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NoEnd House is scary
There go my dreams
I just read The Dionaea House, I wasn’t scary. Just wanted to share this because everyone was talking about how mentally scarring the story was, and I can’t relate.
I don’t mean to insult anyone by saying this, specifically the author, but it didn’t live up to the fear factor people were talking about.
Which story actually scared you?
Have you ever felt uncomfortable or paranoid after finishing a story? I’d have to say the one that made me uncomfortable was The No Through Tunnel.
Slender man: slowly will make you insane
Jeff the Killer: Kitchen knife
Jane the Killer: Mainly uses a kitchen knife but is said to use other weapons on different occasions
Homicidal Liu: Any weapon/bare hands
Nina the Killer: Kitchen knife
Bloody Painter: any sharp object/knife
Zero: Sludge hammer
Puppeteer: that yellow string stuff coming out of his hands
Hobo Heart: Bare hands
Judge Angels: Sword
Nurse Ann: Chainsaw
L. Jill: Chainsaw/claw like hands
L. Jack: Claw like hands/anything around him
Eyeless Jack: surgical tools/claw like hands/sharp teeth
Sally: she’ll warn you with scratches then if you don’t get the message she’ll full on attack you with anything near her
BEN Drowned: Drags you into the game then tears you apart
Lulu: Drugs/sharp claws
Ticci Toby: Hatchets
Clockwork: Identical knives/anything around her
B.O.B: sharp toenails
Kate the Chaser: Bare hands
Wilson the Basher: Baseball bat
Rouge the Prowler: Gloves reenforced with metal claws
Zalgo: he’ll just slowly torture you while he makes your life terrible
Candypop: bare hands/manipulation
Smile Dog: smile dog picture
Grinny Cat: Teeth/claws
Cartoon Cat: Bare hands/teeth
Siren Head: Sirens
Light Head: Lights/bare hands
Dr. Smiley: Surgical tools
The Rake: Claw like hands/messing with minds
I might have not covered every single one so please don’t hate me😓
There was a lost game Creepypasta where, in the game, a monster would keep you from leaving the virtual town. In order to leave, the player had to bully the monster until he killed himself. Does this sound familiar? I just want to know if it was real, or something I dreamt once.
I don’t get it.
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The Myth About 3AM
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I’m not too good with introductions, so I really don’t have anything to say about myself. However, as for the list, I definitely recommend that you go check these stories out yourself (if you haven’t already since Creepypastas are dead) and come back to the list, and I won’t be spoiling any of the endings to any of these stories either. Also, I’ll be excluding long Creepypastas, as I’m trying to keep the list short and simple, so classics like “Penpal” or “The Story Of Her Holding an Orange” won’t be on the list. Now with that terrible introduction aside, let’s begin the list.
Kicking off the list is the underrated story about an officer who is tasked to go investigate an old two-storied house after an old, crippled lady in a wheelchair makes a call after discovering her caretaker was brutally murdered on the 1st floor right below her. The officer then proceeds to enter the building and investigate the house, and everything seems to be pretty organized, empty, and clean on the 1st floor, so the officer decides to start heading towards the 2nd, and after investigating, he comes to a shocking realization that he completely overlooked the last time he made an investigation at the lady’s house.
Portraits is the classic, short story that any long time Creepypasta viewer has seen or heard of at least once, as it’s sort of popular on the site. However, that doesn’t make it the anymore incredible, as it follows the premise of a hunter who gets lost in the woods, trying to find some place to rest after noticing how dark it has gotten, and fortunately or “unfortunately”, stumbles across a tiny cabin with the door hanging wide open. The hunter enters, and nobody was inside, so he began to lie down on one of the single beds, until he starts to notice something incredibly off with the cabin.
8. A Story To Scare My Son
One night, a single father and his son are in their house relaxing, until the father decides to have a chat with his son about online safety. Promising to make the story extra spooky, since his previous stories were regarded by the son as “cheesy”, the son starts to tuck in and the father begins telling him the story about the hazards of giving other strangers your personal information, and let me tell you, it gets very intense. Definitely one of my favorites on this list.
7. You Promised
“You Promised” is sort of an unknown story that many users on this site probably haven’t ever read or even heard about. It’s a really short and straightforward tale about trust, but it’s one that can throw you off pretty easy during the end of it, and the suspense and build up lead to a pretty satisfying conclusion that makes such a simple concept for a story work.
This story takes a more realistic approach, as any of it can happen in real life. There’s been 10 or 7 so realistic cases of this phenomenon occurring. As for the story, the main character is following one of his typical morning routines until he goes to a meeting and realizes he forgot to bring his phone, and left it lying on the kitchen counter. It’s a pretty dark ending, and you should certainly click the link to check it out if you haven’t already.
5. A Package Marked “Return To Sender”
The internet plays a big part in society today, and can change lives by the minute, so this story decides to take more of a creative and horrifying approach with it, and it’s gold. Our protagonist lives with an annoying neighbor who makes over the top content for YouTube popularity, so one day when the neighbor tells him that he’ll be out for a couple of weeks, and requests that he watches for any mail or packages that appear on his doorstep, the main character agrees, grateful that he’ll be gone for a while and he’ll get some peace, thus the true horror begins to kick off.
This story like “Portraits”, is another old classic that’s aged really well and is the perfect bedtime or road trip story. However, the darker approach and fantastic suspense puts it higher than “portraits” in my opinion, and it has probably the best cliffhanger on this whole list. Certainly one of my favorites
3. Pale Luna
“Pale Luna”, is an urban legend of a computer-based text game from the 80’s that rarely ever left the San Francisco Bay area. The game was widely received as being nothing more than a buggy trash heap by most people who played it, as if you answered a choice that the game didn’t align with, the game would crash and have to reboot it, so one person by the name of “Michael Nevins” decided to explorer the hidden secrets behind the game and what happens when you beat it, and that’s when the eeriness ensues.
Okay, you definitely saw this story coming if you’re a long time fan of Creepypastas. It’s definitely a masterpiece of a short tale that hits perfect during the end. There’s clues all throughout the story too that builds up towards the twist, and it’s just fantastic pay off. When I was making this list, it was the perfect candidate for the number 1 spot, but... after a bit of thinking, I decided to push it back to the second, as there’s just one more story I find to be overall a little more creepier, but I’d say this one is definitely the most shocking.
1. String Theory
This pasta is definitely one of the more psychological out of the bunch on this list, and it explorers the theory of invisible point-like particles called “strings” that are attached to every single person on the planet, and stretch past the boundaries of our universe and into other dimensions controlled by different beings. Although the theory doesn’t have much evidence surrounding it, and it’s not that supported, the thought of not being the one controlling your own actions is still pretty horrifying, and it left me kind of invested and intrigued for more stories and ideas regarding this. It’s a very underrated story, that’s incredibly detailed and shocking, thus it gets my number 1 spot.
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Film & Television
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