6 Creepy 80s Videos with Illuminati Themes



Laura Branigan’s hit “Self Control” is the epitome of everything 80s, but is also the epitome of everything MK ULTRA: a disturbing story of a MK slave manipulated by an abusive handler. Released in 1984, Self Control rocked disco clubs around the world as ladies wearing big curly hair and shoulder pads danced frenetically with men wearing thick mustaches and majestic mullets. All of these beautiful people sang “I, I live among the creatures of the night” without realizing what it truly meant.



Lionel Richie's hit "Hello" might be short on MK ULTRA imagery but it makes up for it in sheer creepiness...

  

Bonnie Tyler's hit "Total eclipse of the Heart" is so creepy that we're at a loss for words in trying to describe just wtf is going on in the video. 



Billy Idol was the first Punk icon and Illuminati imagery abound in all of his videos, especially in his esoteric hit "Eyes without a Face"...



Kim Carnes gaves us "Bette Davis Eyes" and this super creepy 80's video "Draw of the Cards"... 



Real Life had a hit with "Send me an angel" a creepy take on German fairy tales...



While not a music video, Alyssa Milano's "Teen Steam" workout tape has to be considered super creepy. It even provides a short cameo from 80s heartthrob Corey Haim, a victim of Hollywood pedophilia. But if you were a teenager when it came out, it wasn't creepy at all and provided plenty of workouts....for your hand...





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