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Submechanophobia is the fear of submerged man-made objects, such as propellers or sunken ships.etc.

Submechanophobia is related to Thalassophobia, the fear of the ocean and Aquaphobia, the fear of water itself. People who suffer from this phobia can feel scared when looking at pictures of shipwrecks and submerged planes. People may think they can be sunk into the man made object or any dangerous creatures or dead bodies could pop up in front of them, or that it is haunted by ghosts.

Etymology[edit | edit source]

The name "Submechanophobia" comes from the Latin word "sub" (under), the Greek words "mechané" (machine) and "phóbos" (fear).

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