Okay, so I have many strange-ish fears and I'll do my best to list them all here:
Wide, open spaces. They fucking terrify me. For a long time I thought this was agoraphobia but that's more a fear of being in a situation where you can't escape or being around people; thusly people who suffer from it don't go outside very often. That's not what I have, I don't leave my house cause I'm lazy, not cause I'm afraid. No, wide open spaces freak me the fuck out, it's like the opposite of claustrophobia. If there's a scene in a movie and there's like a wide field, or (God forfuckingbid) the Australian outback I start panicking and freaking out. I feel like I'd be too exposed in wide open spaces and it scares me. Give me a tiny little closet or a cluttered room and I feel safe.
Really deep water. Probably goes hand in hand with wide open spaces, seeing as the ocean is like the widest, most open space on the planet. But it terrifies me to think of all the murky shadowed things that could be lurking down there. And my obsession with cryptozoology does nothing to appease these fears. It was so bad when I was younger that if I were playing a video game and there was a part where the character had to go in water, I couldn't do it, I'd have to get someone else to play that part for me, haha.
Windows. Or more specifically, windows with no curtains/blinds. I have this insane fear that I'm going to look through a window and see someone/something that isn't supposed to be there. And along with this fear, comes another that is kind of related to it. I can't stand being in a room with an open door if I can see a window in another room through that door. I just can't do it, haha.
Corridors and hallways, especially wide ones. I'm afraid that I'm going to turn to start going down a hallway and see someone/something standing there that, again, shouldn't be there (I blame my sister for that; she forced me to watch, among other horror movies, The Shining when I was very young. God damn creepy twins.)
Someone (who isn't supposed to be there) standing in the middle of a room staring at me when I enter it.
Bathrooms. I hate them, really I do. And shower curtains, I hate them. But not as much as I hate glass shower doors; I can't take a shower in a shower that has one of those.
And one of my more I guess, normal fears is being controlled. I can't handle the thought of someone having control of me.
So yeah, I think that's enough. That's all I can think of for now. ^.^