Horror movies have been streaming for the last month, or to be even fairer, since the first leaf turned yellow and the word "pumpkin spice" appeared.


But what gets the goosebumps raised on the arms? Do you shy away from clowns? Have you avoided all dolls ever since the very first "Child's Play" movie? Has there been a fear of doctors possibly stemming back from "Frankenstein"?

According to a survey by Frontier Bundles,

Here Are The Most Terrifying Movie Monsters By State

Frankenstein: South Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Minnesota, Massachusetts, Maryland, Connecticut, Delaware and Arizona.

Ghostface: From the movie "Scream." Arkansas, Indiana, Idaho, Georgia, Kansas, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.

Chucky: From the movie "Child's Play." The iconic doll was created during the rage of the "Cabbage Patch" doll phase back in the 1980s, to show the evil side of what one's favorite doll could really be. California, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Alabama, and Texas.

The Alien: Florida, Montana, Vermont, Oregon, and Colorado.

Norman Bates: From Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho." Missouri, Ohio, Rhode Island, Hawaii, and Virginia.

Pennywise: From the movie "It". Nebraska, Utah, Iowa, and West Virginia.

Leatherface: Kentucky, Tennessee, and Oklahoma.

Sissy Spacek's Carrie: Michigan and Washington, DC.

Hannibal Lecter: Portrayed by Anthony Hopkins, who plays a respected forensic psychiatrist that is actually a serial killer who eats his victims. This monster is in From the Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal, and Red Dragon. North Dakota and Alaska.

Jack Torrance: Played by Jack Nicholson in "The Shining." Maine.

Dracula: Wyoming.

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