Trek’s Creepiest Villains

StarTrek.com recently took to Twitter and Facebook to ask fans the following question: "Which Star Trek villains were the creepiest, and why?" Here are a few of our favorite responses:

Twitter:

@Sepulcher67 wrote: "Still going with the "salt monster." That costume is just downright frightening. Even after all these years."

@RachaelMunns wrote: "The Platonians in "Plato's Stepchildren," sadistic race of humanoids that use telekinesis to bend the wills of those around them, scary af."

@Dartron44O wrote: "I know there where a lot of creepy ones. But the Borg bugged me out the most. The whole mechanical humanoid, just…. uhhhhgh"

@Eric_Hanke wrote: "Gorgan from "And the Children Shall Lead." He used and manipulated children to help him kill people."

Facebook:

Marley Mcleay wrote: "Oh, has to be that nest of crawly things in TNG's "Conspiracy" found in Remmick's neck."

Daniel Doodle wrote: "Tribbles. Everyone thinks they're so damn cute… but they're up to something. Nothing is that cute and not be evil!!!"

Rob Marsh wrote: "The Ceti Eel. Because it enters through the ear and wraps itself around the cerebral cortex. Later… as they grow… follows madness…. and death."

And what’s YOUR answer?

Original Article

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.