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  • SunnySlenderHopkins

    new here

    May 16, 2019 by SunnySlenderHopkins

    i'm new here and I've never posted anything here soo can someone help? like i'm new to this and i'm on my computer so can someone help me? like how does the site work? thank you for reading if you did :p

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  • KrazyKreeping

    Just Us and The Trees— https://creepypasta.fandom.com/wiki/Just_Us_and_the_Trees

    Synopsis— A father and son’s seemingly innocent trip to the beach becomes far more sinister as the story progresses.

    Be sure to read and comment, and even if you didn’t like it that much tell me what you didn’t like about it and leave some constructive criticisms! Thank you for your time.

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  • EtherBot

    In-depth spoilers for Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs


    Amnesia: The Dark Descent is a surival horror adventure game developed by Frictional Games for the HPL Engine. As you weave your way through the mysterious, crumbling walls of Brennenburg Castle, you are slowly made aware of your player character's dark past. Your practices, consisting of torture and strange alchemy, kidnapping villagers, and murdering innocents, loop backwards into a story of unknowable forces hunting you down and shadows crawling up the walls, after you come into possession of a strange stone orb in an ancient temple.


    That stone orb represents the first major thread of Amnesia's meaning: accidental or perhaps well intentioned mistakes, or sins,…



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  • EtherBot

    I'm a fan of finding terror in places you don't expect it.

    Spoilers for The Time Machine

    The Time Machine, by H.G. Wells, is a beloved sci-fi adventure story following the accounts of an inventor trapped in the far-flung future, and his efforts to decipher the nature of the two eventual evolutions of humanity, divided into the tranquil teddy bear like Eloi, simpleminded humanoids living carefree on the surface, and the Morlocks, a subterranian monster race stalking an intricate web of steel tunnels below the surface...

    What is essentially a delightful time travel story builds up to a climax wherein the Time Traveler managed to daringly escape back to his Time Machine. Then proceeds to undermine the entire story by having said Time Traveler, d…

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  • RedNovaTyrant

    Thought I'd start making use of this blog feature and try to do something each week, since I only write creepypastas when I actually have an idea. And I guess I’ll stick with the title A Look Back, since writing about something you’ve done is still technically in the past – just not very far. We’ll see how this goes.

    Okay, opening exposition done. You’re here for Doom talk. If you’ve had the displeasure of knowing me recently, I’ve been ranting and raving once again about this game. I only got around to playing it this past year finally, and I beat it over the course of a weekend. So, how was Doom 2016? It was one of the best games I’ve ever played.

    If you somehow don’t know what Doom is, here’s the premise: badass space marine wakes up from h…

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  • EtherBot

    Hey guys, I have some spooks if you guys wouldn't mind me sharing them. I needed some major time away to reorganize and now I'm in a much better head space.

    If you were keeping up with me before, I'm still writing that NoEnd House remake. It's taking a very different direction than the original story but I think it's a good compromise.

    I have some stories cooking right now, those should be around pretty soon.

    I have some smaller projects! A rewrite of stories from Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, a dream diary, and more. Experimenting with different styles of expression.

    Of course I'm still rambly and fond of analyzing things. I've got a few discussions of horror in the works, including something about nightmarish horror and television logo …

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  • Helel ben Shahaar

    To my knowledge, no admin before me has attempted such profane and dangerous action: to interview a girl. But I attempted, and I paid the price, for the interview took 4 days to complete (hence me being late).

    But twas worth it, for now, I fetch thee words of none other than SoDaft Potato, also known as Overlord, a lass responsible for pearls such as New Friends and I Laughed at a Funeral.

    So without further ado-


    Helel ben Shahaar: First and foremost, why not tell us something about yourself?

    SoDaft Potato: First off, I hate snow but live in a place where the snow never seems to stop for five minutes during the winter. Ironic, isn't it? Thank goodness it's spring. That's another thing. I love spring; it's my second-favorite season, behind fall. T…

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  • PrenatalCranialDeformation

    The Pale Creature now has been updated to be a better story. Jon is now more of an articulate character, the roommate bit is now gone, and plot holes have been patched up.



    You can visit the updated page here.



    Don't let the bed bugs bite. --PrenatalCranialDeformation (talk) 15:19, May 9, 2019 (UTC)

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  • PrenatalCranialDeformation

    Not that anybody cares much, I'm working on a new Pasta right now. I've been in sort of a writing mood, so I decided to take advantage of it. The working title for right now is, 'Necropedophilia'. It's not really in any stage right now, so for right now it's just a concept. Expect this weekend or so.




    -- PCD

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  • RedNovaTyrant

    Flashback to 2008. I’m in fourth grade. The teacher gives all of us the monthly Book Orders (remember those?), and being the avid young reader I was, I carefully investigate each offer, as my parents always allowed me one book per order. As I scanned those flimsy yet colourful pages, my eye was caught by one cover in particular – Goosebumps Horrorland #1: Revenge of the Living Dummy.

    For the next few years, that franchise made up a good amount of my childhood, and really set up my love for scary stories, regardless of just how “scary” Goosebumps books were. So today, I decided to talk about this series that I loved ever so much, because why not? (Also there will be spoilers of course because, let’s face it, the series is over a decade old, an…

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