobia quarter 1 essay by: Lester Garrett Chhh! Clump! Chhhh! Clump! Chh! Clump! To some, nothing is scarier than hearing those heavily muffled sounds from the inside of a pitch black, padded, wooden box while desperately screaming for help. If this sounds like something from your darkest, scariest, nightmares, then you are one of the many people who suffer from Taphophobia, the fear of being buried alive. Taphophobia is a fear that was more common before we had advanced medical devices. The reason this was so is because, it was more likely you were to be presumed dead, when you were in a coma like state, where you had no pulse. The phrase “Saved by the Bell,” was created when bells were installed into coffins as a signal if you were
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