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The Heartbreaking Reason Corpse Husband Won't Reveal His Face

Corpse Husband may be finding a whole new audience playing Among Us these days, but the mysterious YouTuber has been well known in internet horror circles for years. According to Fandom, he has "one of the most popular horror narration channels on YouTube." His deep, distinct voice is a good fit for the creepy and disturbing stories he sometimes reads for his viewers.

There is one thing about Corpse Husband, however, that very few people have ever gotten to see: his face. Even when being interviewed in person, Corpse Husband has gone the extra mile to wear a mask and obscure his identity. Now fans have an idea of why Corpse Husband goes to great lengths to remain hidden from the world. Sadly, it's not only because he wishes to remain anonymous. There's more to it than that.

During an Instagram Q&A, one of Corpse Husband's fans asked him, "What's the main reason why you won't be doing face reveal?" Corpse's answer to the question uncovered a lot more about the YouTuber than most previously knew. "Realistically, it'll happen, inevitably against my will," Corpse said. "A lot of people think it's like a business thing or a gimmick. I just deeply f—ing hate my face, and people's expectations at this point are ridiculous and unachievable."

According to Sportskeeda, Corpse Husband went on to talk about the struggles he faces with self harm. He reportedly admitted to those listening that, at times, he's engaged in it mere moments before going live. Following Corpse's Q&A session, some fans rallied to show their support for him on Twitter. By talking about the issues he faces, some believe, Corpse Husband can reduce some of the stigma around those topics.

It's not entirely clear what Corpse Husband will do following these revelations. The YouTuber has gone a few weeks without a new upload, so it's possible Corpse is already in the midst of taking a break to work some things out. Some fans may relate to some of the feelings he shared; with that in mind, they may feel comforted by the fact Corpse was willing to be so open about what he's been going through. It seems all but certain those same fans will have Corpse Husband's back should he have more to reveal in the future.

If you or someone that you know is struggling with mental illness, call the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's national helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357), visit the National Institute of Mental Health online at nimh.nih.gov, or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.