Hemophobia. Well, I'm not sure if it's hemophobia or not. I had an accident when I was younger. I fell on a vacuum cleaner(one of them weird standup ones) and tore my whole left knee open. There was blood everywhere, and I've only recently started to get over it. Still, whenever I have to go to the quack to get blood drawn, I start shaking like a leaf. Don't get me wrong. I have no problem watching things on tv or playing bloody video games, nor do I have a problem with bandaging wounds. It's just, when blood is being forced out of my body via a foreign entity, I freeze. Maybe it changed over the years. That's possible too, right?
Ever since I watched "Marble Hornet" I get REALLY nervous when I'm alone in my house - particularly if the lights are off - particularly if I'm moving around with the lights off (i.e., turned off the hall light before going to my dark room to go to bed, etc, as opposed to just going to sleep) - It's getting a little better with time but man I got really freaked out for a while.
I don't have a height phobia - I'm fine if I'm up high and there's a railing of some sort. But if there's no railing I feel nervous to go to the edge just in case I slip or something. And I HATE the feeling of falling - can't go on roller coasters or anything like that.
Acrophobia (fear of heights) is my biggest one. I used to love heights. However, I fell out of a tree when I was younger and even though I don't remember the incident at all, getting onto something high petrifies me.
I am also utterly terrified of mountain lions...their screams freak me out.