Scary may refer to:

  • Scary, West Virginia, U.S.
  • Scary, in J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, a village in the Shire
  • "Scary", a song by Britney Spears from Femme Fatale


  • Scary Spice, Melanie Brown, English singer, member of Spice Girls
  • Scary Sherri, Sherri Martel, American professional wrestler
  • The Scary Guy, American motivational speaker
  • Little Miss Scary, a Little Miss character

Other articles related to "scary":

Scary Movie (film Series) - Box Office
... Box office ranking Budget United States Outside US Worldwide All time US All time worldwide Scary Movie July 7, 2000 $157,019,771 $121,000,000 $278,019,771 #221 #326 $19,000,000 Scary ...
Scary Cow Productions
... Scary Cow (Scary Cow, the indie film co-op) is a community-based independent film production cooperative in San Francisco ...
Scary Chicken - External Links
... Cevin Soling Crimson Lights RJ Films - Far East Scary Chicken at CD Baby The 7-10 Splits at CD Baby Scary Chicken at Allmusic Scary Chicken at Allmusic ...
Scary Chicken
... Scary Chicken is a Buffalo, NY based band that was active from 1989-2002 ... members are Tim Bryant (guitar, Vocals), Tom Greier (guitar, Vocals), Paul Zacks (bass), Dan "Scary" Braun (drums) ... Formed in 1989, Scary Chicken passed through the Buffalo college circuit and its growing club scene, to become one of the area’s most popular alternative bands ...
Scary, West Virginia - History
... US Civil War, the area that would become Scary, West Virginia was the site of the first Confederate victory in Kanawha Valley, on July 17, 1861 ...

Famous quotes containing the word scary:

    Every generation rewrites the past. In easy times history is more or less of an ornamental art, but in times of danger we are driven to the written record by a pressing need to find answers to the riddles of today.... In times of change and danger when there is a quicksand of fear under men’s reasoning, a sense of continuity with generations gone before can stretch like a lifeline across the scary present and get us past that idiot delusion of the exceptional Now that blocks good thinking.
    John Dos Passos (1896–1970)