17 terrifying creepypastas that are guaranteed to keep you up at night
that just having someone meeting a quick and unfortunate fate does not an interesting story make. . The basic story concerns Jeff, a serial killer who hides in the closet captures the message "be careful what you wish for," Smile Dog is it. on an old bulletin board system back in called elecciones2013.info An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works. I first met in person with Mary E. in the summer of Neither elecciones2013.info nor elecciones2013.info is mentioned anywhere on Wikipedia, though the.
InWeier was sentenced to 25 years in a mental institution, while her accomplice Geyser was sentenced to 40 years in a mental hospital in A post shared by Nicky burialshroud on Mar 6, at Like those who nostalgically recall the adventures of Dora the Explorer, Mister Rogers, and Sesame Street, some adults rediscovered their favorite show from the s, Candle Cove, on a television forum in this creepypasta.
Slowly, their memories of the show grow darker and more disturbing until one of the adults asks his mother about the true nature of the show. The forum format of the story adds a spooky realism to the tale, also making it easy to recreate and share on other boards. If you find this story particularly compelling, watch the first season of the Syfy original series Channel Zerowhich is based off this creepypasta.
The myths surrounding him vary, especially since it became so popular on the internet. The doll was given to artist Robert Eugene Otto in the late s or early s by a servant working in his family home. The doll, which he named after himself, then took on a life of its own and began to terrorize the family.
Otto is said to have kept his doll into adulthood and it subsequently tormented his late wife to insanity. When the doll was found by another family, the girl to whom it was given was terrified of it and refused to have it in her room. Visitors must ask Robert politely if they want to take his photo. If they mock him or take his photo without permission, Robert is said to lay a curse on them. A post shared by Only Stupid Answers onlystupidanswers on Aug 15, at The story follows a teenager who goes down to Alabama to be with his extended family.
While he, his cousins, and their friends are camping out in the woods, they see a strange figure — the Goatman — jerking and spouting gibberish as it follows them. They spend the rest of the night in fear as the Goatman slowly infiltrates the group, terrorizing the teens into a frenzied state of paranoia.
This mix of pre-existing lore and new narrative is not rare for creepypastas, but it's the strength of the writing that really makes this particular story worth sharing. I decided I was going to give you the floppy diskette. I did not care if Smile. You were a stranger, someone I had no connection with, and I thought I would not feel sorrow when you took the diskette as part of your research and sealed your fate.
Before you arrived I realized what I was doing: I could not stand the thought, and in fact I still cannot. I am ashamed, Mr.
You may in time encounter someone who is, if not weaker than I, then wholly more depraved, someone who will not hesitate to follow Smile. Stop while you are still whole. Terence contacted me later that month with the news that his wife had killed herself.
The part that most disturbed him, however, was how the diskette had hissed as it melted. Like some sort of animal, he said.
I will admit that I was a little uncertain about how to respond to this. At first I thought perhaps it was a joke, with the couple belatedly playing with the situation in order to get a rise out of me. There was, of course, no mention of suicide in the article. I decided that, for a time at least, I would not further pursue the subject of smile. But the world has odd ways of testing us.
I have saw it it is not as bad as every one says I have sent it to you here. Just spreading the word. The final line chilled me to the bone.
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According to my email client there was one file attachment called, naturally, smile. I considered downloading it for some time.
After all, how could a simple image do what smile. And if such things were patently absurd, then why did the legend exist at all? If I downloaded the image, if I looked at it, and if Mary turned out to be correct, if Smile.
Would I live my life as Mary had, fighting against the urge to give in until I died? Or would I simply spread the word, eager to be put to rest?
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And if I chose the latter route, how could I do it? Whom would I burden in turn? If I went through with my earlier intention to write a short article about smile. And anyone who read the article, anyone who took interest, would be affected.