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'''Spectrophobia''' (from [[Latin]]: ''spectrum'', n. specio, an appearance, form, image of a thing; an apparition, spectre) or '''catoptrophobia''' (from Greek κάτοπτρον ''kátoptron'', "mirror") is a kind of [[specific phobia]] involving a morbid fear of [[mirror]]s, sometimes related to the fear of [[ghosts]] or [[the undead]]. This phobia is distinct from eisoptrophobia, which is the [[Fear processing in the brain|fear]] of one's own reflection.