The Container Cap Test by Frank Walker, A.S.M.R. Z.M.D.
Once again you find yourself participating in a test you don’t remember ever volunteering for administered by none other than Arkham Sanitarium’s own Frank Walker, resident Zombie Medical Doctor of the undead. Frank employs an assortment of containers with their caps & lids to create a variety of sounds pleasing to your ears in order to help you relax, sleep, experience A.S.M.R., and of course to continue helping with The Harvest.
00:02:13 Test #1: Plastic pill bottle with plastic cap
00:06:37 Test #2: Plastic vitamin bottle with plastic cap
00:10:56 Test #3: Glass worcestershire bottle with plastic cap
00:14:30 Test #4: Filled plastic critter drinking bottle with plastic cap
00:18:07 Test #5: Filled plastic rubbing alcohol bottle with plastic cap
00:22:16 Test #6: Empty glass jar with metal lid
00:26:25 Test #7: Filled glass jar with metal lid
00:30:52 Test #8: Filled glass jar with metal lid
00:35:48 Test #9: Empty glass soda bottle with metal cap
00:38:30 Test #10: Filled glass soda bottle with metal cap
00:41:44 Test #11: Filled plastic water bottle with plastic cap
00:44:33 Test #12: Filled plastic beverage bottle with plastic cap
00:48:47 Test #13: Filled juice carton with plastic cap
00:52:23 Test #14: Filled plastic beverage bottle with plastic cap
00:56:06 Test #15: Empty plastic juice container with plastic cap
00:58:50 Test #16: Filled plastic milk jug with plastic cap
01:13:15 Test #17: Partially filled plastic gasoline canister with plastic cap
– Fade-out at the end
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What is ASMR? It is both a sensation and a medium.
ASMR stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response and is the current, non-scientific name given to the feeling characterized as a pleasurable tingling sensation felt in the head, scalp, back and other regions of the body in response to visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, and/or cognitive stimuli, such as crinkling bags, hand movements, whispering, personal attention or watching someone perform a task. It’s like goosebumps, but much more pleasant.
ASMR videos are meant to intentionally help induce this sensation, also referred to as “tingles”, but also provide a relaxing, calming, soothing, therapeutic and even entertaining experience for the viewer.
Many people who do not experience ASMR still enjoy the videos for their calming and sleepy effect.