The Walking Dead releases ASMR video of walkers and it isn’t for everyone

The Walking Dead created an ASMR video of walker noises and you need to check this out.

Someone or some team from The Walking Dead has created an ASMR video and is the right mix of creepy and soothing. It might not be for everyone but this writer is still listening and watching this video and I find it so satisfying.

ASMR, stands for autonomous sensory meridian response. It is a feeling of euphoric tingling and relaxation that one experiences when they hear certain sounds or watch certain images on a video.  There are many video and audio clips that people use for this sensation. It can be anything from hair brushing to a calm voice speaking words of affirmation or the sound of gentle rain.

Not everyone will experience this sensation but it starts in the back of your skull with a pleasant tingling and then spreads to your limbs making its way through the whole body. It is a relaxing sensation and a lot of people use this when they have insomnia.

The Walking Dead really knows it’s fan base and created this creepy-cool video for those of us who might just be freaks.

Don’t take my word for it watch it here.

For me, the best parts are the walker hands scrapping across the tree, the laughing children, the soothing voice, the growling, and whispering. It is a sensory overload. As creepy as it sounds I can relate to Beta when he tells Alpha, “It’s the only sound I never want to end.” He is referring to the growling of the walkers.

The video is a little over 20 minutes long but the last minute is outstanding and can produce chills. If you can’t watch the whole thing advance to about 20:22 and listen. It is well worth it!

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What did you think of this video? Let us know in the comments or tag us on Twitter. Be sure to catch the season 10 midseason premiere of The Walking Dead on Feb. 23 on AMC.

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