Glaucophobia (from Latin glauco, "grey") is fear of the color grey. This color phobia is often caused by experiences during the storm, since storm clouds are grey (sometimes darkish blue or green depending on the way light scatters through the cloud), and by simply growing old to have grey hair. So glaucophobics would avoid be in that trigger and other objects that are grey like storm clouds, grey animals, black and white pictures (sometimes light looks grey in them), and dust bunnies (balls of dusk you get from not cleaning enough under things like beds).

Glaucophobia is most commonly suffered by the elderly than any other age groups.

Color phobias
Erythrophobia (fear of red) · Cyanophobia (fear of blue) · Xanthophobia (fear of yellow) · Prasinophobia (fear of green) · Chrysophobia (fear of orange) · Porphyrophobia (fear of purple) · Rhodophobia (fear of pink) · Kastanophobia (fear of brown) · Persicophobia (fear of peach) · Glaucophobia (fear of gray) · Melanophobia (fear of black) · Leukophobia (fear of white)
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